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Anne Lindsay


Principal Analyst Legal Research


Dr. Anne Lindsay is a settler historian whose research into Indigenous/newcomer relations has given her the opportunity to study such interrelated histories as chattel slavery in what has come to be known as the Canadian fur trade and the histories of Indian Residential Schools and Indian Hospitals and Sanatoria. Her work with the Manitoba Indigenous Tuberculosis History Project has contributed to the creation of a research guide designed to support families and communities searching for loved ones who were sent to Indigenous Hospitals and Sanatoria in Manitoba in the period from the 1930s to the 1970s and never returned.


Lindsay, Margaret Anne, and William Osborne. 2023. “The Three Sisters”. At The Forks 1 (1). https://ojs.lib.umanitoba.ca/index.php/forks/article/view/918.

Clare Cook, David Cuthbert and Anne Lindsay, “A Cup of Cold Water: Alfred Kirkness and the Brandon Residential School Cemeteries”, Manitoba Historical Society, Summer 2015.

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