Reminiscences of Cromar and Canada By Donald Robert Farquharson. This book first starts by the
author talking about being brought up in Cromar in Scotland and
then later goes on to tell you of his immigration to Canada and
how they settled their land.
Caledonian A Town in Ontario where all the street names are Scottish ones. Kentiana The story of the settlement and
development of the County of Kent, Ontario By Kent Historical Society 1939. Commemorative
Biographical Record of the County of Kent, Ontario These are extracts from this
publication which was printed in 1904. It looks to me as if around a
quarter to a third of the people in this publication are of Scots descent.
City of London, Ontario
The Pioneer Period and the London of Today (1900) (pdf)
This is an interesting book with much good information. The book is
a little faint but if you maximise the size of the display you
shouldn't have any problems reading it. County of Halton
This Sketch contains a huge number of names and could be an
excellent resource for genealogists.
In the Days of the Canada Company
The Story of the Settlement of the Huron Tract and a view of the
Social Life of the period 1825 - 1850 by Robina and Kathleen
MacFarlane Lizars with an Introduction by G. M. Grant, D.D., LL.D.,
(1896) (pdf) A Brief History of
Les Cheneaux Islands
Some New Chapters of Mackinac History by Frank R. Grover (1911) (pdf) Old and New Mackinac
With copious extracts from Marquette, Hennepin, La Hontan, Alexander
Henry, and others By Rev. J. A. Van Fleet, M.A. (Third Edition)
(1880) (pdf) Reminiscences of Canada
And the Early Days of Fergus being three lectures delivered to the
Farmers and Mechanics' Institute, Fergus, by A.D. Ferrier in 1864
and 1865 (pdf)
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