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journey through owen sounds hockey history begins in the 1880s and tells about two memorial cup champion teams,an allan cup champ and many ofther great stories
Journey The Bruce Peninsula Past And Present describes three routes to Tobermory from the base of the Bruce Peninsula providing stories about places you pass.
1885: A Memorable Summer Job for Owen Sound teenage boys on the Great Lakes would have historic importance not mention a possible exciting career opportunity
Georgian Bay Ships: A List of all the ships that sailed on Georgian Bay until the 1960s.
Boating for Recreation on Georgian Bay and beyond had an early start once settlement began in the region. As early as the 1850s pleasure crafts were popular.
The aboriginal history of the Bruce Peninsula is an interesting microcosm of Canada's aboriginal history describes the impact on the peninsula's indigenous life
History articles is a website dedicated to exploring the wonderful world of history through articles, book reviews, books and many other venues.
Must read history books are factually verified and a good read about historical events and biographys of the people of the time.
My book publishing features the books that I have written. Hope you enjoy reading about them, making you want to own them.
Hockeys Royal Family the Conachers details the lives of 3 hall of fame brothers another brother two sons and one nephew all hockey players and all round athletes
Alvin "Buck" Jones played defense in the Toronto Maple Leafs minor leagues until he was involved in a trade that involved his best friend.
1920s Owen Sound Hockey Stars NHL-Bound: The 1920s saw young Owen Sound hockey players make their mark in professional hockey across North America.
Owen Sound hockey history is rich with stories of championship teams, star hockey players, and community support.
Grand Trunk Railway in Park Head Ontario was an important railway depot on the Bruce Peninsula when in 1894 the first train chugged through Park Head.
Catherine Sutton: aka Nahneebahweequay was a hero, fighting for her Indigenous rights and those of her family