IMMIGRATION AND SETTLEMENT
DATES AND FACTS
12,000 settlers live in Red River settlement.Population of Winnipeg is 100.
Manitoba and Saulteaux and Swampy Cree bands sign Treaty Number 1.
Dominion Land Act ensures each homesteader 160 acres of land.
First exportation of Manitoba grain.
Population of Manitoba is 66,000.
16 million bushels of wheat is exported.
Population of Manitoba is 150,000.
Population of Manitoba is 255,000.
Population of Manitoba is 450,000.
Population of Winnipeg is 142,000.
Homesteader; a prairie boyhood recalled by James M. Minifie.
Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1972.
Peasants in the promised land: Canada and the Ukrainians, 1891-1914 by Jaroslav Petryshyn with L. Dzubak
Toronto : J. Lorimer, 1985.
The Prairie West: historical readings edited by R. Douglas Francis and Howard Palmer.Edmonton: Pica Pica Press, c1985.
Winnipeg: a social history of urban growth, 1874-1914by Alan F. J. Artibise.Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1975.
Bounty and benevolence: a history of Saskatchewan treaties by Arthur J. Ray, Jim Miller and Frank J. Tough.Montreal : McGill-Queen's University Press, 2000.
Map of the Province of Manitoba and Part of the District of Kewatin and North West Territory Showing the Townships & Settlements. 1876
Map of Manitoba. 1897
Province of Manitoba, Settlement in 1870
Province of Manitoba, Settlement in 1891
Province of Manitoba, Settlement in 1901
Province of Manitoba, Settlement in 1911
Province of Manitoba, Settlement in 1921