Bloomfield WI Tweedsmuir Community History, Volume 2
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Tweedsmuir Community History Collections (Stoney Creek, ON), [1953]-[1987]
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Bloomfield WI Tweedsmuir Community History, Volume 1, part 2 of 2

Women's Institutes:
- Early families: McCartney
- Lord and Lady Tweedsmuir
- Adelaide Hoodless
- "Hands" (magazine) join hands with the Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario in a contest open to crafters anywhere in Canada, 1986, by Isobel Warren
- History of Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead
- History of the Erland Lee (Museum) Home
- Map of Prince Edward County
- Early history of the Bloomfield WI, organized in 1908, written in 1964
- Pinecrest Memorial School Citizenship Award winners: 1978-1986
- Bloomfield WI Presidents photographs, from founding to 1986
- Bloomfield WI Secretary-Treasurers, from founding to 1980s
- Biographies of Mrs. J.M. Jackson (nee Vera Ackerman)
- Women of Bloomfield Seek $900 for Hospital, 1953
- Bloomfield WI sponsors a garden tour, 1953
- 60th Anniversary Tea, 1968, Bloomfield WI
- 25th Anniversary of Bloomfield WI, 1933
- 70th Anniversary of Bloomfield WI, 1978
- Bloomfield WI Lilac Tea, 1966
- Bloomfield U.C.W. Tea and Sale, Christmas 1966
- Bloomfield WI Hosts 'Community Meeting'
- Bloomfield WI Historic Quilt, 1967
- Tweedsmuir Histories Workshop, 1972
- District Annual, 1975
- November 1981 meeting of the Prince Edward Historical Society discusses making a 'house log' to track the history of a home
- April 1981 meeting of the Prince Edward Historical Society features a WI demonstration of Tweedsmuir histories
- May 1981 Bloomfield WI meeting, members honoured with awards and life memberships
- 75th Anniversary of Bloomfield WI, 1983
- Visit to Erland Lee Museum, 1984
- Tweedsmuir History Tea, Bloomfield Hall, 1984
- Bloomfield WI Enjoys Quilt Display, 1984
- Ontario Ministry of Agriculture Short Courses, 1986-87

History of Bloomfield:
- Early Settlers, farms
- Grist mill, tannery, cheese factory, woolen mills, brick plant
- Schools
- Churches: Methodist Church, Quaker churches, Universalist, Salvation Army Barracks
- hop-growing
- canning industry
- Bloomfield Packing Company
- Carriage Factory
- Purebred cattle-raising
- Post Office
- Bloomfield Asheries
- Facts and Fiction about Picton's 'Bungled Hanging' of '84 (1884)
- Benson Canning Factory, 1908
- The Baxter Family
- History of the Baxter Canning Co. Limited
- History of Bloomfield Cheese Factory
- Maple Inn
- Early Milling in Bloomfield: Coopers Mill
- History of Doctors in Bloomfield
- Bloomfield Library
- Bloomfield 1951--a milestone in history (closer to 2000 than 1900)
- History of Bloomfield Postal Service and First Railway
- Agriculture in Bloomfield
- Reeves and Councillors of Bloomfield
- 1967 Centennial Council Meeting
- Retirement of Arthur Moore, former Warden of Prince Edward County, 1979
- Charles Fraleigh retirement, 1977
- John Mallory retirement, 1976
- Shirley Vincent becomes new Clerk-Treasurer, 1977
- New streetlights in Bloomfield, 1975
- Project "Educentre," 1975
- Mill Pond opens, 1976
- Heavy Snowstorm, 1979
- A Vietnamese family moves to Bloomfield, 1979
- The Alice Dunning Home
- Crowley family opens fast food restaurant
- The DeGroffe Business
- Moore's Grocery
- Harold Cleave's hardware store
- Tributes paid to bus drivers for 50 years accident-free
- Mrs Eyleen Smith, a woman who dug graves for 1000 people in the cemetery
- death of Mabel Kleinsteuber
- The Isaiah Tubbs and Someplace(s) Different, 1987

Farm and House Histories:
- Century farms in Prince Edward County
- History of Philip Clark Home
- The Matthie Home
- The Mallory Farm
- Mossman Home
- The Bull Farm
- The Talcott Family
- The Hagerman Farm
- The John Baker House
- The Cleave Home
- Marsh Clark Home

- Plaque unveiled, 1964, site of the former 125-year old Quaker Boarding School
- Roll of Honour: WWI, WWII
- The Bloomfield War Emergency Committee
- Religions of Bloomfield
- Methodism in Bloomfield
- United Church Women
- Quaker Churches
- Bloomfield Cemeteries
- Universalist Church, Bloomfield
- Bloomfield Standard Church
- Christian Reformed Church
- Church Events in Bloomfield, 1970s
Publisher:
Federated Women’s Institutes of Ontario
Dates:
[1953]-[1987]
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Local identifier:
A2005.087.002-2390
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    fltLatitude: 43.98342
    Latitude: 43.98342 Longitude: -77.23276
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by-nc-nd [more details]
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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:
County of Prince Edward Archives
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For commercial use, please contact copyright holder for permission and details.
Reproduction Notes:
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Bloomfield WI Tweedsmuir Community History, Volume 2


Bloomfield WI Tweedsmuir Community History, Volume 1, part 2 of 2

Women's Institutes:
- Early families: McCartney
- Lord and Lady Tweedsmuir
- Adelaide Hoodless
- "Hands" (magazine) join hands with the Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario in a contest open to crafters anywhere in Canada, 1986, by Isobel Warren
- History of Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Homestead
- History of the Erland Lee (Museum) Home
- Map of Prince Edward County
- Early history of the Bloomfield WI, organized in 1908, written in 1964
- Pinecrest Memorial School Citizenship Award winners: 1978-1986
- Bloomfield WI Presidents photographs, from founding to 1986
- Bloomfield WI Secretary-Treasurers, from founding to 1980s
- Biographies of Mrs. J.M. Jackson (nee Vera Ackerman)
- Women of Bloomfield Seek $900 for Hospital, 1953
- Bloomfield WI sponsors a garden tour, 1953
- 60th Anniversary Tea, 1968, Bloomfield WI
- 25th Anniversary of Bloomfield WI, 1933
- 70th Anniversary of Bloomfield WI, 1978
- Bloomfield WI Lilac Tea, 1966
- Bloomfield U.C.W. Tea and Sale, Christmas 1966
- Bloomfield WI Hosts 'Community Meeting'
- Bloomfield WI Historic Quilt, 1967
- Tweedsmuir Histories Workshop, 1972
- District Annual, 1975
- November 1981 meeting of the Prince Edward Historical Society discusses making a 'house log' to track the history of a home
- April 1981 meeting of the Prince Edward Historical Society features a WI demonstration of Tweedsmuir histories
- May 1981 Bloomfield WI meeting, members honoured with awards and life memberships
- 75th Anniversary of Bloomfield WI, 1983
- Visit to Erland Lee Museum, 1984
- Tweedsmuir History Tea, Bloomfield Hall, 1984
- Bloomfield WI Enjoys Quilt Display, 1984
- Ontario Ministry of Agriculture Short Courses, 1986-87

History of Bloomfield:
- Early Settlers, farms
- Grist mill, tannery, cheese factory, woolen mills, brick plant
- Schools
- Churches: Methodist Church, Quaker churches, Universalist, Salvation Army Barracks
- hop-growing
- canning industry
- Bloomfield Packing Company
- Carriage Factory
- Purebred cattle-raising
- Post Office
- Bloomfield Asheries
- Facts and Fiction about Picton's 'Bungled Hanging' of '84 (1884)
- Benson Canning Factory, 1908
- The Baxter Family
- History of the Baxter Canning Co. Limited
- History of Bloomfield Cheese Factory
- Maple Inn
- Early Milling in Bloomfield: Coopers Mill
- History of Doctors in Bloomfield
- Bloomfield Library
- Bloomfield 1951--a milestone in history (closer to 2000 than 1900)
- History of Bloomfield Postal Service and First Railway
- Agriculture in Bloomfield
- Reeves and Councillors of Bloomfield
- 1967 Centennial Council Meeting
- Retirement of Arthur Moore, former Warden of Prince Edward County, 1979
- Charles Fraleigh retirement, 1977
- John Mallory retirement, 1976
- Shirley Vincent becomes new Clerk-Treasurer, 1977
- New streetlights in Bloomfield, 1975
- Project "Educentre," 1975
- Mill Pond opens, 1976
- Heavy Snowstorm, 1979
- A Vietnamese family moves to Bloomfield, 1979
- The Alice Dunning Home
- Crowley family opens fast food restaurant
- The DeGroffe Business
- Moore's Grocery
- Harold Cleave's hardware store
- Tributes paid to bus drivers for 50 years accident-free
- Mrs Eyleen Smith, a woman who dug graves for 1000 people in the cemetery
- death of Mabel Kleinsteuber
- The Isaiah Tubbs and Someplace(s) Different, 1987

Farm and House Histories:
- Century farms in Prince Edward County
- History of Philip Clark Home
- The Matthie Home
- The Mallory Farm
- Mossman Home
- The Bull Farm
- The Talcott Family
- The Hagerman Farm
- The John Baker House
- The Cleave Home
- Marsh Clark Home

- Plaque unveiled, 1964, site of the former 125-year old Quaker Boarding School
- Roll of Honour: WWI, WWII
- The Bloomfield War Emergency Committee
- Religions of Bloomfield
- Methodism in Bloomfield
- United Church Women
- Quaker Churches
- Bloomfield Cemeteries
- Universalist Church, Bloomfield
- Bloomfield Standard Church
- Christian Reformed Church
- Church Events in Bloomfield, 1970s