The Settlement Period

1880 - 1913

Documents the origins of the community through to the beginning of the first world war.

Business & Public Affairs

1898 - List of Electors - Manitou (1898)

A listing of the electors resident in Manitou in 1898.

    1902 Lisgar Voter's List - Polling Station #40 (1895)

    Consisting of the list of electors resident in the Rural Municipality of Pembina in 1902.

      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.

        AD-Darlingford_Darlingford Town Scenes (1900)

        A collection of photos from the Darlingford School Heritage Museum emphasizing architecture and community activities.

          Alex Cochrane - Manitou Entrepreneur (1900)

          Alex Cochrane was a successful businessman in Manitou in the early 1900s.

            Archibald Methodist Church - Session Minutes 1881-1886 (1881)

            Describe the formation of the church and its early development in the community of Archibald, Manitoba.

              Arni Sveinsson Published Articles (1913)

              Icelandic Canadian Diarist Arni Sveinsson lived in the Frey District south of Glenboro, Manitoba during the settlement period. This collection of documents was published by several publishing houses between 1910 and 1920.

                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.

                    Beygrau Paul T & Luther Burbank In Memorium (1920)

                    Beygrau, in later life, worked with Luther Burbank in his gardens. Their friendship led to Beygrau managing the development of Burbank's Gardens after Burbank's death.

                    Document from the Sonoma County Library.

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