(21 Pages) Describes the history of Selkirk, beginning with the First Peoples, up until it became a city in 1998.
(13 pages) Describes the history of St. Peters Church, built in 1853. Explains how Chief Peguis began a farming settlement there to increase the food supply.
(13 pages) Explores a period in Manitoba’s history when steamships were the quickest, most efficient and economical way to move people and goods. Describes the once busy HBC harbour, warehouse and store known as Colville Landing.
(13 pages) Describes the history of settlement in the Beaches area at the northern tip of St. Clements.
(16 pages) The story of the East Selkirk Roundhouse, built to fix trains in 1879 for the trans-Canada railway line that never came. In 1899 it became home to thousands of new immigrants from Eastern Europe.
(12 pages) Explores the importance of ferries, where they were located, their advantages and dangers, and how they were used to cross the Red River.