Women's Canadian Historical Society of Ottawa. Transactions Vol. I

Women's Canadian Historical Society of Ottawa. Transactions Vol. I

KENNY, F. Gertrude, et al

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Topics: Municipal Growth in the District of Dalhousie, by F. Gertrude Kenny; Some Account of Bytown, by Kenny; The Rideau Canal and the Founder of Bytown, by Mrs. H. J. Friel; A Glimpse of Our City Fifty Years Ago, by M. Jamieson; A Hero of Fifty Years Ago (Rev. Wm. Durie), by Mary McKay Scott; Early Days of Ottawa, by Eva Read; The Early Settlers of March Township, by Mrs. Thomas Ahearn; Renfrew in the Early Days, by Mrs. J. Lorn MacDougall; Early Settlement of Grenville County, Mrs. Alexander Burritt; Early Settlement of Prince Edward County, by Amy Horsey; Historical Sketch of 100th Prince of Wales Royal Canadian Regiment, by Mrs. Thomas Ahearn; The Acadians by Mrs. S. E. Dawson; Early French Colonization, by Mme. Benjamin Sulte; Customs and Habits of the Earliest Settlers of Canada, by Mme. Sulte; A Page from the Annals of Our First Missions, by Mme. H. G. Lamothe; Mlle. Mance and the Early Days of Hotel Dieu of Ville-Marie, 1634-1656, by Mme. Pigeon; The Second Administration of Frontenac, by Lea La Rue; The French Regime from 1700 to 1760, by Adrienne Walker; Origin of Canadian People, by Mrs. W. Wilfrid Campbell; The Founding of Upper Canada, by Mrs. Ella Walton; Early Immigration into Upper Canada, by Margaret A. Northwood; The First Parliament of Upper Canada, by Edith Kerr; Battle of Lundy's Lane, by Mrs. Jesse Ketchum; Battle of Chrysler's Farm, by Mme. Rheaume; The Effect of the War of 1812 on Canada, by Mrs. R. G. McConnell; A Summary Translation of Mr. Sulte's French article on the Destruction of the Forests of Canada, by Mme. Benjamin Sulte.

Publication Info

  • Publisher: The Society
  • Edition: n/a
  • Date Published: 1901
  • Place Published: Ottawa
  • ISBN: n/a


  • Condition: Good +
  • Signed: No
  • Dust Jacket: No
  • Jacket Condition: n/a
  • Details:
    188 p. 26 cm. Brown card covers with red and black print. Society ink stamp on front cover. Some soiling and tears and chips to spine ends.