Post World War II Growth

1946 - 1960

Following the second world war, a new period of affluence and focus on the family led to a new building boom in the area.

Community Histories

1: The Pembina Manitou Archive: A Community-Based Educational Resource (2012)

This essay describes the purpose and the initial development of the Pembina Manitou Archive.

    Archibald District History (1880)

    A selection of photographs, memoirs, and historical sketches concerning the Archibald Methodist (United) Church, the Archibld School District, and its early settlers in Southern Manitoba.

      Archibald Methodist Church - A Historical Sketch (1880)

      A collection of documents and photographs collected at the time of the dedication of the restored church at Archibald Historical Museum.

        Atkins, Kay - Memories (1920)

        One of a series of intervews of Manitou community elders compiled by Bette Mueller.

        This one features Kay Atkins.

          Available On Line - Manitoba's Newspapers (1880)

          This is a listing of all Manitoba newspaper which we currently are aware are available online. We will pdate the listing as we become aware of changes.

            Barclay School Reunion & Historical Notes (1880)

            News articles and speech texts prepared for delivery at the Barclay School Reunion.

              Barclay School Reunion Documents (1880)

              A collection of photos and documents collected at the time of the Barclay School Reunion.

                Bird, Dorothy - Memories (1920)

                One of a series of intervews of Manitou community elders compiled by Bette Mueller.

                This one features Dorothy Bird.

                  Brick, Myrtle - Memories (1920)

                  One of a series of intervews of Manitou community elders compiled by Bette Mueller.

                  This one features Myrtle Brick.

                    Darlinfdord School Heritage Museum Accession Files - Part 18 (1880)

                    Contains a listing of the collection items at the museum, accession numbers, description of items, and occaional photographs.

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