Winona WI Tweedsmuir Community History, Volume 1, Part 1
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Description
Creator
Winona Women's Institute, Creator
Media Type
Text
Object
Item Type
Scrapbooks
Description
This is a disorganized draft version of a Tweedsmuir history with handwritten notes and outlines throughout.
- The Forward from Lady Tweedsmuir
- Table of Contents
- Photo and Info about Erland Lee and Christina Smith
- Description of Winona
- The First Division of Territory
- Winona Women’s Institute
- Indians, Forests, and Planting
- Map of Lincoln, Haldimand, Welland, Wentworth, and Halton, 1850
- Roads
- Tollgates
- Railroads
- The Electric Railroad that Never was
- Map of Saltfleet
- Map of Crown Grants, 1796-1816
- Crown Land list
- Winona, laid out as a Town site from plan in Wentworth Atlas of 1875
- Map of Winona, 1875

Pioneer Settlers
- Nathaniel Pettit, U.E.
- Elijah Chambers
- Levi Lewis
- Jacob Smith Sr. and Jr.
- John Smith
- John Wesley Smith
- Biographical Sketch of Silas Smith, July 1952
- Gershom Carpenter

- Game hunting
- Industries
- Fifty United Church
- St. John’s Anglican Church
- Winona Gospel Church
- Letter from ?? to Miss Carter about the Winona School, 1949
- Winona School House

Old Homes
- Lewis House
- Geddes Home
- John Smith House
- J.W. Smith House
- Inglehart/Carpenter House

- Photographs of Red Cross work, 1943
- Winona Horticultural Society
- Winona Red Cross Description and history
- Honour Roll of Winona Men who died in WWI
- Photos of Winona soldiers
- Photo of Winona Patriotic Association
- Winona Scout Troop
- Stores
- Inns
- List of some early settlers in this district
- “The Niagara Escarpment, some of its Falls, Creeks, and Mills”
- Philander Barnes
- Letter to Winona WI members about October, 1949 meeting
- Notice of November 1949 meeting of Winona WI
- Notice of December 1949 meeting of Winona WI
- Notice of January 1950 meeting of Winona WI
- Notice of February 1950 meeting of Winona WI
- Notice of March 1950 meeting of Winona WI
- Notice of April 1950 meeting of Winona WI
- Notice of May 1950 meeting of Winona WI
- Notice of June 1950 meeting of Winona WI
- Winona Post Office
- Addition to the History of Winona Branch, 1972-77, by Nora Carpenter, Curator
- Addition to the History of Winona Branch WI, 1967-72
- Special Women’s Institute Issue “For Home and Country” The Stoney Creek News, August 6, 1953
- Letters from Gertrude Smith to Mrs Carter regarding early settlers of Winona, 1949
- List of Presidents and Secretary-Treasurers of Winona WI, 1929-1982
- Letter of invitation to the Missionary Sunday Service held at Fifty United Church, 1964
- Notes from minutes of Winona WI meetings, 1961, 1960, 1959, 1958, 1957, 1956, 1962, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952,
- Program from Remembrance Day Ceremony, 1976
- FWIO Annual Donations Report for Public Relations Officers at Branch, District, or Area Level filled out and submitted by Mrs. Hugh Flatt of Winona Branch
- Report of Winona Women’s Institute on Public Relations, 1964-65
- Current Events: Winona Community Park
- South Wentworth District, Winona Branch, Public Relations, 1964-65
- Stoney Creek Charter Members, written in 1951
- Meeting minutes of Winona WI, 1900, 1901, 1902, 1904, 1905, 1906, typewritten
- Handwritten report of Winona WI, 1936-37
- Napkin from 50th anniversary of Winona WI
Dates
[1961]-[1982]
Subject(s)
Local identifier
x999.014.001
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.20011 Longitude: -79.64962
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Copyright Holder
Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario (FWIO)
Location of Original
Erland Lee (Museum) Home
Terms of Use
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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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Winona WI Tweedsmuir Community History, Volume 1, Part 1


This is a disorganized draft version of a Tweedsmuir history with handwritten notes and outlines throughout.
- The Forward from Lady Tweedsmuir
- Table of Contents
- Photo and Info about Erland Lee and Christina Smith
- Description of Winona
- The First Division of Territory
- Winona Women’s Institute
- Indians, Forests, and Planting
- Map of Lincoln, Haldimand, Welland, Wentworth, and Halton, 1850
- Roads
- Tollgates
- Railroads
- The Electric Railroad that Never was
- Map of Saltfleet
- Map of Crown Grants, 1796-1816
- Crown Land list
- Winona, laid out as a Town site from plan in Wentworth Atlas of 1875
- Map of Winona, 1875

Pioneer Settlers
- Nathaniel Pettit, U.E.
- Elijah Chambers
- Levi Lewis
- Jacob Smith Sr. and Jr.
- John Smith
- John Wesley Smith
- Biographical Sketch of Silas Smith, July 1952
- Gershom Carpenter

- Game hunting
- Industries
- Fifty United Church
- St. John’s Anglican Church
- Winona Gospel Church
- Letter from ?? to Miss Carter about the Winona School, 1949
- Winona School House

Old Homes
- Lewis House
- Geddes Home
- John Smith House
- J.W. Smith House
- Inglehart/Carpenter House

- Photographs of Red Cross work, 1943
- Winona Horticultural Society
- Winona Red Cross Description and history
- Honour Roll of Winona Men who died in WWI
- Photos of Winona soldiers
- Photo of Winona Patriotic Association
- Winona Scout Troop
- Stores
- Inns
- List of some early settlers in this district
- “The Niagara Escarpment, some of its Falls, Creeks, and Mills”
- Philander Barnes
- Letter to Winona WI members about October, 1949 meeting
- Notice of November 1949 meeting of Winona WI
- Notice of December 1949 meeting of Winona WI
- Notice of January 1950 meeting of Winona WI
- Notice of February 1950 meeting of Winona WI
- Notice of March 1950 meeting of Winona WI
- Notice of April 1950 meeting of Winona WI
- Notice of May 1950 meeting of Winona WI
- Notice of June 1950 meeting of Winona WI
- Winona Post Office
- Addition to the History of Winona Branch, 1972-77, by Nora Carpenter, Curator
- Addition to the History of Winona Branch WI, 1967-72
- Special Women’s Institute Issue “For Home and Country” The Stoney Creek News, August 6, 1953
- Letters from Gertrude Smith to Mrs Carter regarding early settlers of Winona, 1949
- List of Presidents and Secretary-Treasurers of Winona WI, 1929-1982
- Letter of invitation to the Missionary Sunday Service held at Fifty United Church, 1964
- Notes from minutes of Winona WI meetings, 1961, 1960, 1959, 1958, 1957, 1956, 1962, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1944, 1945, 1946, 1947, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952,
- Program from Remembrance Day Ceremony, 1976
- FWIO Annual Donations Report for Public Relations Officers at Branch, District, or Area Level filled out and submitted by Mrs. Hugh Flatt of Winona Branch
- Report of Winona Women’s Institute on Public Relations, 1964-65
- Current Events: Winona Community Park
- South Wentworth District, Winona Branch, Public Relations, 1964-65
- Stoney Creek Charter Members, written in 1951
- Meeting minutes of Winona WI, 1900, 1901, 1902, 1904, 1905, 1906, typewritten
- Handwritten report of Winona WI, 1936-37
- Napkin from 50th anniversary of Winona WI