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Georgian Bay Ships: A List

Georgian Bay Ships: A List of all the ships that sailed on Georgian Bay until the 1960s.

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Eddie Mathews and the National Pastime - A Review

Eddie Mathews and the National Pastime tells the story of not only one of the greatest third basemen in baseball history, but also the story of one of my heroes

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Cobb a Biography - Book Review

Cobb a Biography - Book Review- Author Al Stump provides a stunning picture of Ty Cobb aka the "Georgia Peach" which became a movie starring Tommy Lee Jones

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David Halberstam October 1964 Review

David Halberstam's October 1964 reveals how one team, the St. Louis Cardinals', openness to signing black baseball players benefited them on and off the field,

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About Paul White As He Researches and Authors Historical Topics

About Paul White in history-articles.com, highlights the genres that have captivated my interest, that of publishers, editors and most importantly, my readers.

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Cyclone Taylor: Hockey's First Superstar Was Born in Tara Ontario

Cyclone Taylor was hockey's first superstar. Born in Tara Ontario, he was involved in a controversy in Ottawa which still has not been resolved.

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The Chin Brothers: Dominant in Hockey Drawing Attention From the NHL

The Chin Brothers dominated in their hockey league which drew attention from the Detroit Red Wings and the Toronto Maple Leafs.

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1920s Owen Sound Hockey Stars NHL-Bound

1920s Owen Sound Hockey Stars NHL-Bound: The 1920s saw young Owen Sound hockey players make their mark in professional hockey across North America.

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Norm Locking Chicago Black Hawks & Former Owen Sound Grey

Norm Locking Chicago Black Hawks & Former Owen Sound Grey was known for his hard and deadly shot in Al Capone's Chicago

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1927 Owen Sound Greys: An Unlikely Canadian National Hockey Champion

The 1927 Owen-Sound-Greys with a priest serving as coach named Jack Spratt and not one experienced defenseman were an unlikely Canadian National Hockey Champion

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Owen Sound's Police Force - The Big Four

Owen Sound's Police Force - The Big Four were legendary in their maintaining the peace efforts in a rowdy Great Lakes port in the early 1900s

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Rocket Richard: A Goal-Scoring Nightmare for Goalies

Rocket Richard, Montreal Canadiens superstar sniper was a goal-scoring nightmare for goalies especially for one NHL goaltender in particular.

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1960s Owen Sound Greys Stars Who Went on to NHL Action

1960-Owen-Sound-Greys-Stars who went on to NHL action including Doug Brindley, Jim Schoenfeld, and Jack Lynch brought Owen Sound a reputation as a hockey hotbed

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Paul MacDermid: Chesley Native, Veteran NHL Player, & OS Attack Owner

Paul MacDermid was born in Chesley Ontario, through hard work and determination enjoyed a 12 year NHL career, before keeping junior hockey alive in Owen Sound

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Southampton Hockey History: The Early Years

Southampton hockey history in the early years featured a distinct line of defense in the local arena and stories of interesting "road" trips.

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