Oakland Township: Two Hundred Years - Volume 1
- Rammage, Stuart, Author
- Media Type
- Item Type
- This book documents the history of Oakland Township, written for its bicentennial. In nearly 2000 pages it documents the Township's history in very great detail, providing information on a variety of aspects of Township life. It is divided into five volumes, the final two made up of two parts each. The book's index is available in Volume 5 Part II; however, each volume is searchable on its own.
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Volume 1 contains seven chapters, covering the following subjects:
Chapter 1: Before the Settlement
Chapter 2: Surveying the Gore
Chapter 3: Colonization
Chapter 4: Harnessing Malcolm's Creek
Chapter 5: Arteries to Development
Chapter 6: Nineteenth Century Development
Chapter 7: Early Tradesmen
- This copy of the book was scanned from Rammage's original typed manuscript, and contains previously unpublished colour illustrations.
- Date of Publication
- Local identifier
- 971.347 RAM V. 1
- Stuart Rammage Collection
- Language of Item
- Geographic Coverage
Latitude: 43.0334 Longitude: -80.34967
- Provided by the descendants of Stuart Rammage.
- 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.
- Recommended Citation
- Rammage, Stuart. (1993). Oakland Township: Two Hundred Years. Volume 1. Unpublished manuscript. Retrieved from http://images.ourontario.ca/brant/details.asp?ID=75674
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