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184th Battalion - Photo Collection (1914)

Collection of photographs of the 184th and of the installation of the cenotaph in 1921.


    184th Battalion C. E. F. - A History in Pictures (1914)

    A selection of photos and documents outlining the experience of the members of the 184th as they prepared to embark for Europe.


      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.


        Alex Cochrane - Manitou Entrepreneur (1900)

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


          Archibald District History (1880)

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


            Avery's Park, Rock Lake, Manitoba - Postcard (1900)

            Postcard depicting the road down to Avery's Park at Rock Lake, Manitoba. ca 1910.


              Bob Hunt's Cigar Box Guitars

              Bob Hunt, a life long carpenter in the Manitou district, decided, once he retired, to build cigar box guitars. This article introduced his new project to the community.


                Boundary Trails Heritage Region - Signing Ceremony - Photos

                The signing ceremony creating the Boundary Trails Heritage Region in Manitoba took place in Clearwater on June 25, 1993.


                  Boundary Trails Heritage Region - Trail Ride Photos

                  A collection of photos taken of heritage sites and events along the route of the Boundary  Trails Heritage Region Trail from Emerson to the Turtle Mountains.


                    Builder's Certificate - Manitou District 1890 (1890)

                    This certificate was hand drawn by one of the builders of the Storey home north east of Manitou and presented to the new owners by the builders, all of whom signed the document.


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