Waterloo Historical Society Reports: Volume III (Three), 1923-1927

By: The Waterloo Historical Society

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The Eleventh annual report from 1923 includes: Annual Meeting, President's Address - Early Settlements in Upper Canada - W.H. Breithaupt; Aboriginal Agriculture in Southwest Ontario - William Herriot; War Memorials of Waterloo County - Miss L.M. Bruce; Brubacher Family History - Benjamin Brubacher; Eby Family - A.A. Eby; Biography of Miss L.M. Bruce; Biography of Dr. John Beattie Crozier; Illustrations of the Ayr Monument, Trinity Church Tablet (Galt), and Miss L.M. Bruce. Twelfth Annual Report from 1924 includes: Early Days in Ayr - Miss E.D. Watson; The Trees of Waterloo County - William Herriot; Jacob Y. Shantz and Russian Mennonites - H.M. Bowman; Reminiscences of Freeport - M.G. Sherk; Biography of Thomas Carscadden; Biography of David Forsyth; Illustrations of Jacob Y. Shantz, Shantz homestead, Shantz barns, Freeport Academy, Group photo of Freeport Academy teachers and students (with names) circa 1869, Thomas Carscadden, David Forsyth. Thirteenth Annual Report from 1925 contains: History of the Galt Collegiate Institute, 1881-1914; Reminiscences of Early Waterloo; Galt, Sixty Years Ago; The Exiles of 1838; Biography of Sir Adam Beck; Biography of Dr. John Beattie Crozier (Supplemental). Includes illustrations of Galt Collegiate Institute, Thomas Carscadden, The Old Galt Hish School, Sheriff A.S. Allan and Sir Adam Beck. Fourteenth Annual Report from 1926 includes: The Galt Collegiate Institute 1914-1926; The Waterloo County Pioneers Memorial Tower; The Public Schools of Galt; Also includes a biography of Dr. Augustus Stephen Vogt. Illustrations include: Pioneers' Memorial Tower; Galt Collegiate Institute, 1924; Dr. Augustus Vogt; Officers Pioneers' Memorial Association. Additional articles: Blazing the Trail in New Dumfries; The Pennsylvania-German in History; Significance of the Memorial Tower. Fifteenth Annual Report from 1927 covers: The Trail of the Aborigines through Waterloo County; History of the Kitchener-Waterloo Collegiate and Vocational School; Early Days of Elmira; Hespeler Public Schools; Hespeler Public Library; The Reserve of the Six Nations Indians on the Grand River, and the Mennonite Purchase; Origin of the Place and Stream Names of Waterloo County; Museum Report, etc.; Current History; plus biographies of Hugh McCulloch and John Mickleborough. Illustrations include: Kitchener-Waterloo Collegiate & Vocational School; Map of Waterloo County-Places and Streams; Old Waterloo Mill. Unmarked with average wear. Binding sound. Gilt lettering upon green spine. Prior owner's small bookplate inside front board. A sound copy.

Title: Waterloo Historical Society Reports: Volume III (Three), 1923-1927

Author Name: The Waterloo Historical Society

Categories: Canadian History, Genealogy,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Kitchener, Ontario, The Waterloo Historical Society: 1927

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 628A2155

Keywords: Waterloo Historical Society Reports: Volume III (Three), 1923-1927 Brubaker Eleventh annual report from 1923 includes: Annual Meeting, President's Address - Early Settlements in Upper Canada - W.H. Breithaupt; Aboriginal Agriculture in Southwest Ontario - William Herriot; War Memorials of Waterloo County - Miss L.M. Bruce; Brubacher Family History - Benjamin Brubacher; Eby Family - A.A. Eby; Biography of Miss L.M. Bruce; Biography of Dr. John Beattie Crozier; Illustrations of the Ayr Monument, Trinity Church Tablet (Galt), and Miss L.M. Bruce. Twelfth Annual Report from 1924 includes: Early Days in Ayr - Miss E.D. Watson; The Trees of Waterloo County - William Herriot; Jacob Y. Shantz and Russian Mennonites - H.M. Bowman; Reminiscences of Freeport - M.G. Sherk; Biography of Thomas Carscadden; Biography of David Forsyth; Illustrations of Jacob Y. Shantz, Shantz homestead, Shantz barns, Freeport Academy, Group photo of Freeport Academy teachers and students (with names) circa 1869, Thomas Carscadden, David Forsyth. Thirteenth Annual Report from 1925 contains: History of the Galt Collegiate Institute, 1881-1914; Reminiscences of Early Waterloo; Galt, Sixty Years Ago; The Exiles of 1838; Biography of Sir Adam Beck; Biography of Dr. John Beattie Crozier (Supplemental). Includes illustrations of Galt Collegiate Institute, Thomas Carscadden, The Old Galt Hish School, Sheriff A.S. Allan and Sir Adam Beck. Fourteenth Annual Report from 1926 includes: The Galt Collegiate Institute 1914-1926; The Waterloo County Pioneers Memorial Tower; The Public Schools of Galt; Also includes a biography of Dr. Augustus Stephen Vogt. Illustrations include: Pioneers' Memorial Tower; Galt Collegiate Institute, 1924; Dr. Augustus Vogt; Officers Pioneers' Memorial Association. Additional articles: Blazing the Trail in New Dumfries; The Pennsylvania-German in History; Significance of the Memorial Tower. Fifteenth Annual Report from 1927 covers: The Trail of the Aborigines through Waterloo County; History of the Kitchener-Waterloo Collegiate and Vocational School; Early Days of Elmira; Hespeler Public Schools; Hespeler Public Library; The Reserve of the Six Nations Indians on the Grand River, and the Mennonite Purchase; Origin of the Place and Stream Names of Waterloo County; Museum Report, etc.; Current History; plus biographies of Hugh McCulloch and John Mickleborough. Illustrations include: Kitchener-Waterloo Collegiate & Vocational School; Map of Waterloo County-Places and Streams; Old Waterloo Mill.,