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         Manitoba Geography:     more books (33)
  1. The Geography of Manitoba: Its Land and Its People
  2. Manitoba Recreation Map (Recreation Maps)
  3. Residents' images of northern Manitoba mining communities (Background readings for the geography of Manitoba) by Alison Gill, 1982
  4. Spatial dimensions of the urban growth of Brandon, Manitoba, 1882-1982 (Background readings for the geography of Manitoba) by John Everitt, 1982
  5. The Canadian west,: A geography of Manitoba and the North-west territories, (Morang's provincial geographies) by Alexander McIntyre, 1904
  6. The Boissevain region of Manitoba (Prairie regional studies in economic geography) by J. W Channon, 1969
  7. The Canadian West : A Geography of Manitoba and the North-West Territories by Alexander McIntyre, 1904
  8. The Prairies, a scholar's directory and guide (Geography of Canada bibliography series) by Thomas A Rumney, 1998
  9. Mennonite agricultural settlements of Southern Manitoba by John Warkentin, 1959
  10. Called to the bar: an historical geography of beverage rooms in Brandon, 1881-1966.(Essay): An article from: Manitoba History by Doug Ramsey, John Everitt, 2007-10-01
  11. Manitoba (Let's Discover Canada) by Suzanne Levert, 1992-02
  12. A Very Remarkable Sickness: Epidemics in the Petit Nord, 1670 to 1846 (Manitoba Studies in Native History) by Paul Hackett, 2002-11
  13. Small Farming and Peasant Resources in the Caribbean (Manitoba Geographical Studies, No 10) by John S. Brierley, 1988-03
  14. Polarization and the regional problem: Manufacturing in Nova Scotia, 1960-1973 (Manitoba geographical studies) by Daniel Todd, 1977

101. MAP LIST - Manitoba, Map, Atlas, Atlases, Gazetteers, Gazetteer, Place Names, Pl
Maps, Plans and Sketches from 1612 to 1969, by John Warkentin and Richard Ruggles Province of manitoba, Canada Historical and geographical facsimile maps
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102. Churchill & Manitoba Books, Essential Reading
of wolf research and government folly set on the tundra of Northern manitoba. NationalGeographic Field Guide to the Birds of North America • National
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Item A Naturalist's Guide to the Arctic E.C. Pielou
A broad introduction to Arctic climate, geography, plants, birds, mammals and insects in a single nicely written book. It's a highly recommended, enthusiastic guide to natural history throughout the North — a good first choice for even the keenest naturalist. With line drawings, charts, and maps Arctic Dreams, Imagination and Desire in a Northern Landscape Barry Lopez
One of the best books we've read on any destination, this celebrated meditation on the Arctic draws on Lopez's travels throughout the North, including Baffin Island, Siberia and Greenland. A dazzling writer and compassionate observer, Lopez weaves biology and history into his storytelling. With extended chapters on the polar bear and narwhal. Polar Bears Ian Stirling Dan Guravich A tribute to the polar bear by pre-eminent researcher Ian Stirling and intrepid photographer Dan Guravich. It's an excellent combination of outstanding color photography, solid information on natural history and Inuit lore. With 163 color photographs.

103. GISuser - Bringing Mapping Technology To Manitoba Classrooms
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  • (GISuser Press Release) (For Immediate Release, Thursday, January 8, 2004) Toronto, ON - Students and teachers are set to reap tremendous benefits with the decision by Manitoba's Ministry of Education, Citizenship and Youth to license geographic information system (GIS) software for all publicly funded schools in Manitoba. As a result of this decision, students and teachers will have access to state-of-the-art GIS software.
    "To prepare students for their roles in society, Manitoba Education, Citizenship and Youth has identified technology, along with literacy and communication, problem solving, and human relations, as a foundation skill area to be developed in every subject area and grade," said Colleen Raymond, Education Industry Manager, ESRI Canada. "Development of technology as a foundation skill area will not only enable students to use technology to learn, but will also enhance their understanding of the connections between technology, society, and the environment. ESRI's ArcView is the world's leading desktop GIS software package and Manitoba students will join more than half a million other users worldwide."
    Manitoba Education, Citizenship and Youth's (MECY) mission is to provide access to superior quality education and training to the province's public and independent school systems and to its post-secondary institutions. MECY is currently developing new social studies curricula for kindergarten to grade 12 (K-12) to ensure relevant educational content in all subject areas. GIS will make a significant contribution to the new curriculum, helping to teach students valuable skills and showing them how those skills can be applied in the real world.

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