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Black History: Owen Sound's First Black Citizens is cause for debate amongst historians and others who research the Underground Railway's Northern Terminus.
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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Owen Sound Businesses: 1920s were owned and operated by families who had deep roots in the community and their efforts had brought success to the community
News of War: The 1940s was supposed to provide the world with a respite after the hardship of the 1930s depression. However World War Two brought more hardship
The 1940's: An Eventful Decade in Owen Sound and Grey County: A war; a surprising political event; sports celebrations and much more.
The Owen Sound-based drug store chain of Parker and Cattle is credited with being the first pharmacy chain store enterprise in Canada.
A Pioneer Community: Driftwood Crossing, at the southern-most part of the Saugeen/Bruce Peninsula was at the midpoint between the Georgian Bay and Huron coasts
The Knight's of Meaford have long history in that Grey County community. Their business forged by early settlers employed many locals and supported the economy
U.S. President Taft Visits Owen Sound Ontario, a Georgian Bay port in a momentous winter of events in 1920 as Owen Sound celebrated its incorporation as a city.
Pioneer Campers: Hope Bay mostly considered the peninsula untamed wilderness and some of the locals were not about to disappoint them!