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History of the County of York Ontario [Textual record]

  • CA CoV Archives M009.22
  • Documento
  • 1885

File consists of two volumes detailing the history of the County of York and its inhabitants. The first volume covers the history of the area from pre-historic times to confederation and gives an account of each of the County's townships and villages. The second volume gives biographies of individuals and families that lived in the County of York.

Richmond Hill 1867-1967 Centennial [Textual record]

  • CA CoV Archives M013.21
  • Item
  • 1967

Item consists of a programme. Contains a history of Richmond Hill, Yonge Street, early schools and churches, Town name, government, and the 1837 Rebellion as well as plans for future development in the Town and maps and a street index.

J. Lawrence to V. Tisdale letter detailing Upper Canada Rebellion : [1837]

  • CA CoV Archives M013.6
  • Item
  • Copied 2013

Item consists of a copy and transcription of a letter written by John Lawrence to his cousin V. Handon Tisdale on Dec. 26, 1837 detailing the events of the 1837 Rebellion along Yonge St. from the perspective of the those loyal to Britain.

My parents, Canada's pioneers a true story / by Mrs. Sarah Saunders : [1897]

  • CA CoV Archives M013.7
  • Item
  • Copied 2013

Item consists of the story of Sarah Saunder's parents, George Holland born in Yorkshire, England in 1812, and Olivia Kellam, born in Leicestershire, England in 1817. The Kellam family settled in Vaughan Township in 1829 and George and Olivia met in Toronto. They married Dec. 30, 1833. They later moved to Goderich, Ontario and then back to Vaughan and then to Haldimand County. Story provides insight into the hard and dangerous life of the early pioneers and their encounters with local wildlife and Indigenous History as well as their experience as Rebels during the 1837 Rebellion.

Willowdale - Yesterday's Farms, Today's Legacy. / by Scott Kennedy

  • CA CoV Archives M015.9
  • Item
  • 2013

Item consists of one (1) soft cover book entitled "Willowdale - Yesterday's Farms, Today's Legacy" written by Scott Kennedy. This book captures the history of Willowdale from the earliest acquisition of land to today's urban environment, and provides intriguing stories about the area and families that once settled in North York. The book contains 192 pages, including numerous black and white photos.

The Jacob Fisher Oak Tree [moving images] : [videocassette] by John Podolak.

  • CA CoV Archives M990.33
  • Item
  • 1986

Item consists of a videocassette. Documentary chronicling the history surrounding the Jacob Fisher Oak Tree, currently preserved under the Ontario Heritage Act. The tree was reputedly used for target practice by local insurgents participating in the Rebellion of 1837.

The history of Carrville Public School S.S. No. 3, Vaughan, 1860-1960 : and the early history of Vaughan Township : [pamphlet]

  • CA CoV Archives M990.42
  • Item
  • [n.d.]

Item consists of a pamphlet that provides a sketchy historical outline for Carrville School, and early history of Vaughan Township including list of some of the earliest patent holders, experiences of prominent Loyalists who settled in Vaughan Township, local reaction to and participation in the Rebellion of 1837, etc.

Norberta O'Rourke fonds [Textual record and other material]

  • CA CoV Archives MG 45
  • Arquivo
  • 1828-2002, predominant 1900-1980

Fonds consists of family histories and genealogical material, histories of schools and churches in Pine Grove and Woodbridge as well as the communities themselves, photographs, photo albums, scrapbooks, architectural drawings of the St. Margaret Mary School, diplomas, report cards, invitations, certificates, awards, programs, maps, correspondence, newspaper ad layouts, newspaper clippings, and commemorative coins from the 1991 inauguration of the City of Vaughan. Also includes County of York uniform promotion examination certificate documenting promotion of Mary O'Rourke of the Pine Grove School and an indenture between Alfred and Harriet Gooderham, grantors, and Michael O'Rourke, grantee. Also contains "1833 it was -- a trading post and granary 1989 it is -- a house of the 20th century", an unpublished essay by Norberta O'Rourke which details the history of the Elliot Trading Post and surrounding area, originally constructed on Lot 11, Concession 8, Vaughan Township in 1833.