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Claybelt Tapestry Series
Other Local Histories
Agricultural Temiskaming 1910 A reprint of the 1910 book used to draw settlers to Temiskaming.
Cobalt Mining Times Remembered by William (Bill) Sutton. Stories from the Cobalt mining camp by Bill Sutton relive and at the same time preserve what life was like in the mining days of Cobalt.
Easter Water by Sara Lee Burke. Rich in the history of the period and the nostalgia of life far removed from the way we live today. It is a funny and touching look back, with lessons about courage and faith to guide our looking forward.
The Great Fire of 1922, A Centennial Retrospective by Deborah Ranchuk for the Haileybury Heritage Museum.The Great Fire of 1922 left an indelible mark on the history of the Temiskaming area. The devastation made it one of the ten worst disasters in Canadian history. On this 100th anniversary of the fire, this book preserves the memories of that historic event, mainly from the first person accounts of the survivors.
Harley Township Through The Years Topics include the development of the township, the hamlets located in the township, and many family stories
Hilliard School Reunion July 2, 2016 Compiled for the reunion in 2016, there are photos and memories captured for all.
The History of Hilliard 1910-2004 Includes information on the settlement and homesteading, lumbering, agricultural development, schools, lot history and quotes from the people of Hilliard Township.
I'd Do Most Of It Again by Ron Bailey. Ron Bailey captures some of the most significant parts of his life in this autobiography. Ron has been a woodsman, mechanic, teacher, farmer, college lecturer and professor who began work at the age of 15 and continued until retiring at the age of 75. $30.00
Immigrant in Porupine and his later Journal by Magne E. Stortroen. Ron Bailey captures some of the most significant parts of his life in this autobiography. Ron has been a woodsman, mechanic, teacher, farmer, college lecturer and professor who began work at the age of 15 and continued until retiring at the age of 75. $30.00
"I've Got To Stop Here Until I'm Called For" A History of Hudson Township compiled by by Norman R. Hawirko and Margaret Arnott.
Kerns Township A History of Kerns Township compiled by the Milberta Community Women and the Little Claybelt Homesteaders Museum.
A Place Called Krugerdorf by Herb Kruger. The development and the decline of many, in fact most, of the communities that sprang up in New Ontario in the early 1900s is evident wherever one travels throughout the north. The chosen area for this narrative about the four corners of the township's Pacaud, Catherine, Marter and Chamberlain that became a place called Krugerdorf in 1907, is one of many that could be told of the 'rise and fall' of these settlements. $20.00
Memories From Milberta Alexander Memorial United Church by Jim Runnalls. Includes history of Milberta and the church. Many photos of past members of the congregation and a complete list of the past ministers.
Milberta S.S.#1A Kerns 1900-1961 Includes a history of the school, a list of the teachers, many photos of students and teachers, and information taken from various sources which mentions events and students from Milberta School over its sixty years.
Northern Calling, The Northern Telephone Story by John R. Hunt. Covers the inception and first 90 years history of Northern Telephone in Temiskaming.
1157 Stephen Lafricain, The Grand Old Man of the River by Bruce W. Taylor. Stephen Lafricain was born in 1837, and in his 99 years witnessed much history in both Canada and the United States, including treaty signing, the decline of the fur trade, the opening of northeastern Ontario to great mineral wealth. Well worth the read, and the history. $15.00
We Were There, McCool School, Kerns Township Memories from a reunion in August 1992 written by a group of people on the reunion committee. Includes the history of the school, the names of many of the teachers and students, and written memories from many of the former students.