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The Carty Chronicles of Landmarks and Londoners

The Carty Chronicles of Landmarks and Londoners

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The Carty Chronicles of Landmarks and Londoners

by MCEWEN, Catherine B. (ed.)

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London, Ontario: London & Middlesex Historical Society, 2005. Paperback. New. 128 p. 23 cm. 52 b&w illustrations. Green pictorial softcover. Minor bumping to edges and corners. Pages clean. Text unmarked.

London, Ontario history: London Advertiser, McCann's Western Hotel, the Mechanics' Institute, the Orth Building, London's Town Hall, Swart's Tavern, London songwriters, London theatres, the White Ox Inn, Riverview, the Fugitive Slave Chapel, Victoria Disaster, Newmarket Race Track, Corson's Hotel, Waterloo South Primary School, the Five Awls, the Tecumseh Hotel, London's first telephone, General Renwick's rerouting of the Thames, the Bechers of Thornwood, early London post offices, Sir George Gibbons' Lornehurst, the Richmond Hotel, the Robinson Hall Hotel, Paul Peel House, Sir John Carling, London's first City Hall, Covent Garden, the first Bank of Montreal building, house sparrows' first home, William Bowman, before the John Labatt Centre, lighting London's streets, Saunders and the snake, Winnett's boiler works, Moore's pasture, Westminster Abbey tavern, Col. John Walker.

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Attic Books CA (CA)
Bookseller's Inventory #
122653
Title
The Carty Chronicles of Landmarks and Londoners
Author
MCEWEN, Catherine B. (ed.)
Format/Binding
Paperback
Book Condition
New
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1
ISBN 10
0969024681
ISBN 13
9780969024682
Publisher
London & Middlesex Historical Society
Place of Publication
London, Ontario
Date Published
2005
Keywords
Canadiana, London Ontario, London Advertiser, mechanics' institute, Orth, Swart's Tavern, theater, theatre, taverns, black history, Fugitive Slave Chapel, Victoria Disaster, Tecumseh House, Thames River, Sir George Gibbons, Lornehurst, Richmond Hotel, Rob
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