White Lake WI Tweedsmuir Community History - Volume 1
Publication:
Tweedsmuir Community History Collections (Stoney Creek, ON), [ca. 1965]-[ca. 1981]
:


Description
Creator:
White Lake Women's Institute, Creator
Media Type:
Text
Image
Genealogical Resource
Item Type:
Scrapbooks
Description:
White Lake Tweedsmuir Community History Volume 1 of 1

White Lake village is located in eastern Ontario on the north easterly end of White Lake, one of the largest lakes in Ontario. The White Lake WI was formed in 1915. This volume is composed of 8 file folders of notes, clippings, and photos, rather than in a bound volume. Most of the information is community related, rather than specifically WI related, although there are some WI photos and articles particularly related to their 50th anniversary and the history of their building. There is no table of contents or index.
Brief Summary of Contents:
1. History of Scottish settlement, starting in 1830, including an account of “The Life of a Pioneer Mother”, etc
2. Common surnames mentioned in this volume: Cameron, Campbell, Duff, Ferguson, McKay, McLachlan, McNab, McNevin, Stewart, Robertson, and others
3. Farm and/or house histories: Campbell, Jones, Langford, Majaury, McKay, McNab, Morphy, Stewart, and others.
4. Histories of businesses: Cheese Factory, Blacksmith Shop, Jones Garage, Ice Cutting, sawmill, grist mill, carding mill, General Store and others
5. Community: Schools, Churches, Library, Waba Museum, Post Office and others
6. Many Newspaper clippings, [obituaries, accidents, celebrations, etc]
7. Many photos
Publisher:
Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario (FWIO)
Dates:
[ca. 1965]-[ca. 1981]
Subject(s):
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 45.36681 Longitude: -76.4994
Creative Commons licence:
by-nc-nd [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 Holder:
Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario (FWIO)
Location of Original:
Arnprior & McNab/Braeside Archives/member's home
Terms of Use:
For commercial use, please contact copyright holder for permission and details
Reproduction Notes:
Contact the holder of the original. If the book is in a member’s home, please contact the copyright holder.
Contact
Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario
 
 
 

552 Ridge Road
Stoney Creek, ON L8J 2Y6
905-662-2691

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White Lake WI Tweedsmuir Community History - Volume 1


White Lake Tweedsmuir Community History Volume 1 of 1

White Lake village is located in eastern Ontario on the north easterly end of White Lake, one of the largest lakes in Ontario. The White Lake WI was formed in 1915. This volume is composed of 8 file folders of notes, clippings, and photos, rather than in a bound volume. Most of the information is community related, rather than specifically WI related, although there are some WI photos and articles particularly related to their 50th anniversary and the history of their building. There is no table of contents or index.
Brief Summary of Contents:
1. History of Scottish settlement, starting in 1830, including an account of “The Life of a Pioneer Mother”, etc
2. Common surnames mentioned in this volume: Cameron, Campbell, Duff, Ferguson, McKay, McLachlan, McNab, McNevin, Stewart, Robertson, and others
3. Farm and/or house histories: Campbell, Jones, Langford, Majaury, McKay, McNab, Morphy, Stewart, and others.
4. Histories of businesses: Cheese Factory, Blacksmith Shop, Jones Garage, Ice Cutting, sawmill, grist mill, carding mill, General Store and others
5. Community: Schools, Churches, Library, Waba Museum, Post Office and others
6. Many Newspaper clippings, [obituaries, accidents, celebrations, etc]
7. Many photos