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McClung - Charles Oke Reminiscences

Charles Oke's reminiscences of Nellie McClung as published in the Western Producer.


    McClung - Connections - Writers and the Land - Nellie McClung (1880)

    Featuring Nellie McClung, this article comes from a 1974 collection intended to introduce students to Manitoba authors.


      McClung - Crystal Beach Speaking Engagement - ca 1925 (1920)

      Nellie McClung was a well known speaker across Canada throughout the 1910-40 period. Here is a photo and short report of one such engagement from the 1920's.


        McClung - Farewell Address from the Citizens of Manitou - 1911 (1911)

        A parchment Scroll in calligraphy indicating the gratitude of the Citizens of Manitou for the work of the McClungs during their time in the community. Presented to them at the time of their departure for Winnipeg in 1911.

        The original document can be found in the Royal British Columbia Archive.


          McClung - Florence Mildred Spencer's Scrapbook

          A collection of biograpgical articles concerning Nellie McClung, her daughter in law, Margaret (Horace) nad her grandson Barrie, son of Horace and Margaret.


            McClung - Golden Boys Tour to Manitou (1960)

            A news article of a Golden Boys Tour of the region focusing on Manitou and McClung's life there.


              McClung - Her Honour, Sir, Was not a Woman

              An article discussing the Persons Case.


                McClung - her Wedding Gown (1896)

                An article from the Saskatoon Star-Phoenix concerning the gown McClung wore at her wedding in 1896. 


                  McClung - Historic Resources Branch 1985 (1880)

                  A revision of the 1981 pamphlet documenting the life and legacy of Nellie McClung prepared by the Historic Resources Branch in 1985.


                    McClung - Historical Resources Branch 1981 (1880)

                    A pamphlet on the life and legacy of Nellie McClung prepared by the Historical Resources Branch in 1981.


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