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Delta

A Prairie Marsh and its People

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ISBN: 9780921950516
format: Hardcover
pages: 306
publisher: Delta Marsh History Group
pub. date: 2015-10-10

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Delta: A Prairie Marsh and Its People is a story of history and conservation. Delta, on the south shore of Lake Manitoba, has attracted people for millennia. It was one of Manitoba’s earliest cottage areas and a popular destination for generations of waterfowl hunters. This richly illustrated, full-colour book presents the stories of the many people -- Aboriginal peoples, farmers, cottagers, hunters, artists, scientists, and more -- who have lived, worked, and played at Delta through the years.

Glen Suggett is a wildlife manager for the Manitoba government. Gordon Goldsborough is a biologist at the University of Manitoba. Both have spent much of their lives at Delta Marsh.

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