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Manning Battle River Pioneer Museum


Main Building
that holds, buggies, house wares, cutters, snow machines, small engines, war artifacts, clothing, rocks and much more.


Pioneer CabinPioneer Log Cabin
complete with furniture, see how the first people that arrived from Europe made it through the cold winter nights.


Albino MooseAlbino Moose
is the pride of the Museum. The albino moose shot by Larry Stone on November 25, 1998 west of Notikewin, close to the 6th meridian. The moose carcass was correctly measured and skinned for later taxidermy. This was completed by Robert Boos and Larry Stone.



Anglican Church








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