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A history of the Rail Station at Mowbray, Manitoba published in the Winkler Times.
One of the first projects reviewing the architectural heritage of the Pembina Municipality. Although the project was completed in conjunction with Manitoba Heritage, most of the local research was carried out by Bette Mueller.
This collection of documents were gathered as plans were made for the disbursal of the building and effects of the church after the congregation decided to join with St Mary's Kaleida.
A short history of the St Luke's Anglican Church at Pembina Crossing in Southern Manitoba, written bu Felix Kuehn.
A short news article concenring St Luke's Pembina Crossing Anglican Church written by Susan Hiebert.
A collection of documents and photographs collected in association with the 75th Anniversary Celebrations of St Mary's in 1967
ST Mary's Anglican Church is also known as the Winram Memorial Anglican Church.
A collection of letters and photographs collected in association with the celebration of the St. Mary's Anglican Church's Centennial.
Star Mound has been a well known gathering site for centuries and was one of the sites consistently mentioned by the early explorers of Manitoba. On the height of the hiss is a turtle shaped mound. The Star Mound school originally stood below the height of the hill, but was moved to the height by the community to provide a focus for their heritage site.
An early postcard showing Swan Lake MB.