0 - 1880
Includes articles which reflect on the development of the structure of our province, its geological evolution.
Memoirs & Memories
A summary of the Hind Expedition's general report of the journey along the Assiniboine River to Saskatchewan in 1858.
A journal of the Hind Expedition through Manitoba taken in 1858.
This document includes the journal entry ‘Itinerary” version of Henry Youle Hind’s two week long journey from Fort Garry to Fort Ellice via the Souris River, during the summer of 1858. The art work is by John Flemming.
John Fleming was employed as a Provincial Land Surveyor when invited to accompany Professor Henry Youle Hind on his Canadian Red River, Assiniboine and Saskatchewan Exploring Expeditions of 1857‐58, sent to assess the settlement potentials of the Hudson’s Bay Company Rupertsland territories. As the Hind Expedition’s “Assistant Surveyor and Draughtsman” Fleming’s responsibilities included making sketches to be utilized by Hind in his final report. The images in this collection are from among those he completed during this expedition.
A collectuon of works of art painted by Rindisbacher during his time in the west.
A History of the Boundary Commission Trail by Felix Kuehn.
A segment of the Palliser Expedition journal of John Palliser emphasizing the Manitoba componsent of his journey - 1857 - 1859.
A short history of this event.
A memoir of his time in the west.