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    Saint-Boniface MuseumSaint-Boniface Museum Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
    this excellent museum is devoted to showcasing Franco-Manitoban culture and history occupying the oldest structure in the city that had been a convent operated by the Grey Sisters, that was constructed from 1846 until 1851, and has been an orphanage, school, senior's home and the first residence of the Saint Boniface Hospital. Today, it houses numerous Metis and Franco-Manitoban relics on two floors, with an attic and basement available for overflow of antiquities and relics. It was constructed using the Red River construction method with tennon and mortis or tongue and groove pieces of wood, without a single nail anywhere. The old house is now a national historic site, and managed by the city since the late 1960s. A few of the more famous items housed there include; Victor A. Long's portraits of the mayors of St. Boniface, Louis Riel's coffin, tuque and moccasins, Pauline Boutal's paintings, Archbishop Alexandre Tache's bookcase, Andy De Jarlis's violin and Jean-Baptiste Lagimodiere's dispatch pouch.

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    The Manitoba MuseumManitoba Museum Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
    this splendid museum houses collections that pertain to the Hudson Bay Company collection, archaeology, North American ethnology and social history of the Manitoba province, with an outstanding specimen library that houses information about the rocks and minerals of the region, fossils, plants and animals of the region that are used for research and references for schools, public programs and exhibitions. There are over 200,000 specimens in the collections that house over two million objects. These can be found in the fine arts collection, the archives, decorative arts collections, human history and natural sciences, that include; plants and animals, paleontological collections and earth science and geological collections.

January 4, 2014