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End of the Line: The 1857 Train Wreck at the Desjardins Canal Bridge

by Don McIver

In 1857 a Toronto-to-Hamilton train crashed on the Desjardins Canal bridge. 60 people died, making it one of the worst railway disasters in North America. These are the stories of those associated with its construction...


A Name for Himself: A Biography of Thomas Head Raddall

by Joyce Barkhouse

Traumatized by the 1917 Halifax Explosion, followed by his father's death, Raddall left school at age 14 - yet he went on to become one of Canada's most renowned storytellers.


With Axe and Bible: The Scottish Pioneers of New Brunswick, 1784-1874

by Lucille H. Campey

Lucille H. Campey traces the progress of Scottish colonization and its ramifications for New Brunswick's early development. This book is a must for genealogists.


Legends In Their Time: Young Heroes and Victims of Canada

by George Sherwood & Stewart Sherwood

This book chronicles the early lives of 18 young people who influenced the direction of the history of Canada.


Death in the Queen City: Clara Ford on Trial, 1895

by Patrick Brode

In 1894, the death by gunshot of 18-year-old Frank Westwood baffled Toronto police until their arrest of a strong-willed woman of colour named Clara Ford.


Orangeville: The Heart of Dufferin County

by Wayne Townsend

Founded by two entrepreneurs, Seneca Ketchum and Orange Lawrence, Orangeville has a history well worth exploring.


The Rouge River Valley: An Urban Wilderness

by James E. Garratt

The Rouge River Valley is a unique yet very fragile and transient natural phenomenon existing within the confines of Toronto.


Once Upon a Time Long, Long Ago

by Henry Shykoff & Marilyn Mets

How did we get to be US? Who are WE? This story, set some 50,000 years ago when an almost explosive change in people's behaviour occurred, addresses these questions.


The Mazinaw Experience: Bon Echo and Beyond

by John Campbell

The Mazinaw District in eastern Ontario is famous for Bon Echo Rock. This book traces the presence of human habitation from the areas earliest beginnings to the present.


Lady Grayl: Owl With a Mission

by Robert W. Nero

This is the story of a man and his owl. But what a man and what an owl! The owl is an enchanting spook, a feathered spirit from some ancient world.


A Stolen Life: Searching for Richard Pierpoint

by David Meyler & Peter Meyler

Captured in Bundu (now part of Senegal) around 1744, Pierpoint escapes slavery, finds freedom in Canada, and is involved in the War of 1812.


Breakfast at the Hoito: And Other Adventures in the Boreal Heartland

by Charles Wilkins

This regional classic brings together a collection of stories of northwestern Ontario.


The Consummate Canadian: A Biography of Samuel Weir Q.C.

by Mary Willan Mason

This extensively researched biography of a talented yet quixotic lawyer who contributed much to Canada's heritage begins in the early 19th century and covers well over a hundred years of our nation's growth....


Nurturing Yesterday's Child: A Portrayal of the Drake Collection of Paediatric History

by Mary Spaulding & Penny Welch

Nurturing Yesterdays Child, an illustrated history of the care of children, will inform you and touch your heart.


Spanish John: Being a Narrative of the Early Life of Colonel John M'Donell of Scottos

by John McDonell

An unashamedly prejudiced account of the atmosphere of the aftermath of "the 45" the fierce loyalties and bitter hatreds, the high principles and barefaced villainy.


Nature's Year in the Kawarthas: A Guide to the Unfolding Seasons

by Drew Monkman & Kimberly Caldwell

An almanac of key events occurring in the natural world over the course of a year in the Kawartha Lakes district and in cottage country in general.


Ships of Wood and Men of Iron: A Norewegian-Canadian Saga of Exploration in the High Arctic

by Gerard Kenney

A history of explorations of the Arctic in Canada, beginning with Otto Sverdrups 18981902 Norwegian expedition.


Dangerous Passage: Issues in the Arctic

by Gerard Kenney

The story of the opening up of the Northwest Passage and the ensuing potential risks to the Arctic environment and Canadian sovereignty are explored.


A Place to Walk: A Naturalist's Journal of the Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail

by Aleta Karstad

What do experienced field naturalists discover when they explore the heavily populated Lake Ontario shoreline as if they were surveying a wilderness for the first time?


Where the Water Lilies Grow

by R.D. Lawrence

A sequel to The Place in the Forest, this book conjures up the sounds, the smells, and the very feel of water-based life over every season.