Arrangement of MGE Collection Storage Boxes with Contents

About the Miriam Green Ellis Exhibit

The Miriam Green Ellis Exhibit highlights the Miriam Green Ellis collection maintained at the University of Alberta's Bruce Peel Special Collections, in addition to contributions by the Glenbow Museum in Calgary, Alberta and the Prince Albert Historical Museum in Saskatchewan.


It accompanies a book, Travels and Tales of Miriam Green Ellis: Pioneer Journalist of the Canadian West, and an in-person exhibit, Miriam Green Ellis: Champion of the West, on display at Bruce Peel Special Collections from March 14, 2013.

 

 

Travels and Tales of Miriam Green Ellis: Pioneer Journalist of the West (cover)

Travels and Tales of Miriam Green Ellis: Pioneer Journalist of the Canadian West

The book accompanying this exhibit, Travels and Tales of Miriam Green Ellis: Pioneer Journalist of the Canadian West, is now available for purchase. Cover price: $34.95 CAD


It may be purchased via the University of Alberta Bookstore or your favourite bookseller, and is available in both paperback and ebook editions.

It is available online at the following retailers:

An ebook edition is forthcoming, in Amazon Kindle and ePub formats.

 
Bibliographic Details

Ellis, Miriam Green. Travels and Tales of Miriam Green Ellis: Pioneer Journalist of the Canadian West. Ed. Patricia Demers. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2013.

 

 

Miriam Green Ellis: Champion of the West (front cover)

Miriam Green Ellis: Champion of the West

A catalogue is available for the Bruce Peel Special Collections exhibit of materials from the Miriam Green Ellis collection. It may be purchased directly from the Peel library or via the University of Alberta Press. Cover price: $39.95 CAD

 
Bibliographic Details

Demers, Patricia. Miriam Green Ellis: Champion of the West. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2013.

 

Miriam Green Ellis: Champion of the West (back cover)

About the Researchers

Patricia Demers is Distinguished University Professor in the Department of English and Film Studies and the Comparative Literature Program at the University of Alberta. patricia.demers@ualberta.ca

Amy Dyrbye is a graduate student at the University of Alberta, anticipating completion of a Master of Arts in Humanities Computing in Spring 2013.