Demorestville WI Tweedsmuir - History Of The Township Of Sophiasburg
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Tweedsmuir Community History Collections (Stoney Creek, ON), [1944]-[1947]
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Demorestville WI Tweedsmuir - History Of The Township Of Sophiasburg


Demorestville WI Tweedsmuir Community History - History of the Township of Sophiasburg - Photo entitled "Tagging for Hospital, 1920 Wellington WI) - Newspaper clipping identifying Princess Sophia, daughter of George III as the namesake of Sophiasburg - Photo of Adelaide Hoodless - Clippings about 50th anniversary of WI - Photograph of Queen Elizabeth II - New Year's Greeting to Her Majesty from the FWIO, 1941 - Prince Edward County Poem - Map of Prince Edward County - "Origin of Quinte" clipping - "Lord Dorchester Invented the Name 'U.E. Loyalist'" clipping - "Prince Edward County - Its History and Romance" newspaper article, by Macaulay Pope - "Wishing Tree Subject of Paper" newspaper article - "Prince Edward County Rich in Historical Lore" newspaper article - How the Village of Demorestville got its name article, various short articles on Demorestville history - Newspaper articles from 1888 reprinted in 1947 newspaper - "Demorestville Park, W.I. Accomplishment Opens With Ceremony" article - Demorestville Hop Yards article - "Tale of an Idylist" by Wallace Havelock Robb, about Demorestville - Methodist Church anniversary service in 1947 - "Athol Township Named in Honor of Duke" article - "Northport was Founded in 1819" article - "Indians Liked Maple Sugar" article - "Our County Town" - Picton, various clippings about Picton's history - "Hay Bay Tragedy" which occurred in 1819 - "P.E. Settlers Swam their Cattle Across the St. Lawrence River" article - "Seven Allison Brothers Enemies in the Revolution" article - Article on Mrs. F.E. Howell, phone operator, honoured at Demorestville in 1946 - "Pioneer Marriage Costs One Shilling" article - "Devil was Put to Flight on Devils Hill" article - "Bay of Quinte's Wild Rice Harvest" article - "Record Recalls Big Island Poll Vote 78 Years Ago" article - "Cruising on Bay of Quinte" photo in newspaper - Historic photograph (reprinted in newspaper) of "Mr. Wellington Boulter, owner of canning factory in Prince Edward County and Demorestville" - Photograph of Harry Boulter on bicycle, youngest son of Mr. Wellington Boulter - "Industrial Opportunities Await you in Prince Edward County" article about "lush farm lands and Many Modern Canning Factories" - Photos of the fruit-growing industry in PEC - Quinte Tourism information - "Further Facts of Past and Present: Curtis Doxsee" by D.K. Redner - "Pr. Ed. Women's Institutes Have Interesting History" article about founding of the WI - W.I. Clippings: death of Mrs. Munro, Mrs. W.R. Browne - "In Memory of Emily Guest" article - "Welcome to FWIO President" article about Mrs. C. Holmes - "Demorestville WI has a Good Banquet" and "Splendid Record of Demorestville Women's Institute is Reviewed at 10th Anniversary Gathering" articles - Invitations to 10th and 25th anniversary celebrations at Demorestville W.I. - "Demorestville Celebrates 25th W.I. Anniversary; Raises $4206.63" article - "P.E. County Women's Institutes Hold Successful Convention" 1941 article - "32nd Annual Convention County Women's Institutes: Mrs. E. Gorsline, Demorestville, Elected President for Coming Year" article - "35th Annual Convention County Women's Institutes" article - "Demorestville Institute Alters Library Rules" article - "Mrs. Morton Weese, Rednersville, Addresses Demorestville WI" 1940 article - "50th Anniversary of WI is Being Celebrated" article - various Demorestville WI meeting articles printed in newspaper - "The Secretary's Farewell" poem and article about retirement of Mrs. Howard from Secretary-Treasurer position within Demorestville WI - Sheet music for Auld Lang Syne - Demorestville WI Program: 1960-61