• Toppling Colonialism: Historians, Genocide, and Missing Indigenous Children

    BY Erin Millions and Mary Jane Logan McCallum

Feature Articles

  • “The Best Railway Builders in this Country”: Doukhobors in Western Canada

    BY Jonathan J. Kalmakoff

  • David Thompson’s Manuscript Maps of Northwestern North America

    BY Andreas N. Korsos

Prairie Pageant

  • History Brick-by-Brick: The Mysterious Menomonie Brick

    BY Frank Korvemaker

  • Laura Sparling Povah on Student Life in 1890s Winnipeg

    BY Linda Dietrick

  • Dr. Speechly and Jack the Ripper: A Winnipeg Vignette

    BY Dr. Speechly and Jack the Ripper: A Winnipeg Vignette

  • Cartographic Evolution of the Manitoba Great Lakes

    BY Paul Ferley

  • Emily Waddell’s Fountain

    BY Giles Bugailiskis

Book Reviews

  • History Themed Board Games: ManitobaPrairie Aflame!: The Northwest Rebellion, 1885; and High Treason! The Trial of Louis Riel, July 1885

    BY Brian Hubner

  • PearlAnn Reichwein and Karen Wall, Uplift: Visual Culture at the Banff School of Fine Arts

    BY Lauren Wheeler

  • Robert Coutts, Authorized Heritage: Place, Memory, and Historic Sites in Prairie Canada

    BY Tom Mitchell

  • Ryan Hall, Beneath the Backbone of the World: Blackfoot People and the North American Borderlands

    BY Gerald A. Oetelaar

  • Heidi Bohaker, Doodem and Council Fire: Anishinaabe Governance through Alliance

    BY Jennifer S. H. Brown

  • Karina Vernon (ed.), The Black Prairie Archives: An Anthology

    BY Adele Perry

  • Black Prairie Archives: Theory, Method, History, and Historiography

    BY Barrington Walker

  • Black and Indigenus Prairie Life

    BY Erica Violet Lee

  • Prairie Blackness, Home, and Belonging

    BY Sonja Boon

  • Three Stories

    BY Betchel Belachew


  • Rex v. J. B. Smith (Calgary, 1902): Queer Carnal Acts and Heterosexual Settler Colonialism in Canada’s Prairie Empire

    BY Jarett Henderson

Prairie Gazette

  • Stories from the Land: Indigenous Place Names in Canada

    BY Sheila Grover

  • “In Their Own Words”: CBC’s Video Files Capture the Experiences of Residential School Survivors

    BY Sheila Grover

  • In 2020 Canada’s History Magazine Turned 100

    BY Sheila Grover

  • Six String Nation: The Guitar that Captured Canada

    BY Sheila Grover

  • Revitalising the RCMP Heritage Centre in Regina

    BY Greg Thomas

  • Managing Water on the Prairies

    BY Sheila Grover

  • The University of Alberta‘s Plan to Demolish the Historic Ring Houses

    BY Sarah Carter

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