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Heartland Associates - History, Heritage & Politics

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Kisiskatchewan: The Great River Road

Kisiskatchewan: The Great River Road

This sweeping story brings to life the 1780s across the northern plains, following HBC Inland Governor William Tomison's journals.

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Transforming a Community

Transforming a Community

This is the story of the creation of Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport, which has become a city within a city.

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Ravenscraig

Ravenscraig

Set in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, Ravenscraig reveals the secrets and lies that bind two families. Winner of the prestigious 2012 Carol Shields Award..

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The Home Front

The Home Front

Margaret was just seven when she and the Winnipeg Grenadiers were captured in Hong Kong in 1941. Her story tells how she and her family endured four long years of war while her father languished in a prisoner-of-war camp. Winner of the Manitoba Historical Society award for Popular History in 2012.

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A Monument in Manitoba

A Monument in Manitoba

A Monument shows how the contributions of North American Icelanders to the Icelandic nation in 1911 helped to create bonds that - a century later - are still remarkably strong.

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Much Ado About Squat

Much Ado About Squat

The settlement of Manitoba's Riding Mountain escarpment brought loggers, squatters and homesteaders into conflict. A picture of a family building a new life, it also details a history of arson, theft, assault, cattle rustling and intimidation. Two Manitoba historical awards in 2012.

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Walking Into Wilderness

Walking Into Wilderness

This sweeping history of the crucial land and water trails between Lake Ontario and Georgian Bay won the Ontario Historical Society's Fred Landon Award for Regional History in 2011.

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Dams of Contention

Dams of Contention

This is the story of the construction of two dams on the Souris River system, the long legal battle that accompanied them, and two brothers who lost their land, but changed Canada

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What do you do if you don't Die

What do you do if you don't Die

In less than a decade, Steven Fletcher's remarkable courage and determination have taken him from the scene of a horrific collision with a moose to the Canadian Parliament, the world's first C4 quadriplegic to win a seat in a national legislature.

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Evil of the Age: The Charles St. Clair Chronicles

Evil of the Age: The Charles St. Clair Chronicles

In the sizzling summer of 1871, New Yorkers are talking about only two things - a murdered woman cruelly stuffed into a trunk and Tammany Hall's insidious corruption.

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In Search of Ancient British Columbia

In Search of Ancient British Columbia

A followup to her national bestseller on ancient Alberta, this beautifully designed guide is Huck's site-specific, route-oriented guide to the geology, paleontology and archeology of B.C.

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Battling for a Better Manitoba: A History of the Provincial Liberal Party

Battling for a Better Manitoba: A History of the Provincial Liberal Party

Written by Dr. Jon Gerrard, this is not only the first modern history of the Manitoba Liberal Party, but a sweeping chronicle of the province itself.

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Mozart: Meditations on his life and mysterious death.

Mozart: Meditations on his life and mysterious death.

Dr. Stefan Carter, a vascular specialist at the University of Manitoba Medical School has had a lifelong affection for and affiliation with Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

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A View from the Ledge: An Insider's look at the Schreyer Years

A View from the Ledge: An Insider's look at the Schreyer Years

A View from the Ledge is a pithy insider's view of Manitoba's first NDP government.

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From the Great War to the Global Village: A Window on the World

From the Great War to the Global Village: A Window on the World

This history by the Canadian Institute of International Affairs includes excellent papers on Foreign Affairs by some of the nation's top authorities.

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The Return of the Nonsuch: The ship that launched an empire

The Return of the Nonsuch: The ship that launched an empire

Recreated on the company's 300th anniversary, the Nonsuch was the ship that led to the creation of the Hudson's Bay Company

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Dancing Backwards: A social history of women in Canadian politics

Dancing Backwards: A social history of women in Canadian politics

Heralded as a must-read book, Dancing Backwards is a history of the ground-breaking accomplishments of more than two dozen women in leadership roles in political life in Canada.

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Mistehay Sakahegan-The Great Lake: The beauty and treachery of Lake Winnipeg

Mistehay Sakahegan-The Great Lake: The beauty and treachery of Lake Winnipeg

Widely acclaimed, a history of Canada's other great lake begins with its geology and traces its fascinating history through lives and legends of its people.

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Great Scots! How The Scots Created Canada

Great Scots! How The Scots Created Canada

Finally, a Canadian perspective: national bestseller Great Scots! takes over from How the Scots Invented the Modern World.

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The Canadian Crucible: Manitoba's Role in Canada's Great Divide

The Canadian Crucible: Manitoba's Role in Canada's Great Divide

Canada's great divide? One guess - language. Winner of the 2004 Manitoba Historical Society's Margaret McWilliams Award for Popular History.

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Magical, Mysterious Lake of the Woods

Magical, Mysterious Lake of the Woods

Longing for the Lake? Magical Mysterious Lake of the Woods will drop you into the heart of beautiful, unpredictable Lake of the Woods. Winner of the 2004 Ontario Historical Society's Fred Landon Award for Regional History.

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Crossroads of the Continent: A History of The Forks of the Red & Assiniboine Rivers

Crossroads of the Continent: A History of The Forks of the Red & Assiniboine Rivers

The first popular history of The Forks includes its geology, fur trade and settlement, and the role of The Forks as a continental crossroads for millennia.

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Sacagawea

Sacagawea

In Volume II of Heartland's series about real teens whose lives changed the course of history, sixteen-year-old Sacagawea provided crucial assistance to Meriwether Lewis and William Clark as a guide and interpreter on their seminal journey to the Pacific.

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Exploring the Fur Trade Routes of North America

Exploring the Fur Trade Routes of North America

The third edition of this international bestseller, which covers all the major sites from the St. Lawrence to the Pacific, makes it clear why this has been called 'the best fur trade book in North America'.

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Street of Dreams: The Story of Broadway, Western Canada's First Boulevard

Street of Dreams: The Story of Broadway, Western Canada's First Boulevard

The story of Canada's oldest boulevard is told through its landmark buildings.

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Crossroads of the Continent: A History of The Forks of the Red & Assiniboine Rivers

Crossroads of the Continent: A History of The Forks of the Red & Assiniboine Rivers

The first popular history of The Forks includes its geology, fur trade and settlement, and the role of The Forks as a continental crossroads for millennia.

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Sacagawea

Sacagawea

In Volume II of Heartland's series about real teens whose lives changed the course of history, sixteen-year-old Sacagawea provided crucial assistance to Meriwether Lewis and William Clark as a guide and interpreter on their seminal journey to the Pacific.

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Exploring the Fur Trade Routes of North America

Exploring the Fur Trade Routes of North America

The third edition of this international bestseller, which covers all the major sites from the St. Lawrence to the Pacific, makes it clear why this has been called 'the best fur trade book in North America'.

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Street of Dreams: The Story of Broadway, Western Canada's First Boulevard

Street of Dreams: The Story of Broadway, Western Canada's First Boulevard

The story of Canada's oldest boulevard is told through its landmark buildings.

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Blackships/Thandelthur: Young Heroes of North America Vol1

Blackships/Thandelthur: Young Heroes of North America Vol1

Volume 1 of a series about real teens whose lives and actions changed the course of history in North America

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In Search of Ancient Alberta

In Search of Ancient Alberta

There are few places on Earth where the past is more evident than here, where the plains meet the mountains. This national bestseller takes readers to dozens of sites to study Alberta's geology, paleontology and aercheology.

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