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Includes bibliographical references (p. 423-450) and index.
|Contributions||Waterloo Historical Society (Ont.)|
|LC Classifications||F1059.5.W27 B58 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 466 p. :|
|Number of Pages||466|
|LC Control Number||2006389647|
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Waterloo Township through Two Centuries authored by Dr. Elizabeth Bloomfield of the University of Guelph won the Fred Landon Award for Regional History in It was revised and reprinted in and is available again in quantity.
Waterloo Township disappeared during the formation of the Regional Municipality of Waterloo in ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages: illustrations, maps (some color) ; 31 cm: Contents: Setting the stage --First era, pioneers --A fine and fruitful country --Law and order on the margins --Families and communities --Second era.
sPeace, order and good government --Progressive. Waterloo Township through two centuries. Link/Page Citation Kitchener: Waterloo Historical Society, The book says Waterloo Township supported and underwrote the local telephone system to "provide a service not considered profitable by a commercial utility," and yet many rural localities with even fewer potential subscribers were.
When the railway was laid through Waterloo Township in the mid-nineteenth century, it became the leading industrial centre of Waterloo County. Waterloo Township (Block Two), a 94, acre tract, was first acquired by Richard Beasley from Joseph Brant.
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Township board meeting minutes are published in the Stockbridge Community News. Waterloo Township through Two Centuries: Elizabeth;Waterloo Historical Society (Ont.) Bloomfield: Books - or: Elizabeth;Waterloo Historical Society (Ont.) Bloomfield.
Waterloo Township Through Two Centuries: Bloomfield, Elizabeth: Books - or: Elizabeth Bloomfield. In her book Waterloo Township through Two Centuries, Elizabeth Bloomfield noted King Street was the “axis of early settlement and economic activity”.
Linking John Erb’s mills in Preston to Abraham Erb’s mills in Waterloo, King had been known as the Great Road and is now part of the commercial core in Uptown Waterloo. A photograph of Linseman’s garage appears in Elizabeth Bloomfield’s book Waterloo Township Through Two Centuries, published by the Waterloo Historical Society in In her book Waterloo Township through Two Centuries, Elizabeth Bloomfield noted King Street was the “axis of early settlement and economic activity”.
Linking John Erb’s mills in Preston to Abraham Erb’s mills in Waterloo, King had been known as the Great Road and is now part of the commercial core in Uptown Waterloo. Elizabeth Bloomfield, Waterloo Township through Two Centuries. Kitchener: Waterloo Historical Society, Pp.
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Waterloo Park is an urban park situated in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada on land within Block 2 of the Haldimand ng acres within the Uptown area of Waterloo, it opened in and is the oldest park in the city.
Managed by the City of Waterloo, the park contains numerous recreational amenities including athletic fields, baseball diamonds, playgrounds, a skateboard Public transit access: Laurier–Waterloo Park station.
Badgley, Janice A. Public decision making on water supply planning and management: a case study of the Waterloo Region ( to ), Waterloo, Ont.: University of Waterloo, c, GG Rare Book. Bloomfield, Elizabeth. Waterloo Township through two centuries, Kitchener, Ont.: Waterloo Historical Society, c, Ref FCW32B56x.
A Biographical History of Waterloo Township and Other Townships of the County: Being a History of the Early Settlers and Their Descendants, Mostly All of Pennsylvania Dutch Origin, as Also Much Other Unpublished Historical Information Chiefly of a Local Character, Volume 1.
Pine Bush was a community of immigrants from Mecklenburg in the s who took up small holdings in "lot 6 of the third" concession of Beasley's Lower Block, south of Hespeler and east of Galt.
In its heyday from the late s to the s, Pine Bush supported a store run by John Roos, and there was an inn or tavern on the south side of the Pine Bush Road, at the junction.
We accept credit card payments * At our office * By phone: Call Official Payments (Waterloo Township's Jurisdiction code is ) *Using the Official Payments Website from home: *Official Payment charges a convenience fee of 3% with the use of credit cards.*. The Waterloo Historical Society is also proud to have published two major award-winning books.
Waterloo Township through Two Centuries by Dr. Elizabeth Bloomfield and Waterloo County: An Illustrated History by Dr. Geoffrey Hayes. Both of these books were recipients of the Fred Landon Award for Regional History. Elizabeth Bloomfield references William Smith in her book, “Waterloo Township through Two Centuries” (p): Intown warden Jesse Clemens was authorized to give $40 to John Pannebecker “for assistance in keeping and maintaining William Smith [Pannebecker’s brother-in-law], he having both feet taken off [and] unable to support.
Aroundfamilies of Mennonites began to move north from the United States to Canada in search of farm land. Ezra Eby collected family histories from Pennsylvania German pioneer families in Waterloo Township, Ontario, and published these as "A Biographical History of Waterloo Township" in and A biographical history of Waterloo township and other townships of the county: being a history of the early settlers and their descendants, mostly all of Pennsylvania Dutch origin, as also much other unpublished historical information chiefly of a Pages: Follow Elizabeth Bloomfield and explore their bibliography from 's Elizabeth Bloomfield Author Page.
Waterloo Township through Two Centuries The Miller’s house was built in Philip Walker for the K-W Record Company of Neighbours Photo Archives, Hespeler Wooden bridge built in by Lewis Kribs.
Lewis Kribs () was a miller, contractor and politician. He built the Waterloo Township Hall () and the Waterloo County House of. Waterloo Region and the First World War: Bloomfield, Elizabeth. Waterloo Township through Two Centuries. Waterloo, ON: Waterloo Historical Society, Campbell, William J.
““We Germans are British Subjects”: The First World War and the Curious Case of Berlin, Ontario, Canada.” Canadian Military Hist no. 2 (): Waterloo Township was organized in Its name commemorates the Battle of Waterloo.
It is the only Waterloo Township statewide. Government. The township is governed by a three-member board of trustees, who are elected in November of odd-numbered years to a four-year term beginning on the following January : Athens.
Volume 1 of the Tweedsmuir History of the community of Bloomingdale, Waterloo County, Ontario, which deals with its early settlement; reprinted as Volume 5 of Canadian-German Folkore.
Owner(s): Schneider, Christian Schneider, Jacob (Yoch) Schneider, Polly Snider, Henry Snyder, Benjamin S. Snyder, Fernando Snyder, Jacob Snyder, John Snyder. In Waterloo turn. To celebrate, WPL created a list of men and women, past and present, who helped make Waterloo what it is today.
The complete collection of profiles is available as a limited edition book. “Profiles from the Past, Faces of the Future″ –.
In the book was digitized and produced on a searchable CD for sale by the WTHHS. The cost is $ + HST = $ CEMETERY TRANSCRIPTIONS There are 27 cemeteries in Wellesley Township.
The Waterloo-Wellington Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society transcribed the headstones in each cemetery and produced a CD of the transcriptions. These resulted in two award-winning publications: "Waterloo Township through Two Centuries" by Elizabeth Bloomfield and "Waterloo County: An.
With his first nonfiction book, novelist Bernard Cornwell has done an admirable job of telling the story of the Napoleons ultimate defeat. While breaking no new ground, the author does an excellent job of telling the story of the campaign, including the battles of Quatre Bras and Ligny that were fought immediately prior to Waterloo/5.
He has held one or two minor township offices. and Mrs. are worthy members of the M. Church. David LEEK, a well-known farmer of Waterloo Township, was born in New Haven, Conn., Jan. 26, ; the eldest son of Horace and Louisa (Goodyear) Leek, also natives of Connecticut, and of English descent.
28 Bloomfield, Waterloo Township through Two Centuries, 29 Palmer, Church, and Winegard, “A Collection of Perspectives on Municipal Planning,” 30 Bloomfield, Waterloo Township through Two Centuries, 31 Waterloo County Area Planning Board, A Strategy for Growth, 1.
32 Ibid., 47– To mark the th anniversary in of one of the world's most important battles - a list of our favourite books about Waterloo Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.
The th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo produced a lot of new works, and this is a cracking one: a narrative history of the key four days with all the verve and skill of a story and the analysis of a historian.
Put aside an afternoon, and enjoy this tremendous event. It has been my claim through most of my work that the archons in charge of things pretty much hate life. This is as true in medicine and agriculture as it is in politics. Much of this, I speculate, is focused, either patently or surreptitiously, as a way to.
The Regional Municipality of Waterloo is a regional municipality forming a metropolitan area located in Southern Ontario, consists of the cities of Cambridge, Kitchener and Waterloo (collectively called the Tri-Cities), and the townships of North Dumfries, Wellesley, Wilmot and is often referred to as the Region of Waterloo or Waterloo ment Regional Chair: Karen Redman.
A biographical history of Waterloo township and other townships of the county being a history of the early settlers and their descendants, mostly all of Pennsylvania Dutch origin: as also much other unpublished historical information chiefly of a local character by Eby, Ezra : These maps are hand drawn by Ellis Little and outline over acres of land granted (Block 2, Waterloo Township) to the Six Nations Indians by the British Crown in and sold in to Richard Beasley, James Wilson and John Baptist Rousseaux who looked to resell the land in small German Company Tract became Waterloo township.
Elizabeth Bloomfield, Waterloo Township through Two Centuries. Kitchener: Waterloo Historical Society, Pp. xiv & Maps, illustrations. $ hard, $ with handling.
This large book is about a rural municipality dismantled twenty-six years ago. Waterloo Township was the rural "doughnut or onion ring" surrounding Kitchener/Waterloo.Waterloo township was organized inbut the first settlements here were made in Moses Hewitt was the first settler.
He was joined by others, Abram Fee, Ezekiel Robinett Sr., Colonel Willim Lowery, Robert Cotton, Lewis Davis, James Mayhugh, Hugh Boden, Daniel McCoy, Samuel Allison, William and Joseph Johnson.A personal history of the Waterloo Ontario insurance company founded in Renamed to Clarica in after being demutualized, it was acquired by Sun Life in pages with B&W and archival photos.
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