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This is a booklet on the history of the Village of Neustadt. It covers the years 1855 to 1987, and gives an overview of the development of the village and the year in which the event occurred.
This history includes village development, churches, professionals, local commerce etc. It also contains a list of residents indexed from assessment rolls and a 9-page index of family names.
This history contains sections on education, churches, military, industries, hospitals, politics, and entertainment. There is a 13-page index and numerous photographs.
Includes chapters on early history, government, churches and cemeteries, education, agriculture, industry, tourism and recreation, transportation and communication, people, organizations, military, families and memorable events. The index is in the centre spread of the book.
This is a companion volume to Euphrasia Vol. I. It contains information on the local schools as well as the 1901 census. There are also maps of the township and small acreage listings for the years of 1906, 1916, 1926, 1935, 1946, 1956, 1966, 1976, 1986 and 1993. There are numerous photos, but no index.
This history contains information on municipal government, an early immigrant settlement map, schools, cemeteries, and a history of the township according to lot and concession. There are numerous photographs and a large index of family names.
An overview of the municipalities comprising the County, with a brief history of the establishment of each, setting out its early beginnings, the forefather who showed the insight to proceed with it's development and what was accomplished over the one and one-half centuries.
This is a second volume of Normanby Township history, containing chapters on veterans, weddings, sports, schools and municipal affairs just to name a few. There is also a section of corrections to Vol. I.
Histories of the township Schools, with many pictures taken throughout the years. Various Women's Institutes with pictures, as well as churches in the township. Some century farms are listed, complete with pictures and some of the early industry as well, including histories of the first orchards.
The history includes chapters on churches, cemeteries, schools, industries, personalities, and local organizations. Contains various black and white photographs. A surname index may also be purchased separately.
(Index to Volume 1 available for $5.00)
This is a continuation of the first volume of Sullivan Township. Sullivan Vol. II updates the township's history to 1993. The content includes maps, photographs, and portraits. Contains various black and white photographs. A surname index is included.
This is an update to the first volume published in 1983. It contains similar sections with updated information. There are more photographs and a 13-page index.
Each chapter is devoted to an area of Proton Township and gives a brief history of that particular area. Areas covered include Conn, Cedarville, Egerton, Esplin, Swinton Park, Salem, Hopeville, Keldon, Southeast Proton, Ventry, Bethel, Inistoge, Victoria Corners, Proton Station and Dundalk.
Northern Terminus: The African Canadian History Journal
Volumes 1-15 are available. $10.00 each.
The goal of this annual Journal is to provide readers with information about the historical Black community of Grey County. Although the focus is on historical events and people within Grey County, the wider regional, provincial, national and international contexts that shaped Black history and presence in Grey County are also of interest to the Journal. Through essays, interviews and reviews, the Journal highlights the work of organizations, historians and published authors. A new volume of the Journal is launched annually. Learn more about Northern Terminus.
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