We have lots of information about the Welland Canals! St. Catharines, Ontario and the Welland Ship Canal: the open door to Canadian and British Empire Markets. #WellandCanal #WellandShipCanal
We have lots of information about the Welland Canals! The Welland Canals: Proceedings - First Annual Niagara Peninsula History Conference, Brock University, 1979. #WellandCanal #WellandCanals #WellandShipCanal
The story of the Girl Guides in Ontario
Notable Niagara Woman. From early company records, tattered Guide magazines, minutes of meetings, and the recollections of some of the pioneer members, this history from 1910 - 1965, of the first fifty-five years of Guiding in Ontario is written. #WomenNiagara
Notable Niagara Women. During her lifetime Harriet Tubman was an escaped slave, lumberjack, laundress, raid leader, nurse, fund-raiser, cook, intelligence gatherer, Underground Railroad organizer, and abolitionist. In Harriet Tubman: Imagining a Life, Beverly Lowry goes beyond the familiar tales to create a portrait of Tubman in lively imagined vignettes that, as Lowry writes, “catch her on the fly” and portray her life as she herself might have. #WomenNiagara
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February is Black History Month. Visit the Centennial Library and have a look at our Norval Johnson Heritage Centre Collection. "Negroes in Ontario From Early Times to 1870" is a 3 volume set of papers submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy by George Simpson. This paper attempted to fill in a void that was missing in black history research, an over-all survey of the development of Black communities in the Province.