Michael Kinnear:

An Inventory of his papersat the University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections

Inventory prepared by Lewis St. G. Stubbs
University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections
334 Elizabeth Dafoe Library
(Dec. 2009)

Finding aid encoded by Lewis St. George Stubbs (2009)
Finding aid written in English.



Collection Summary

Repository:
University of Manitoba Archives & Special Collections
334 Elizabeth Dafoe Library

Creator:
Michael Kinnear

Title:
Michael Kinnear

Dates:
1639-1995

Quantity:
.4 m of textual other material including 29 3.5 inch floppy discs & 11 maps

Identification:
MSS 218, MC 27, EL 19,& A. 09-15

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Biography of Michael Kinnear

Michael Stewart Read Kinnear is a Professor of History at the University of Manitoba. In 1960 he graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a BA in history. He completed his MA (1961) in history at the University of Oregon and PhD (1965) in Politics at the Oxford University. Dr. Kinnear became a professor of history at the University of Manitoba in 1965. He is still teaching courses in European history at the Faculty of Arts. In 1996-97 Dr. Kinnear was a consultant for Election Canada and in 2001-2002 a Legislation Consultant for a Chief Electoral Officer of Canada. He held many academic and research positions during his years at the University of Manitoba: 1986-87 and 1993-94 Bye Fellow at the Robinson College at the Cambridge University; 1993 Visiting Fellow at the Australian National University; 1990-96 Manitoba Member at Historic Sites & Monuments Board of Canada. He is an author of numerous publications on Britain, Canada, and US elections: The British Voter (1981); The Fall of Lloyd George (1974); A History of the Vote in Canada (1997) and about 80 articles on Canadian Elections. Dr. Kinnear is currently working on a long-term study of US Presidential Elections since 1856 and on roll-call votes in the US Congress on trade related issues in the period 1914-2000.

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Scope and Contents of the Collection

The fonds is divided into 3 series. They include: Manitoba election material, electronic records EL 19 & maps MC 27.

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Restrictions on Access

No restrictions on access.

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Restrictions on Use

No restrictions on use.

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Custodial History

The fonds were donated by Michael Kinnear in 2009.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

MANITOBA ELECTION MATERIAL [ 1966-1981 ]

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11 Manitoba provincial election records 1966-1981
2 Manitoba election results 1969
3 Manitoba rural constituences 1969-1977
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21 Manitoba elections general tables 1969,1973 & 1977
2 Manitoba urban constituences 1973 & 1977
3 Manitoba election survey 1977
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31 St. Boniface Federal constituency political survey 1979
2 Manitoba election poll maps 1981

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ELECTRONIC RECORDS 1870-1995
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11 1. Provincial election 1995, 2.1990 Manitoba election 2, 3. 1990 Manitoba election 3, 4. 1969 Provincial election, 5. 1973 Provincial election, 6. 1977 Provincial election, 7. 1981 Provincial election, 8. 1986 Provincial election 1, 9. Provincial 2. 10. 1988 Provincial election 1, 11. Provincial election 2. 12. 1983 Municipal french language & nuclear referenda, 13. Manitoba consolidated electoral data 1969-1990. 14. 1989 June Manitoba redistribution. 15. June Manitoba redistribution, 16. By-elections held in Manitoba since 1969. 17. 1990 Manitoba election (rural constituencies) 18. Manitoba elections articles, 19. Electoral maps of Manitoba 1978-1988, 20. Electoral maps of Manitoba 1978-1988. 21. Canadian Federal Elections 2. 22. 1981 census, 1984 federal election 7 1988 provincial election, 23. Canadian federal election 1993. Canadian federal elections 1979-1988, 24. Federal 3 1984 constituency totals 25. 1990 election 26. Excel files on apartments & split RMS & census tracts, 27. Manitoba data files from mantas, 28. Manitoba elections 1870-1990, 29. Manitoba ethnicity 1969-1990 1870-1995

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MAPS 1639-1977
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Map Cabinet #51 1. Fenian Invasion June 1866, 2. Manitoba electoral divisions 1961, 3. Federal electoral divisions 1974, 4. British North America 1834, 5. North America 1639, 6. North America 1695, 7. CFB Shilo 1974 printed in 1977 1639-1977
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12 Oversized maps that don't fit the cabinets. 1. Manitoba Provincial election 1969, 2. Manitoba electoral divisions ca. 1969, 3. Winnipeg federal election districts [ 1970s], 4. Winnipeg census divisios 1961 [1961-1979]

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