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PROVINCE OF MANITOBA 1875
MANITOBA BOUNDARY RIVERS
the writer acknowledged that the Mennonites were a foreign speaking group, this was considered a minor problem of adaptation, and more than made up for by their settlement skills and the money they were bringing into the country.
The land grant to the Metis on the other hand, was considered a
SHOWING RIVERS, TRAILS AND RESERVES