Fonds 2006.08 - Pauline Greenhill fonds

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Pauline Greenhill fonds

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CA CPA 2006.08

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  • 2006, predominant 2006 (Creation)

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Ms Greenhill is a Professor of Women's and Gender Studies at the University of Winnipeg, and is researching charivari traditions across English Canada. She attended the Carberry Plains Archives in 2005 in the course of her research and utilized information she found there in writing the article. She donated a copy of the magazine to the Carberry Plains Archives. The title of the article in this magazine is "Make the Night Hideous: Death at a Manitoba Charivari, 1909"

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Record has been presented to the Carberry Plains Archives in 2006 by Pauline Greenhill of the University of Winnipeg on publication of the magazine conntaining her article.

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Fonds consists of one copy of the magazine "Manitoba History" Vol. 52, June, 2006, the journal of the Manitoba Historical Society, in which there is an article entitled "Make the Night Hideous: Death at a Manitoba Charivari, 1909" written by Pauline Greenhill, about a charivari in Brookdale, MB, in 1909

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Ms Greenhill retains copyright on the article in this magazine, and does not waive privacy or moral rights to this material.

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Researchers are responsible for observing Canadian copyright restrictions. Material may not be reproduced without permission of the donor.

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