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  • Businesses of the Almaguin Highlands
  • Schools of the Almaguin Highlands
  • Churches of The Almaguin Highlands
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  • The Streets & Buildings of Sundridge-Strong
  • Group Gatherings in Sundridge-Strong
  • In the Army Now
        During the First and Second World Wars there was a military battalion stationed and trained near Sundridge. The 162nd Battalion camped on the Paget families farm. The soldiers would live, train and march through Sundridge and the surrounding area.
      During the First and Second World Wars there was a military battalion ...
  • The Streets of Sundridge
        This photo essay is about the buildings and the streets of Sundridge. The essay shows the evolution of buildings and streets over time.
      This photo essay is about the buildings and the streets of Sundridge. ...
  • Portraiture of Sundridge
        At the turn of the 20th century photograph studios sprung up across Canada. People would dress up in their finest cloths and capture a moment of time and have a cherished memento that would sit in the home. In the village of Sundridge the local photo studio, Lily Faulkner Studio, ...
      At the turn of the 20th century photograph studios sprung up across ...
  • The Schools and Students of Sundridge
        This photo essay will provide you with a glimpse into the history of the many schools in the Sundridge-Strong area. This includes a look at the Pevensey Pioneer School, the first Sundridge School, the Consolidated School, and few other local schools.
      This photo essay will provide you with a glimpse into the history ...
  • "Church window dedicated to memory of Reg Miller", Newspaper Clipping, 1986
        Newspaper clipping of an article entitled "Church window dedicated to memory of Reg Miller." The article is about the dedication of a stained glass window in the local Presbyterian church to the memory of Reginald Miller. The article was written by Gillian Thomas of Sundridge. The image in the article ...
      Newspaper clipping of an article entitled "Church window dedicated to memory of ...
  • Newspaper Clipping of "Memorial will preserve history of pioneer Bloomfield churches"
        Clipping from The North Bay Nugget, page 14, June 29, 1984. The article is about the creation of a memorial for the pioneers and pioneer churches. In the lower right corner of the article there is a photo of a pioneer church with two cars in front of it.
      Clipping from The North Bay Nugget, page 14, June 29, 1984. The ...
  • Newspaper Clipping from 'Chit-Chat' Column, enitled "Busy Sundridge Lady"
        Newspaper clipping of the Chit Chat section of a newspaper, possibly the North Bay Nugget. It is a mini-biography of the Sundridge librarian Mrs. Roy Hill.
      Newspaper clipping of the Chit Chat section of a newspaper, possibly the ...
  • Thoughts From Memory, History of the Hill Family, Sundridge
        Eleven page history of the Hill family in Sundridge. It covers the family history, the early days of Sundridge, education of the children, and life on the farm.
      Eleven page history of the Hill family in Sundridge. It covers the ...
  • A Canadian Writer, Miss Mary S. Edgar, 1889 - 1973
        Biography of Mary S. Edgar. Covers her life and what she wrote. In addition this document also highlights Mary S. Edgar's involvement with the Canadian camping movement.
      Biography of Mary S. Edgar. Covers her life and what she wrote. ...
  • Mary S. Edgar's Contribution to the Canadian Camping Movement
        One-hundred-nine page university paper on Sundridge native Mary Edgar and her contribution to the camping movement in Canada.
      One-hundred-nine page university paper on Sundridge native Mary Edgar and her contribution ...
  • History of The Sundridge Women's Institute during World War I
        Three page history on the works of the Sundridge Women's Institute's work during the First World War. During the First World War the Sundridge Women's Institute hosted many fund-raising activities such as concerts. The money raised went to various funds such as The Patriotic Fund and the Machine Gun Fund.
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      Three page history on the works of the Sundridge Women's Institute's work ...
  • Sundridge Residents Rec*** Village First Got It's Sta***
        This is a short newspaper article examining the early history of the village of Sundridge. It was written by a man whose parents were early pioneers to the area. It begins with an account of how the village was named and contains three subheadings: "Mail By Horse," "Community Expanded" and ...
      This is a short newspaper article examining the early history of the ...
  • "From Belmont to Sterling Falls and on to Sundridge", circa 1985
        Four page travel log of Howard Anderson from his old home in Belmont to his new home in Sundridge.
      Four page travel log of Howard Anderson from his old home in ...
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