The Forks and the Battle of Seven Oaks in Manitoba History
Coutts, Robert and Richard Stuart (editors)
This monograph is composed of papers, written by a number of contributors, from two different conferences. The articles included are: The Ojibwa, Red River and the Forks 1770-1870 (L. Peers); The French Presence in the West 1734-1874(C. Jaenen); Colonialist Enterprise-The Hudson’s Bay Company at the Forks 1812-1883 (R. Coutts); Changing Views, Changing Values: Riverfronts in Winnipeg and Minneapolis (T. Cartlidge); From Backwater to Park-The Forks in Relation to Downtown Winnipeg (R. Rostecki); Conflict at Red River: Collision at Seven Oaks (J. Martin); Historical Writing on “Seven Oaks”: The Assertion of Anglo-Canadian Cultural Dominance in the West (L. Dick); Lord Selkirk and His Agents (J. Bumstead); The Origins of Métis Nationalism and the Pemmican Wars 1780-1821 (Y. Dumont); Commentary (J.S.H. Brown).
Coutts, Robert and Richard Stuart (editors). 1994. The Forks and the Battle of Seven Oaks in Manitoba History. Winnipeg: Manitoba Historical Society.
[ Monograph (93pp.)(FNHSC, UW, ML) ]