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Winnipeg 150: History Exhibit


This exhibit on Winnipeg's unique history includes the themes of an Indigenous city, location, transportation, commerce, municipal government, art, and society. It also highlights resources to explore. Recommended readings lists and books to borrow are adjacent to the display, or check out related book lists here.

Image sources are from the City of Winnipeg Archives, Winnipeg Public Library, Manitoba Museum, Archives of Manitoba/Hudson’s Bay Company Archives and other sources. The display was prepared by City staff at the City Archives, Planning Property and Development Department, Winnipeg Public Library and other contributors.

The exhibit can be viewed until April 28.

Related Info Guide: Local History

Wednesday, April 3, 2024
All Day Event
Reader Services Area
  For Adults  
  Genealogy & Local History  
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