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  1. R.M. of Rhineland Letterbooks 1890-1893.
  2. Reported conversation of Bishop Johann Wiebe, in Rundschau, Feb. 1, 1888.
  3. Minutes of the R.M. of Rhineland. May 1 I, 1885 and June 2, 1885.
  4. Rundschau, Feb. 4, 1891.
  5. Adolf Ens, op. cit., page 135.

to. Reported in the Rundschau, Nov. 14, 1894. I!. Adolf Ens, op. cit., page 136.

  1. R.M. of Rhineland By-Laws #19, June 30.1885.
  2. Rundschau, Feb. I, 1888.
  1. R.M.of Douglas Assessment Rolls. H. H. Hamm, Sixty Years of Progress. (Altona, 1944) also gives a description of this dispute, but states the township did not become a part of Rhineland until 1891.

15. H. H. Hamm, op. CiL, page 12; and Minutes of the R.M. of Douglas and Rhineland 1884-1899.

  1. Minutes of the R.M. of Douglas 1884-1890.
  1. R.M. of Douglas By-Laws #56, Jan. 2. 1890; and R.M. of Douglas Letterbook June 1890.

18. Rundschau, October to December 1891; and John Warkentin, "The Mennonite Settle­ ments of Southern Manitoba" , (Ph.D. Thesis, University of Toronto, 1960), page 201. 19. Rundschau, Nov. 4, 1891; Jan. 27, 1892; Feb. 17,1892; March 2, 1892; June to, 1892.

  1. Ibid., Jan. 6, 1892; Feb. 10, 1892; Jan. 3, 1894.
  1. Ibid., October 28, 1891; and Peter D. Zacharias, Reinland an Experience in Communi­ ty. (Reinland Centennial Committee, 1976), page 126.

22. Valdimar 1. Eylands, Lutherans in Canada, (Winnipeg: The Icelandic Evangelical Synod in North America, 1945), pages 232-236.

  1. Interview with Albert F. Pokrant, Roy Schroeder and Emmanuel Janke, June I, 1983.
  2. Interview with Randall Pappel, June 8, 1983.
  3. Interview with Albert F. Pokrant, op. cit.
  4. John Warkentin, op. cit., pages 187-191.
  1. Rundschau, March 13 and March 29, 1889. The general description of agriculture in this section is taken from reports sent into the Rundschau and Nordwesten for this period.
  1. Rundschau, November I I, 1891.
  2. Nordwesten, November 11, 1891.
  3. Ibid., February 19, 1897.
  1. David Jackson, "The National Fallacy and the Wheat Economy: Nineteenth Century Origins of the Western Canadian Trade" , (M. A. Thesis, University of Manitoba, 1982).
  1. John Warkentin, op. cit., pages 190-192.
  2. Ibid., page 189.
  3. Nordwesten, March 31,1898.
  4. Brandon Daily Mail, February 27. 1890.
  5. R.M. of Rhineland and Douglas Assessment Rolls.
  6. Nordwesten, November 12, 1896; Brandon Daily Mail, Feb. 27, 1890.
  7. Ibid., October 22, 1890; and September 2, 1892.
  8. Ibid., 1890-1900.
  9. Ibid., May 16, May 23, May 30, June 26, July 3, 1901.
  10. Rundschau, June 27, 1888.
  11. Nordwesten, June 6, 1890, and June 27, 1898.
  12. By-law #35 R.M. of Rhineland 1894.
  13. H. H. Hamm op. cit., page 12.
  1. Details of the Smallpox epidemic are from a story in Red River Valley Echo, Nov. 25, 1970 and Municipal Correspondence, July 28, 1892.

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