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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
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
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Aboriginal History: Bruce Peninsula has a long indigenous heritage not just for the native nation living there today, but for other native groups as well.
the history of ice hockey in Owen Sound, Ontario.
Hockey History is rich with great stories about players, amazing feats, and surprising results.
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
1920s Owen Sound Hockey Stars NHL-Bound: The 1920s saw young Owen Sound hockey players make their mark in professional hockey across North America.
My book publishing features the books that I have written. Hope you enjoy reading about them, making you want to own them.
Georgian Bay Ships: A List of all the ships that sailed on Georgian Bay until the 1960s.
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
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
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,
About Paul White in history-articles.com, highlights the genres that have captivated my interest, that of publishers, editors and most importantly, my readers.