Mountain View WI Tweedsmuir Community History, Volume 2
Publication:
Tweedsmuir Community History Collections (Stoney Creek, ON), [1987]-[2016]
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Mountain View WI Tweedsmuir Community History, Volume 2

- Copy of "The Constitution and By-Laws of The Woman's Institute, As Written by Janet Lee and Adopted at Stoney Creek February 25th, 1897"
- Booklet, "Mission on Grape Island" by Richard Boehme, 7th Town Historical Society, about the settlement of Grape Island beginning in 1824
- Photograph of Massassauga Church
- Hand-drawn maps of Huff's Island, 1878 & 1951

Hand-written history of Huff's Island and its early settlement by Europeans
- Soloman Huff, Paul Huff, Abraham Huff, James Huff, Peter Huff, Alger Huff, George Huff, Albert Huff
- Lumber industry
- Land ownership
- John Huycke, Adolphustown
- Rev. John Roof/Roaf (?), Toronto
- John Dew and Jas Nightingale
- Lawrence Hall, and his four sons and two daughters
- John Nightingale and Olive Wallbridge
- Joseph Nightingale
- Thomas Nightingale
- Elias Wallbridge
- Mr Lewis Conklin
- John Barber, Albert Delong
- James Latimer, and son John

Handwritten account of Huff's Island Bridges
- First bridge built in 1899
- How the island copes with rising water covering the bridge
- New bridge built in 1948-49
- Brief account of First Nations occupation on the islands in the area
- Buildings disappearing on Grape Island
- Various owners of the island: Mr. Cole, Mr. Williams, etc.
- Mr Wallbridge builds a butter factory

Handwritten account of Huff's Island School
- The first public school was built on land owned by Alger Huff
- First school meeting held on January 9th, 1878
- Trustees elected: Joseph Nightingale, Albert Huff, and James Latimer
- The first teacher in the school was Miss S.C. Gardner followed by Miss Maggie Rowe and then Ida Fox

Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte (typewritten personal account-no author)
- First settlers; histories of farm and lot ownership
- Sir Richard Cartwright
- Peter Delong
- David Delong
- John Barber
- Simon Delong; Simon Henry Delong
- Angus MacLaughlin
- William Mitchell
- James Forsyth
- Peter Huff
- Oldest intact (at time of writing) house built possibly around 1854 or earlier
- John Hyuck of Adolphustown
- Rev. John Rolf/John Rolf the Younger
- John Dew/James Nightingale
- Charles Corsair
- Lewis Conklin
- James Latimer
- Simon DeLong
- Jake Ryerson DeLong
- Elwood DeLong

Handwritten account of Huff's Island S.S. and Church
- Before the church was built, services and Sunday School were held in the school, dating back to 1829
- Elder Case used part of Grape Island as a mission to Chippewa First Nations people
- Mr. DeLong, Mr. Conklin, and Alger Huff were active in the church from 1876 to 1900
- At time of writing, the minister visits each Sunday to give services

- Photograph of Huff Island School, no date
- List of students in the photograph of Huff Island School (above)
- Another photo of Huff Island School
- A photo of a bridge on Huff Island (presumably)
- Group Photo: World War I - "Pajama Project" Wellington Howell Farm on Valley Rd
- Photos of a biplane on Second Farm East of Huff's Island School
- Map, "Huff's Island, Ameliasburgh, 1849" including occupant names and lots
- Group photo, early 1900s: Names include Thompson, Anderson, Stafford, Potter, Pymer
- Aerial photograph of Mountain View Airport

Essay: RCAF Station Mountain View - The War Years and More
- Mountain View the Years from 1952 until the Present
- Mountain View the Future
- Conclusion

- Air Armament School timeline of events, 1940s
- Commanding Officers RCAF Station Mountain View, 1941-45
- Article, "Pr. Edward Flying Club Is Given Lease at Mountain View Airport," 1965
- Wikipedia article on CFD Mountain View
- Online article, "Canadian Forces Detachment Mountain View"
- Article, "Drop it on target, on time," 2016 (about military aircraft)

- Hand-drawn maps of Mountain View area, 1904-1980s
- 1871, 1882, 1889, 1890, 1899 directory entry about Mountain View

- Handwritten essay about Mountain View School, beginning in 1839
- Handwritten essay about Mountain View, including the post office and general store
- Article, "History of Mt. View School," 1938
- List of teachers at Mountain View School

"Mountain View Schools"
- School Section #11 Ameliasburgh

- Article, "WI asks County to take over Mountain View cemetery after 83 years," 2003
- Photos of Mountain View Cemetery, 2003
- Abstract from the Rules and Regulations of Union Cemetery
- Deed for Mountain View Cemetery

- Essay about Wesley United Church at Mountain View
- Wesley United Church brochure
- Photos of Mountain View Church
- Article, "Mountain View Factory," about the cheese factory
- Photo of the Mountain View Cheese Factory, early 1900s
- Article about Mountain View Cheese Factory, 1908
- Article/Photo of Union Cheese Factory
- Article/Photo of Weller's Bay Cheese Factory
- Photo of Royal Street Factory
- Article, "J.G. Sprague & Son Canning Co. Sprague Foods Limited Mountain View, Ontario: The Last Canning Factory in Prince Edward County Closes" by Douglas A. Crawford
- Print of drawing of the original Sprague Factory at Mountain View by Donnah Cameron
- Company Profile article about Sprague Foods' evolution from seasonal canner to successful year-round producer, spanning four generations
- History of The Sprague Telephone System, including articles and photographs
- History of Roblin's Mills, including articles and images
- History of Roblin Mill's School, S.S. #12
- History of Hyland Cheese Factory
- History of Ameliasburg, including articles and photographs
- Essay, "How I Remember Ameliasburg Village" as told by Harry Bisdee, edited by Patricia Hunter, 1979
- The Ameliasburg Fair Grounds and Round Barn, County Road #19, articles and photographs
- Amelisaburg Township Hall, County Road #19, article and photos
- Various newsletters and pamphlets published by the 7th Town Historical Society
- Book chapter on Mountain View history
- History of Ameliasburgh Working Group
- Ameliasburg Museum, including history and photographs
- History of St Albans Anglican Church, Ameliasburg
- The Wesleyan Methodist Church
- The James Coleman Blacksmith Shop, history and photographs
- Grove Cemetery
- Harry Smith Conservation Area
- Young's Mountain
- The School: SS #12
- Opening of Kente Public School
- Kente School History Fair
- Kente's 40th Anniversary Celebration
- Various articles about historical events in the community (2000s)
Publisher:
Federated Women's Institutes of Ontario
Dates:
[1987]-[2016]
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Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.06682 Longitude: -77.36617
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Mountain View WI Tweedsmuir Community History, Volume 2


Mountain View WI Tweedsmuir Community History, Volume 2

- Copy of "The Constitution and By-Laws of The Woman's Institute, As Written by Janet Lee and Adopted at Stoney Creek February 25th, 1897"
- Booklet, "Mission on Grape Island" by Richard Boehme, 7th Town Historical Society, about the settlement of Grape Island beginning in 1824
- Photograph of Massassauga Church
- Hand-drawn maps of Huff's Island, 1878 & 1951

Hand-written history of Huff's Island and its early settlement by Europeans
- Soloman Huff, Paul Huff, Abraham Huff, James Huff, Peter Huff, Alger Huff, George Huff, Albert Huff
- Lumber industry
- Land ownership
- John Huycke, Adolphustown
- Rev. John Roof/Roaf (?), Toronto
- John Dew and Jas Nightingale
- Lawrence Hall, and his four sons and two daughters
- John Nightingale and Olive Wallbridge
- Joseph Nightingale
- Thomas Nightingale
- Elias Wallbridge
- Mr Lewis Conklin
- John Barber, Albert Delong
- James Latimer, and son John

Handwritten account of Huff's Island Bridges
- First bridge built in 1899
- How the island copes with rising water covering the bridge
- New bridge built in 1948-49
- Brief account of First Nations occupation on the islands in the area
- Buildings disappearing on Grape Island
- Various owners of the island: Mr. Cole, Mr. Williams, etc.
- Mr Wallbridge builds a butter factory

Handwritten account of Huff's Island School
- The first public school was built on land owned by Alger Huff
- First school meeting held on January 9th, 1878
- Trustees elected: Joseph Nightingale, Albert Huff, and James Latimer
- The first teacher in the school was Miss S.C. Gardner followed by Miss Maggie Rowe and then Ida Fox

Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte (typewritten personal account-no author)
- First settlers; histories of farm and lot ownership
- Sir Richard Cartwright
- Peter Delong
- David Delong
- John Barber
- Simon Delong; Simon Henry Delong
- Angus MacLaughlin
- William Mitchell
- James Forsyth
- Peter Huff
- Oldest intact (at time of writing) house built possibly around 1854 or earlier
- John Hyuck of Adolphustown
- Rev. John Rolf/John Rolf the Younger
- John Dew/James Nightingale
- Charles Corsair
- Lewis Conklin
- James Latimer
- Simon DeLong
- Jake Ryerson DeLong
- Elwood DeLong

Handwritten account of Huff's Island S.S. and Church
- Before the church was built, services and Sunday School were held in the school, dating back to 1829
- Elder Case used part of Grape Island as a mission to Chippewa First Nations people
- Mr. DeLong, Mr. Conklin, and Alger Huff were active in the church from 1876 to 1900
- At time of writing, the minister visits each Sunday to give services

- Photograph of Huff Island School, no date
- List of students in the photograph of Huff Island School (above)
- Another photo of Huff Island School
- A photo of a bridge on Huff Island (presumably)
- Group Photo: World War I - "Pajama Project" Wellington Howell Farm on Valley Rd
- Photos of a biplane on Second Farm East of Huff's Island School
- Map, "Huff's Island, Ameliasburgh, 1849" including occupant names and lots
- Group photo, early 1900s: Names include Thompson, Anderson, Stafford, Potter, Pymer
- Aerial photograph of Mountain View Airport

Essay: RCAF Station Mountain View - The War Years and More
- Mountain View the Years from 1952 until the Present
- Mountain View the Future
- Conclusion

- Air Armament School timeline of events, 1940s
- Commanding Officers RCAF Station Mountain View, 1941-45
- Article, "Pr. Edward Flying Club Is Given Lease at Mountain View Airport," 1965
- Wikipedia article on CFD Mountain View
- Online article, "Canadian Forces Detachment Mountain View"
- Article, "Drop it on target, on time," 2016 (about military aircraft)

- Hand-drawn maps of Mountain View area, 1904-1980s
- 1871, 1882, 1889, 1890, 1899 directory entry about Mountain View

- Handwritten essay about Mountain View School, beginning in 1839
- Handwritten essay about Mountain View, including the post office and general store
- Article, "History of Mt. View School," 1938
- List of teachers at Mountain View School

"Mountain View Schools"
- School Section #11 Ameliasburgh

- Article, "WI asks County to take over Mountain View cemetery after 83 years," 2003
- Photos of Mountain View Cemetery, 2003
- Abstract from the Rules and Regulations of Union Cemetery
- Deed for Mountain View Cemetery

- Essay about Wesley United Church at Mountain View
- Wesley United Church brochure
- Photos of Mountain View Church
- Article, "Mountain View Factory," about the cheese factory
- Photo of the Mountain View Cheese Factory, early 1900s
- Article about Mountain View Cheese Factory, 1908
- Article/Photo of Union Cheese Factory
- Article/Photo of Weller's Bay Cheese Factory
- Photo of Royal Street Factory
- Article, "J.G. Sprague & Son Canning Co. Sprague Foods Limited Mountain View, Ontario: The Last Canning Factory in Prince Edward County Closes" by Douglas A. Crawford
- Print of drawing of the original Sprague Factory at Mountain View by Donnah Cameron
- Company Profile article about Sprague Foods' evolution from seasonal canner to successful year-round producer, spanning four generations
- History of The Sprague Telephone System, including articles and photographs
- History of Roblin's Mills, including articles and images
- History of Roblin Mill's School, S.S. #12
- History of Hyland Cheese Factory
- History of Ameliasburg, including articles and photographs
- Essay, "How I Remember Ameliasburg Village" as told by Harry Bisdee, edited by Patricia Hunter, 1979
- The Ameliasburg Fair Grounds and Round Barn, County Road #19, articles and photographs
- Amelisaburg Township Hall, County Road #19, article and photos
- Various newsletters and pamphlets published by the 7th Town Historical Society
- Book chapter on Mountain View history
- History of Ameliasburgh Working Group
- Ameliasburg Museum, including history and photographs
- History of St Albans Anglican Church, Ameliasburg
- The Wesleyan Methodist Church
- The James Coleman Blacksmith Shop, history and photographs
- Grove Cemetery
- Harry Smith Conservation Area
- Young's Mountain
- The School: SS #12
- Opening of Kente Public School
- Kente School History Fair
- Kente's 40th Anniversary Celebration
- Various articles about historical events in the community (2000s)