Moncur Gallery | Peoples of the Plains
The Moncur Gallery is located in Boissevain, Manitoba. It hosts a variety of displays, fascinating original paintings, models of archaeological work, a map of the area during the time of transition from First nation to European dominance.
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ABOUT MONCUR GALLERY
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SINCE 1986

The Moncur Gallery showcases a wide variety of artifacts of which most are from the private collection of Bill Moncur.  This collection took a lifetime to gather and shows the great esteem that Bill had for the history of his hometown and the area.

ABOUT BILL MONCUR
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PASSION

For more than half a century he was a familiar figure trudging through the fields around the community and throughout the district.  Since his first discovery in 1924, his natural curiosity formed a passionate hobby that remained with him for the rest of his life.

A unique and wonderful experience of discovery for people of all ages.

1924

BILL MONCUR’S FIRST ARROWHEAD DISCOVERY

1956

BECKONING HILLS IS PUBLISHED

1986

MONCUR GALLERY OPENS

12,000

YEARS OF ARTIFACTS IN THE TURTLE MOUNTAINS