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Anishinabe – Anicinabe Park occupation, artifacts, clothing, food, handicrafts, Lake of the Woods, language, scrolls, Treaty #3, veterans
Anniversaries and Homecomings
Architects
Area Towns
Artists
Banks – 1973 bank robbery
Board of Trade
Boats – S.S. Keenora, Grace Anne I and II, Stone Boat Manufacturing Co., and more
Boundary Dispute – Ontario/Manitoba; Canada/US
Breweries
Brick Company
Bridges
Canoes and canoe routes
Carnivals
Carpenter, Frank
Cemeteries
Centennial, 1967
Churches
Clubs and Organizations
Coney Island
Court House
Curling
Dawson Trail
Delamere, J.M.
Devilʼs Gap
Doctors
Dominion Day
Edwards, Capt. Frank
Fellowship Centre
Fire Department
Flour Mills
Gardner, Frank
Gaudaur, Jake
Golf
Health and Welfare
Heenan, Peter
Hockey
Hooper, Capt. Fred T.
Hospitals – Royal Jubilee, St. Josephʼs, General, Lake of the Woods
Homes and Cottages
Hotels
Hudsonʼs Bay Company
Hunting and Fishing
Jaffray-Melick
Keewatin
Kenora – Growth of
Kenora Womenʼs Institutes
Lacombe, Father
Lake of the Woods
Lake of the Woods Club
Lake of the Woods – lake levels
Lake of the Woods Museum
La Verendrye
Lawyers and Magistrates
Letterheads
Library
Lighthouses
Lindstrom and Nilson
Longbow Lake
Lumber – Pulp and Paper mill; lumber mills; saw mills
Machin Family
Marquis de Lorne
Massacre Island
Mather Family
Mather-Walls House
Mayors, Councils, Elections
McLeod, Dan
McLeod Park
Menus, Programs
Mining
Newspapers
Norman
North West Angle
Orchestras, Bands, Theatres
People
Poems
Pictographs
Police
Politics
Post Office
Powerhouses and dams
Prisoner of War Camps
Railway
Rainy River Navigation Co.
Red Cross
Recreation Centre
Rowing Club and Regattas
Rushing River
Schools – public, separate, residential
Sheriffs
Smith, Michael
Social History
Sports
Stores and businesses
Toole, Laurence
Tourism
War
Water works and utilities

These files contain primary and secondary resources. In addition, there are larger holdings of primary source material including: voters lists, directories, business records, minute books, journals, maps, and correspondence.

Please inquire if what you are looking for is not listed above.

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