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Archives of Manitoba - Manitoba's rich documentary past is accessible to you at the Archives of Manitoba, which also houses the world-renowned archives of the Hudson's Bay Company.
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Birdtail Colony (near Birtle) - 1881 Census. Entries and area broken to October 6th, 1880 in the townships selected by the Hamilton and Northwest Colonization Society.
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Cemeteries, Obituaries and Vital Statistics - Topics include:  Online Cemetery Databases, Cemetery Transcriptions, Cemeteries of Manitoba, Cemetery Photos, Obituaries, Miscellaneous, Obituary Mailing Lists.
Central Plains Region - The Central Plains region is located in the province of Manitoba, Canada, immediately west of the capital city of Winnipeg.
Clanwilliam - April—May 1891 Census (a rural municipality)
Carberry - Western Manitoba Genealogy 1901 Census (two pages)
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Eastern Region of Canada - The Eastern Manitoba GenWeb region entails all of the area within the following boundaries; from the 52nd parallel, south along the Northeast shore of Lake Winnipeg; along the east shore of the Red River to the Flood way; around the east side of Winnipeg to the east shore of the Red River following it south to the American Border; east to the Ontario border; and then North up along the Ontario/Manitoba border. The southern area of this region borders Lake of the Woods, Minnesota, and the northeast corner of North Dakota. (website quote)
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(The) Genealogical Institute - the Jewish Heritage Centre of Western Canada; founded in June 1990 to operate as the part of the Jewish Historical Society (now the Jewish Heritage Centre, located in Winnipeg) of Western Canada that is dedicated to promoting the hobby of genealogy within the Society.
Genealogy Forum - Manitoba, Canada Genealogy Forum (Genealogy.com)
Gladstone - 1891 Census (Western Manitoba Genealogy Project)
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Manitoba - Vital Statistics birth, marriage, death records (database search)
Manitoba - Welcome to the Manitoba GenWeb Project
Manitoba Genealogical Society - Cemetery Transcription Price List | MGS Research Assistance | KOHA - MGS Online Catalogue | Dauphin Branch | Southwest Branch | Southeast and Winnipeg Branch | Beautiful Plains Branch | Swan Valley Branch | Generations.
Manitoba Mennonite Historical Society - The Manitoba Mennonite Historical Society aims at fostering an understanding of and respect for the history and beliefs of the Mennonite people.
Minnedosa - April 1891 Census (one page).
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Pembina Valley Region - The Pembina Valley Region stretches from the Red River in the east, abutting on the Eastern Region, and west to the boundary with Western Region. In the south, it lies adjacent to the U.S. border and reaches up to Winnipeg in its northeast corner and Central Plains Region from there to the Western Region.
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Red River Settlement - A Historiographical Study of Red River Settlement, 1811-1870, a colony in Canada on the banks of the Red River near the mouth of the Assiniboine River (in present-day Manitoba).
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Shell River - 1891 Census
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Western Manitoba Genealogy Project
Western Region of Canada - World, Canada and US Genweb web site.
Winnipeg - Winnipeg has a multitude of ethnic groups, including Canada's largest Francophone population outside Quebec and the largest Aboriginal population of any Canadian city. Over half of all Manitobans live in Winnipeg. It is located at the junction of the Assiniboine and Red rivers and divided into five political communities, each containing three wards.
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