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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
Text
Image
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
Contact
Whitestone-Hagerman Memorial PL
Email:whitestonelibrary@vianet.ca
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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.