Pinkerton WI Tweedsmuir Community History, Volume 1
Publication
Tweedsmuir Community History Collections (Stoney Creek, ON), [1959]-[1986]
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Description
Creator
Pinkerton Women's Institute, Creator
Media Type
Text
Image
Item Type
Scrapbooks
Description
Pinkerton WI Tweedsmuir Community History, Volume 1

- Pinkerton Village and the Surrounding Community, by Gordon Pinkerton
- Pinkerton 1867-1876
- Pinkerton Public School, by Miss Ena MacKenzie and Mrs. Victor Metcalfe
- St. Paul's Anglican Church, by Mrs. Joe Fitzsimmons
- Knox Presbyterian Church, by Mrs. Norman Alexander
- Alexander Family and Farm, by Mrs. Wilmer Alexander
- Gordon Pinkerton Farm, by Gordon Pinkerton
- Victor Metcalfe Home, by Mrs. Victor Metcalfe
- Lloyd Pinkerton Farm, by Lloyd Pinkerton
- Bell Farm, by Mrs. John Bell
- Albert Elphick Farm, by Mrs. Albert Elphick
- Norman Alexander Farm, by Mrs. Norman Alexander
- Narva School, by Miss Alexia E. Moffat and Mrs. Carlotta E. Moffatt
- Charles Fitzsimmons Farm, by Mrs. Phoebe Fitzsimmons
- Robert Reid Farm, by Mrs. Ruth Reid
- Dolph Wilson Farm, by Mrs. Bess Wilson
- Harry Metcalf Farm, by Mrs. Stella Metcalf
- Joseph Fitzsimmons Farm, by Mrs. Sadie Fitzsimmons
- Pinkerton Public Library, by Miss Alma Reid
- Arthur Garland Farm, by William Garland
- Elphick Farm, by Mrs. Aileen Elphick
- Pinkerton Women's Institute
- Donald Garland Farm, by T.H. Garland
- Wellington Campbell Farm
- Willard Metcalf Farm
- Taylor Farm
- Wilfred Houston Farm (grass)
- Ida Gregg Farm
- Houston Farm
- Ogle Needham Farm
- Bevin Gregg Farm
- Veerman Lot
- Greenock Swamp, by Linda Gottschalk
Publisher
Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario (FWIO)
Dates
[1959]-[1986]
Subject(s)
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.15011 Longitude: -79.64963
Copyright Statement
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Copyright Holder
Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario (FWIO)
Location of Original
Bruce County Museum
Terms of Use
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Reproduction Notes
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Contact
Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario
 
 
 
552 Ridge Road
Stoney Creek, ON L8J 2Y6
905-662-2691
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Pinkerton WI Tweedsmuir Community History, Volume 1


Pinkerton WI Tweedsmuir Community History, Volume 1

- Pinkerton Village and the Surrounding Community, by Gordon Pinkerton
- Pinkerton 1867-1876
- Pinkerton Public School, by Miss Ena MacKenzie and Mrs. Victor Metcalfe
- St. Paul's Anglican Church, by Mrs. Joe Fitzsimmons
- Knox Presbyterian Church, by Mrs. Norman Alexander
- Alexander Family and Farm, by Mrs. Wilmer Alexander
- Gordon Pinkerton Farm, by Gordon Pinkerton
- Victor Metcalfe Home, by Mrs. Victor Metcalfe
- Lloyd Pinkerton Farm, by Lloyd Pinkerton
- Bell Farm, by Mrs. John Bell
- Albert Elphick Farm, by Mrs. Albert Elphick
- Norman Alexander Farm, by Mrs. Norman Alexander
- Narva School, by Miss Alexia E. Moffat and Mrs. Carlotta E. Moffatt
- Charles Fitzsimmons Farm, by Mrs. Phoebe Fitzsimmons
- Robert Reid Farm, by Mrs. Ruth Reid
- Dolph Wilson Farm, by Mrs. Bess Wilson
- Harry Metcalf Farm, by Mrs. Stella Metcalf
- Joseph Fitzsimmons Farm, by Mrs. Sadie Fitzsimmons
- Pinkerton Public Library, by Miss Alma Reid
- Arthur Garland Farm, by William Garland
- Elphick Farm, by Mrs. Aileen Elphick
- Pinkerton Women's Institute
- Donald Garland Farm, by T.H. Garland
- Wellington Campbell Farm
- Willard Metcalf Farm
- Taylor Farm
- Wilfred Houston Farm (grass)
- Ida Gregg Farm
- Houston Farm
- Ogle Needham Farm
- Bevin Gregg Farm
- Veerman Lot
- Greenock Swamp, by Linda Gottschalk