Almaguin Highlands Digital Collection
Through the Historic Village of Dunchurch, In the year 1905
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Creators:
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Whitestone Historical Society
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Media Type:
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Item Type:
Pamphlets
Description:
Sixteen page pamphlet which was created by the Whitestone Historical Society as a walking tour guide. It covers the important historical buildings along the Main Street in Dunchurch. Sites noted in the guide include: Kelcey Hall, Burns Hotel, Willard House, Canning House, Village Store, Moulton Home & Harness Shop, Methodist Church, Presbyterian Church, Robertson House, Cheese Factory, Picnic Grounds, Crisp House, Wye House, Grange Store, Todd House, S.S.#1 Dunchurch, Johnson House, Buchanan's Store, Robertson's Store, Temperance Hotel, French House, Anglican Church, Sawmill, Bridge over the Narrows & Homewood House.
Notes:
Created by the Whitestone Historical Society.
Publisher:
Whitestone Historical Society
Place of Publication:
Dunchurch
Pagination:
p. 16
Date of Original:
circa 2000
Date Of Event:
1905
Subject(s):
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 45.65009 Longitude: -79.84965
Donor:
Whitestone Historical Society
Creative Commons licence:
by-nc [more details]
Copyright Statement:
Protected by copyright: Uses other than research or private study require the permission of the rightsholder(s). Responsibility for obtaining permissions and for any use rests exclusively with the user.
Copyright Date:
2000
Terms of Use:
For educational purposes only
Reproduction Notes:
For educational purposes only
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Through the Historic Village of Dunchurch, In the year 1905


Sixteen page pamphlet which was created by the Whitestone Historical Society as a walking tour guide. It covers the important historical buildings along the Main Street in Dunchurch. Sites noted in the guide include: Kelcey Hall, Burns Hotel, Willard House, Canning House, Village Store, Moulton Home & Harness Shop, Methodist Church, Presbyterian Church, Robertson House, Cheese Factory, Picnic Grounds, Crisp House, Wye House, Grange Store, Todd House, S.S.#1 Dunchurch, Johnson House, Buchanan's Store, Robertson's Store, Temperance Hotel, French House, Anglican Church, Sawmill, Bridge over the Narrows & Homewood House.