Pembina, North Dakota

Pembina, North Dakota is on the west side of the Red Riveracross the river from St. Vincent, Minnesota.


A Few Essays Relating to Pembina
(See main page for complete index of essays)

ElmerBarry: Father of Museum Collection - by June Webster

ElmerE. Barry - by Barbara Bostrom

Elmer E.Barry - by Craig Olson

Elmer Barry- by Mike Olson

RoyC. DeFrance - by Mike Olson

Roy DeFrance - by Terry Pede

HistoricNews Editor: Roy De France - by Michael Ness

DentistryMoves In: Dr. G. A. McConnachie - by Wanda Anderson

Historyof Emerson, Manitoba

FatherGoiffon: The Fire That Saved His Life - by Wanda Anderson

Fort Pembina- by William Ash

TheHudson's Bay Company - by Marilyn Weir

Ox CartEra in the Red River Valley - by Debbie Gooselaw

The PembinaDikes - by Randy Clow

Pembina,North Dakota's Oldest Settlement - by Sherry Pede

RedRiver Carts - by Connie Pede

TheHistory of the Red River Floods - by Jerry Bernath

RedRiver Ox Carts: Minnesota's First Freight Carts - by Marilyn Weir

TheRed River Rebellion - by Tamara Erdahl

LouisRiel and His Fight to the Finish - by Lee Jerome

Louis Riel- by Linda Buciak

RoletteAdvances The Use Of The Ox Cart - by Leonard Jerome

RobertA. Rondeau - by Elaine Symington

Red RiverOx Carts - by Ronny Pede

TheRed River Valley's First Citizens - by Marilyn Weir

SiouxOutbreak 1862 - by Cheryl Twamley

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