Manitou Mercury - 1898-09-29 (1898)

An issue of the Manitou Mercury newspaper.

PMA_2012_002198

  • References to Swan Lake, McKenzie, La Rivière and Snowflake.
Manitou Mercury - 1898-10-06 (1898)

An issue of the Manitou Mercury newspaper.

PMA_2012_002199

  • References to Snowflake and McKenzie.
Manitou Mercury - 1898-10-13 (1898)

An issue of the Manitou Mercury newspaper.

PMA_2012_002200

  • References to Pembina, Altamont, Kingsley, La Rivière and Snowflake.
Manitou Mercury - 1898-10-20 (1898)

An issue of the Manitou Mercury newspaper.

PMA_2012_002201

  • References to Snowflake and Altamont.
Manitou Mercury - 1898-10-27 (1898)

An issue of the Manitou Mercury newspaper.

PMA_2012_002202

  • References to McKenzie, Snowflake, Altamont and La Rivière.
Manitou Mercury - 1898-11-03 (1898)

An issue of the Manitou Mercury newspaper.

PMA_2012_002203

  • References to Calf Mountain, Altamont and La Rivière.
Manitou Mercury - 1898-11-10 (1898)

An issue of the Manitou Mercury newspaper.

PMA_2012_002204

  • References to Pembina, Snowflake, McKenzie and Altamont.
Manitou Mercury - 1898-11-17 (1898)

An issue of the Manitou Mercury newspaper.

PMA_2012_002205

  • References to Calf Mountain, Snowflake and La Rivière.
Manitou Mercury - 1898-11-24 (1898)

An issue of the Manitou Mercury newspaper.

PMA_2012_002206

  • References to Pembina, McKenzie and Altamont.
Manitou Mercury - 1898-12-01 (1898)

An issue of the Manitou Mercury newspaper.

PMA_2012_002207

  • References to Kingsley, McKenzie, Mowbray and Snowflake.
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Manitou's First Newspaper - 1884. Its editor, frustrated with the slow progress on the railline, loaded up his printing press in Pilot mound, where he had published the Signal for three years, and moved the newspaper to Manitou, the terminus of the rail line. Credit: Manitoba Legislative Library Collection