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BOOK - Nassagaweya, A History of Campbellville and Surrounding Area; Its Land and People
By Campbellville Historical Society. 2006 Reprint by Nasagiweya Historical Society

Softcover... 49.95 (C$)

This new printing of Nassagaweya, A History of Campbellville and Surrounding Area is an essential resource for everyone with an interest in Nassagaweya Township in Halton County, Ontario and its families.

Table of Contents
    Chapter 1 - General History
    Chapter 2 - Nassagaweya
    • Agriculture
    • Mills: saw, grist, woollen and Lime kilns
    • Roads
    • Municipal Government
    • Military
    • Crawford Lake
    Chapter 3 - Farm Histories
    • Concession 1
    • Concession 2
    • Concession 3
    • Concession 4
    • Concession 5
    • Concession 6
    Chapter 4 - Campbellville
    • Campbell Avenue and Campbell Heights
    • Main Street and Campbellville Estates
    Chapter 5 - Churches
    • Anglican
    • Methodist
    • Presbyterian
    • Roman Catholic
    • Campbellville Burying Ground
    Chapter 6 - Education - Schools:
    • School Section #1
    • School Section #2
    • School Section #3
    • School Section #6
    • School Section #7
    • School Section #10
    Chapter 7 - Clubs and Organizations:
    • Agricultural Society
    • Orange Lodge
    • Women's Institute
    • Women's Patriotic Society
    • Masonic Lodge
    • Lions Club
    • Guides, Brownies and Rangers
    • Scouts, Cubs, Beavers and Venturers
    • 4-H Agricultural Clubs
    • 4-H Homemakers
    • Campbellville Historical Society
    Chapter 8 - Services and Utilities:
  • Medical
  • Veterinary
  • Bell Telephone
  • Fire Insurance
  • Banking
  • Postal
  • Hydro
  • Bread Delivery
  • Halton Region Conservation Authority
  • Museum
  • North West Halton Voluntary Services
  • Recycling - SPIN
  • Fire Sub-Station
  • Chapter 9 - Sports
    • Baseball
    • Baseball Club Women's Auxiliary
    • Halton Sportsmen's Association
    • Tennis Club
    Patrons
    Miscellaneous Pictures
    Maps
    Index
This is a 2006 second printing of the book that was originally published in 1981 by the Campbellvile Historical Society. The 1981 book was published under ISBN 0-88925-263-7.

This new 2006 edition was reprinted by the Nasagiwaya Historical Society under ISBN 09780957-1-5.

340 pages; 8.5 X 11"; soft cover; coil-bound; index; pictures; maps; illus; ISBN 09780957-1-5





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