Archibald

Archibald

Community Histories

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.

    Archibald Homesteaders (1880)

    A list of those who first registered homesteads in the Archibald (4-9) district.

      Archibald Methodist Church - Historical Sketches (1880)

      Photographs and documents regarding the Archibald Methodist Church.

        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.

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

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

            Manitoba's Diamond Jubilee - 1930 Commemorative Booklet (1880)

            A commemorative booklet which features photos of legislative officials over the past 60 years, comments on provincial development, and photos of regional interest.

              Manitou (Archibald) Cemetery Files 2015 (1883)

              This file, updated to summer of 2015, contains records in the posession of the Municipality of Pembina along with information displayed on the grave markers in the Cemetery.

                Manitou - Archibald Post Marks (1880)

                Bob Lane contacted the Archibald Historical Museum regarding the postmarks found on mail handled by the railways.

                  McClung Houses at Archibald Historical Museum (1880)

                  This article recognizes the importance of the restoration and preservation work undertaken by the Wallcraft Family in order to preserve the Hasselfield Log House and the McClung House. The article includes photos and several brochures produced for distribution to visitors to the houses while they were at the Museum.

                    Mothers' Day - United Church Order of Service 1922 (1922)

                    The 1922 order of service prepared for Mothers' Day by the United Church.

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