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History of the Ottawa Valley
J. L. Gourlay
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History of the Ottawa Valley (Classic Reprint) [J. L. Gourlay] on charlesrosier.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Entered according to A ct of the Parliament of Canada, in the year one thousand eight hundred and ninety sixAuthor: J. L. Gourlay. Painting Source: Franklin Brownell, Ottawa Artist, National Gallery of Canada September 28, and here is a map from Rick Blanchard's book about the McCrank and Hogan families in the Gatineau Valley. The map shows the major landmarks for the Irish Catholic families who settled between Kazabazua and Low, Quebec.
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History of The Ottawa Valley is a great resource for those with an interest in the settlement and early development of the communities in the Ottawa Valley.
The book addesses both the Ontario and Quebec sides of the Ottawa River. Seemingly endless references to specific settlers and early community leaders populate the pages of this respected history.
The Ottawa Valley is the valley of the Ottawa River, along the boundary between Eastern Ontario and the Outaouais, Quebec, charlesrosier.com valley is the transition between the Saint Lawrence Lowlands and the Canadian charlesrosier.come of the surrounding shield, the valley is narrow at its western end and then becomes increasingly wide (mainly on the Ontario side of the river) as it progresses eastward.
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Pages: The depth of Ottawa Valley’s history can’t be found in the pages of a book — it is in the place names, people and abandoned buildings of its landscape. Remnants of the Valley’s history still stand in the numerous ghost towns along its old government settlement roads, signaled by simple plaques and crumbling graveyards.
The history of Ottawa, capital of Canada, was shaped by events such as the construction of the Rideau Canal, the lumber industry, the choice of Ottawa as the location of Canada's capital, as well as American and European influences and interactions.
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Books to Borrow Full text of "History of the Ottawa valley". History of the Ottawa Valley [J L. Gourlay] on charlesrosier.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.
This work was reproduced from the original artifactAuthor: J L. Gourlay. The Ottawa Valley contains several outliers of Ordovician era limestone laid down over millions of years of underwater sedimentation. Well hidden in the woods n ear the pond we chanced upon a fossilized record from that prehistoric past.
This fossilized cephalopod (related to our modern squid) lived here about million years ago. Title: History of the Ottawa Valley, charlesrosier.comher: British Library, Historical Print EditionsThe British Library is the national library of the United Kingdom.
It is one of the world's largest research libraries holding over million items in all known languages and formats: books, journals, newspapers, sound recordings, patents, maps 4/5(1). The territory between the Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence River is divided among many native American nations, the Huron-Iroquois group, and the Algonquin and Montagnais group.
Several Algonquin nations occupy the Ottawa River (Kitchesippi or Great River) basin. To the North, there are Kotakoutouemi, to the East, the Weskarini, to the South, the Kinounchepirini and the Matouweskarini.
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Get this from a library. History of the Ottawa valley: a collection of facts, events and reminiscences for over half a century. [J L Gourlay]. I'm reading a book called "The Upper Ottawa Valley to ", edited by Richard Reid.
It has a lot of information on the white pine and red pine operations, including fluctuations in lumber prices. This material is a little prior to your interests in the 's but it does contain a lot of interesting information regarding the lumber industry. Ottawa Valley History shared a link.
December 7, · The Algonquin Nation is generally broken into many bands whose familial territories are divided by rivers, and the names of these rivers are often reminiscent of the traditional people of that particular charlesrosier.comers: The Ottawa Valley covers over 7, kilometres; Glaciers retreated from what is now the Ottawa Valley region 12, years ago, leaving the area covered by the Champlain Sea for thousands of years.
Ten thousand years ago the water retreated and land emerged. More than half. The Society Blue Book of Toronto, Hamilton and London. A Social Directory () Ottawa, past and present, or, A brief account of the first opening up of the Ottawa country, and incidents in connection with the rise and progress of Ottawa city, and parts adjacent thereto [microform] () History of the Ottawa valley ( BOOK - Pioneers of the Upper Ottawa, and The Humors of the Valley By: Anson A.
Gard With a New Introduction and Index by Ryan Taylor () Originally published by Emerson Press, Ottawa This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Milton (CD ).
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In it, Munro explores a perception that time. Welcome. The Historical Society of Ottawa (HSO) is Ottawa’s oldest historical charlesrosier.com principal aim of the Society is to increase public knowledge of the history of Ottawa and the surrounding region through meetings, tours, awards, publications, and sponsored research.
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The Ontario Vital Statistics Project."For the purpose of this book, the Ottawa Valley means portions of the valley including (a) in Ontario: the Ottawa-Carleton Region, Renfrew County, and small portions of adjacent counties, (b) in Quebec: Thorne Township in Pontiac County and Bowman Township in Labelle County [now in Papineau County]."- .