East Kildonan (Regina Leader Post, May 16, 1950)
I have gone through and cleaned up dead links and found the new addresses where possible. A number of sites have updated their information for 2011 so I will try to add new links as I find them.
Fargo History.com has images back as far as the 1890s.Digital Horizons.org has images from N Dakota as well.
St. Vincent Memories a fellow local history blogger is constantly digging up gems - family stories and photos that include flood-related items. You can't really tell the story of a family or settlement in the region without talking about floods. Below are a couple of images from her site. Click to link to the entry or go top her blog and search flood !
St. Vincent Memories takes in both sides of the for posts such as Emerson in 1950.
Manitoba Pictures.com gallery of photos, news clippings and booklets.
S.O.S. Canadian Disasters from Library and Archives Canada.
CBC Archives' numerous TV and radio reports from past floods.
Winnipeg Tribune Archive has hundreds of photos. Just search 'flood'. Here are links to the largest collections: 1950-55 1956-65 1969-74.
TetrES Floodzone (1997) is still available online.
Top 20 Red River Floods Since 1880 Natural Resources Canada
There are a few reports from the 2009 flood from the Government of Manitoba:
- Press Release Aug 7, 2009
- Overview of 2009 Spring Flooding
- 2009 Spring Flood Report
- 2009 Red River Floodway Operation Report
- Province of MB
- City of Winnipeg
- City of Brandon
- Province of SK
Some of the 2011 media flood watch sites also have recent history sections:
- Free Press (cams)
- Fargo Forum (cams, blogs)
- GF Herald (cams)