Further Reading

Books

Warkentin, J., Volovics, N. and King, C. (2010). Creating memory: A guide to outdoor public sculpture in Toronto. Toronto: Becker Associates.

Warkentin, J. (2002). The art of geography : The life and teaching of George Tatham. Toronto : University of Toronto Dept. of Geography, University of Toronto Association of Geography Alumni.

Warkentin, J. (2000). A regional geography of Canada: Life, land, and space. (2nd ed.). Scarborough, ON: Prentice Hall Canada.

Warkentin, J.H. (2000). The Mennonite settlements of southern Manitoba. Steinbach, MA: Hanover Steinbach Historical Society.

Warkentin, J. and Harris, R. C. (1991). Canada before Confederation: A study in historical geography. Ottawa: Carleton University Press.

Warkentin, J. and Ruggles, R. I. (Eds.). (1970). Manitoba historical atlas: A selection of facsimile maps, plans, and sketches from 1612 to 1969. Winnipeg: Historical and Scientific Society of Manitoba.

Warkentin, J. (1964). The western interior of Canada: A record of geographical discovery, 1612 - 1917. Toronto: McClelland and Stewart.

 

Online

Goldsborough, G. (2012). Historic sites of Manitoba: Swedish pioneer cairn (RM of Rosser). The Manitoba Historical Society. Retrieved from http://www.mhs.mb.ca/docs/sites/swedishpioneers.shtml

Hofer, J. and Maendel, D. (2012). Hutterite history overview. Hutterian Bretheren. Retrieved from http://www.hutterites.org/history/hutterite-history-overview/

Hutterite Heritage. (n.d.). Move of the Hutterites to North America. Hutterite Heritage. Retrieved from http://www.hutteriteheritage.com/history/the-move-to-north-america

Kotlyakov, V. M. and Komorova, A. I. (Eds.). (2007). "Erratic Boulder." In Elsevier's Dictionary of Geography: In English, Russion, French, Spanish and German. New York: Elsevier. Retrieved from https://www.library.yorku.ca/find/Record/2078044

Manitoba Historical Society. (2012). John H. Warkentin. Retrieved from http://www.mhs.mb.ca/

Parks Canada. (2012). "Lower Fort Garry national historic site of Canada, Highway 9, Selkirk, Manitoba, R1A, Canada." Canada's Historic Places: A Federal, Provincial and Territorial Collaboration. Retrieved from http://www.historicplaces.ca/en/rep-reg/place-lieu.aspx?id=4224

University of Manitoba. (2005). Distinguished graduates. Retrieved from http://umanitoba.ca/honours/index.php?s=gg&pg=ppl&det=97

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