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Collected Reflections - The Oshawa Years By Dave Bradt
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Recollections and photographs of the years spent growing up in Oshawa of the Bradts: W. Lorne, Bernice, and their kids: Judy, Karen, Lorne and David.
Collected Reflections - The Oshawa Years By Dave Bradt
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Recollections and photographs of the years spent growing up in Oshawa of the Bradts: W. Lorne, Bernice, and their kids: Judy, Karen, Lorne and David.
The Annotated Memoir of Rev. Thomas Henry By Oshawa Museum
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Originally written, by his daughter-in-law Polly Ann Henry, the Memoir Of Rev. Thomas Henry: Christian Minister, York Pioneer, And Soldier Of 1812, was published in 1880, the year after... More > Henry’s death at age 81. Born in Ireland, Henry became an ordained minister in 1832 and in 1840 was chosen as pastorate of the Church of Whitby which later became affiliated with the Christian Church. Never one to be idle, Thomas also became President of the Sydenham Harbour Company and became Harbour Master in 1850. Throughout his life, Henry traveled extensively attending Christian conferences and preaching. The stone house that Thomas lived in with his family still stands in Oshawa’s Lakeview Park and is managed by The Oshawa Historical Society as the Oshawa Museum. The Annotated Memoir of Rev. Thomas Henry adds valuable context using newspapers, photographs, letters and other archival sources while retaining all the character of the original memoir as published by Polly Ann Henry.< Less
To Cast a Reflection By Oshawa Museum
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The Thomas Henry Correspondence Collection was donated to the Archival Collection of the Oshawa Museum in the spring of 2013. The Collection of over 520 individual documents, including personal... More > letters, receipts and business correspondence covering the period of 1850s to 1890s, seemed to almost be the contents of Thomas Henry's desk. Within the collection was a group of letters written to Thomas Henry from his children, grandchildren and other family members. These letters offer an intimate and personal view into the life of one of Oshawa's earliest settler families.< Less
If This House Could Talk: The Story of Guy House By Oshawa Community Museum
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One of Oshawa's oldest remaining homes, Guy House has a long debated and re-written history. If This House Could Talk is a comprehensive narrative featuring updated research and providing a vivid... More > perspective on the transition of Oshawa's lakefront from early settlers to today.< Less
If This House Could Talk: The Story of Guy House (B&W) By Oshawa Community Museum
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Home to one of Oshawa's earliest lakefront settlers, the Guy House as a long debated and re-written history. If This House Could Talk is a comprehensive narrative, featuring updated research and... More > providing a vivid perspective on the Guy Family, Oshawa-On-The-Lake, and Guy House's transition from a family home to a community museum.< Less
Harmony Book By Oshawa Historical Society
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In what is now known as the east end of the city of Oshawa, early pioneers settled during the late 1700s and early 1800s and gradually two small communities developed, eventually known as Harmony... More > Village and Toad’s Hollow, which was later known as Grandview Village. These first settlers provide us with a fascinating glimpse into their lives, their families, their occupations, and how their hard work and tenacity provided those of us living in Oshawa today with the foundation upon which we have built this thriving city. It seems fitting therefore at this time to re-visit some of these families, to follow their land claims, their endeavours, schools, churches and social activities,< Less
Lakefront Memories: Second Edition By Oshawa Community Museum
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The history of a community is entrenched in the lives, experiences and relationships of its members. At the Oshawa Community Museum, we believe the Memory Book Project embodies the true spirit of... More > community history by preserving the personal stories of the people in the community.< Less
If This House Could Talk: The Story of the Henry House By Oshawa Community Museum
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Home to one of Oshawa's earliest lakefront settlers, Henry House has a long history. If This House Could Talk is a comprehensive narrative, featuring updated research providing a vivid perspective... More > on the Henry family, Oshawa -on-the-Lake and Henry House's transition from a family home to a community museum. Book 1 in the If This House Could Talk series< Less
If This House Could Talk: The Story of Robinson House By Oshawa Community Museum
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Home to one of Oshawa's earliest lakefront pioneers, the Robinson House has a long debated and re-written history. If This House Could Talk is a comprehensive narrative, featuring updated research... More > and providing a vivid perspective on the Robinson Family, Oshawa-on-the-Lake, and Robinson House's transition from a family home to a community museum. Book 2 in the If This House Could Talk series.< Less

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LOOKING FOR A MIRACLE...LOOK WITHIN YOUR LIFE LOOKING FOR A... By May Lewis
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