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The Valley of the Lower Thames 1640 to 1850 by  Fred Coyne HAMIL - Hardcover - 1951 - from Attic Books (SKU: 131563)

The Valley of the Lower Thames 1640 to 1850

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The Valley of the Lower Thames 1640 to 1850

by HAMIL, Fred Coyne

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Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1951. Hardcover. Good/Poor. xi, 390 p. 24 cm. 5 maps, including fold-out map of Lower Thames at front. 8 b&w plates. Green cloth in dustjacket. Jacket has creases, chips and tears, many semi-repaired with clear tape. Book itself has a bit of shelf wear and minor marks. Former owner signtaure on front free endpaper. Small tear in fold of map.

Topics include land boards and surveyors, the Moravians at Fairfield, Baldoon Settlement, War of 1812, agriculture, industry, roads, Rebellion of 1837, pioneer life, Chatham. Appendices, bibliography and index.


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The Valley of the Lower Thames 1640 to 1850
HAMIL, Fred Coyne
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University of Toronto Press
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Southwestern Ontario, Fairfield, Baldoon settlement, Chatham-Kent, War of 1812, Settlers, Pioneers, Rebellion of 1837
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shelf wear
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