Trials and Tribulations by J. M. Bumsted
The Red River Settlement and the Emergence of Manitoba 1821-1870

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Trials and Tribulations investigates the development of the Red River settlement from a backwoods fur trade depot to a rich multicultural community dominated by mixed—blood Mtis. This new, unique culture was just beginning to flourish when technology and immigration suddenly combined to wash it way like a spring flood.
 

About J. M. Bumsted

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J. M. Bumsted is the author of many popular and scholarly books on Canadian history, including Fur Trade Wars, The Dictionary of Manitoba Biography, and the widely used textbook The Canadian Peoples: A History. He teaches history at the University of Manitoba.?
 
Published April 24, 2003 by Great Plains Publications. 248 pages
Genres: History. Non-fiction