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BOOK - A History of North Monaghan Township 1817-1989
By North Monaghan Historical Research Committee; Alta Whitfield, Chairman

Hardcover... 30.00 (C$)

This is a story about people, their hopes, their struggles, their dissappointments, and their successes. It is the story of the historic development of the township of North Managhan during one hundred and seventy years.

The original surveys of North monaghan show that it was originally surveyed in the summers of 1817 and 1818. The monaghan of 1817 was situated in the southwest corner of Peterborough County - bounded on the north by Smith Township, on the west by Cavan Township, on the east by the Otanabee River, and on the south by Rice Lake.

A History of North Monaghan Township 1817-1989 is a comprehensive history of the area with a strong emphasis on individual members of the community. An ideal resource for the family historian with roots in Monaghan Township.

Contents include:
  • Foreword
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgements
  • In the Beginning
  • Settlers Who Followed
  • Churches, Cemeteries, Lodges
  • School Bells
  • Municiple Government
  • Our Industrious Settlers
  • Transportation and Communication
  • Military Memories
  • The Social Side
  • Our Homes
  • Memories, Quips, Poems
  • Appedices
    • Reeves, Deputy Reeves, Councillors, County Wardens
    • Teachers
    • Original Landowners, Part Lot Owners, 1988 Landowners
    • Maps - Annexations
    • Bibliography
336 Pages
8.75 X 11.25"
Lists
Index
Illustrations
Maps
Photos (B&W and colour)
Hardcover (the photo of the book on this page does not do it justice. Book is in dark green premium covering with gold stamping -- a very attractive book)
Published by North Monaghan Historical Research Committee, 1990
ISBN 0-9694335-0-6





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