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Mowbray

A border community whose friendships crossed the artificial boundary of the 49th parallel.

Architectural Heritage

AD-Darlingford_Mowbray Windygates Baseball Team 1908 (1900)

This photo of a 1908 Mowbray Windygates baseball team was taken in Darlingford during a tournament.

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    Photos & Art Work

    Guest, Cecil F - Unidentified Scenes and Portraits (1900)

    These images, from glass negatives, are as yet uniden tified, but are believed to be from the Mowbray and McKenzie District.

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      Cemetery Maps/Lists

      Jackson Cemetery (1880)

      Jackson Cemetery, named after a local family, served Mowbray and the district south of the Pembina River.

      To see photos of the grave stones, please click on the CEMETERIES button at the top of the page amd follow the links.

       

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        Museums

        La Riviere Manitou Station on Main Museum - Partnerships with Museums 2021 - La Riviere to Lyleton (1880)

        This monograph is intended to highlight the museum's history, its relationship to the other communities on the line, and pointing out some of the anecdotes from along the line. It was published by the Pembina Manitou Archive and the Boundary Trail National Heritage Region as part of the Partnerships with Museums 2021 project. 

        Financial support was provided by the Government of Manitoba.

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          Memoirs & Memories

          Little White School House - Charyk

          Stories of time spent in small rural schools.

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            Genealogies

            Mowbray - Andrew Johnston Anne Johnston (1880)

            A history of the Johnston family and their lives in the Mowbray District of Southern Manitoba.

            Author: Muriel Kathleen Johnston (nee Finley)

            Editor:  Joyce Jean Johnston (nee Giesbrecht)

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              Community Histories

              La Riviere Manitou Station on Main Museum - Partnerships with Museums 2021 - La Riviere to Lyleton (1880)

              This monograph is intended to highlight the museum's history, its relationship to the other communities on the line, and pointing out some of the anecdotes from along the line. It was published by the Pembina Manitou Archive and the Boundary Trail National Heritage Region as part of the Partnerships with Museums 2021 project. 

              Financial support was provided by the Government of Manitoba.

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                Maps

                Pembina Municipality Section/Township/Range Map - North East quadrant with Index (1880)

                Published in 2000, this map shows all of the rural schools in the Pembina Municipality.

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                  How it looks today




                  Newspapers

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