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Farewell, Town of Streetsville :the Year Before Amalgamation
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Farewell, Town of Streetsville :the Year Before Amalgamation

By Urbaniak, Tom

Bellville, ON: Epic Press, 2002. "Streetsville became part of the new City of Mississauga on January 1, 1974....(this is) the first detailed review of the fascinating period which preceded the amalgamation, as well as the early years of the political career of Hazel McCallion, on of Canada's longest serving and best known Mayors....The epilogue discusses what has become of the town of Streetsville since amalgamation and touches on the community's future prospects." Autograph inscription on ffep. Signed by Author. 1st Can Ed. Softcover. Fine.

$25.00

Streetsville United Church

Dryden, Ontario: Alex Wilson Publications A small plastic folder containing 16 vintage note cards with a photograph of Streetville United Church. Undated [together with new envelopes for mailing them]. First Thus. Plastic Folder. As New. Illus. by John Emerson.

$8.00

Streetsville: From Timothy to Hazel

By Hicks, Kathleen A.

Mississauga, ON,: Mississauga Library System, 2008. 1st Can Ed. Soft Cover. New.

$45.00

Cooksville : Country to City

By Hicks, Kathleen A.

Mississauga, ON,: Mississauga Library System, 2005. 1st Can Ed. Soft Cover. Very Good.

$45.00

From Frozen Ponds to Beehive Glory : The Story of the Dixie Arena Gardens

By Cook, Dave

Mississauga: David L. Cook, 2004. Author is a journalist and former member of Mississauga City Council. Here he describes the Dixie Arena Gardens - home of local hockey teams, skating stars and other sporting events and heroes in Mississauga. 224p. illus Clean and crisp, looks unread, minor signs of libraryu ownership.. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good. Ex-Library.

$12.50

Our Saga : The Creation Of a City

By Mississauga Library System

Mississauga: Mississauga Library System, 2002. "..compelling saga of a city carved from the rich historical bedrock of native lands, small villages and hamlets.... Beginning with the Mississauga Indians and ending with the modern age" Narrrated by Tony Nardi. VHS 45 minutes New video cassette sealed in box . 1st Can Ed. Video Box. New.

$25.00

Mississauga: An Illustrated History

By Riendeau, Roger E.

Windsor Publications, 1985. History of the various pioneer communities in Ontario,just west of Toronto, that were almalgamated in 1974 to form the city of Mississauga in 1974 " Produced in cooperation with the Mississauga Board of Trade" 184p. illus bibliography. index. 1st Can Ed. Hardcover. As New/As New.

$25.00

Mississauga: City of Excellence An Illustrated History

By McDonald, Ric

Montgomery, Alabama: Community Publications, 1997. Large format illustrated survey of the expansion and development of the city of Mississauga since 1974, with profiles of major companies ' Sponsored by the Mississauga Board of Trade" 303p. illus bobliography.index. 1st Can Ed. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good.

$55.00

Mississauga: An Illustrated History

By Riendeau, Roger E.

Windsor Publications, 1985. History of the various pioneer communities in Ontario,just west of Toronto, that were almalgamated in 1974 to form the city of Mississauga in 1974 " Produced in cooperation with the Mississauga Board of Trade" 184p. illus bibliography. index. 1st Can Ed. Hardcover. As New/As New.

$25.00

Street : The Man, The Family, the Village

By Manning, Mary E.

Streetsville, Ontario: Streetsville Historical Society, 1983. Laid in is a sheet by Mary Manning (date September 1986) detailing additions and corrections to the genealogical information printed in this book. [which were incorporated into the later editions of thie title ]. First Edition. Soft Cover. Very Good.

$12.59

Favourites : Foliage, Flowers, Food, Foklks and Furred and Feathered Friends in Streetsville

By Lundy, M.D.

Streetsville, Ontario: Streetsville Review, 1957. A small locally produced book with information on plants and wildlife seen in Streetville, together with some practical garden hints and some nice recipes. A nice piece of nostalgia. 50p. illus ( B & W) Undated . 1st Can Ed. New.

$15.00

The Tweedsmuir History of Streetsville - Volume II

By Streetsville Womens Institute

Streetsville, Ontario: Streetsville Historical Society, 2009. Fascinating information on the village and the local familes copied from the original Tweedsmuir History of Streetsville volumes as recorded by the members of the Streetsville Womens' Institute Published by permission of the Federated Womens Institutes of Ontario. 168p. illus. Reissue. Comb Binding/Plastic Cover. New.

$25.00

The Tweedsmuir History of Streetsville - Volume I

By Streetsville Womens Institute

Streetsville, Ontario: Streetsville Historical Society, 2008. Fascinating information on the village and the local familes copied from the original Tweedsmuir History of Streetsville volumes as recorded by the members of the Streetsville Womens' Institute Published by permission of the Federated Womens Institutes of Ontario.197p. illus. Reissue. Comb Binding/Plastic Cover. New.

$25.00

The Tweedsmuir History of Streetsville - Volume III

By Streetsville Womens Institute

Streetsville, Ontario: Streetsville Historical Society, 2009. Fascinatting information on the village and the local familes copied from the original Tweedsmuir History of Streetsville volumes as recorded by the members of the Streetsville Womens' Institute Published by permission of the Federated Womens Institutes of Ontario. 181p. illus. Reissue. Comb Binding/Plastic Cover. New.

$25.00

Mills & Waterwheels of Streetsvillle

By Manning, Mary E.& Tolton, William

Mississauga: Streetsville Historical Society, 2012. This is a transcript of some research by Mary Manning on the sawmills and grain mills established by the early setters in Streetsville together with "Power from Flowing Waters" by Bill Tolton which describes the types of waterwheels used to power the mills and the millstones ised to grind the grain. 50p. illus. map. First Edition. Soft Cover. New.

$10.00

Mills & Waterwheels of Streetsvillle

By Manning, Mary E.& Tolton, William

Mississauga: Streetsville Historical Society, 2012. This is a transcript of some research by Mary Manning on the sawmills and grain mills established by the early setters in Streetsville together with "Power from Flowing Waters" by Bill Tolton which describes the types of waterwheels used to power the mills and the millstones ised to grind the grain. 50p. illus. map. First Edition. Soft Cover. New.

$10.00

The Streetsville Cenotaph : A Village Memorial

By Streetsville Historical Society

Streetsville, Ontario: Streetsville Historical Society, 1992. The story of the Cenotaph erected in 1926 in the village of Streetsville "To the Great War they went from us and for us, but they did not return to us" 26p. illus.. Reissue. Soft Cover. New.

$7.50

Fading History : Stories of Historical Interest Vol.1

By Cook, Dave

Mississauga: David L. Cook A collection of fascinating stories relating to events in the area of Mississauga "My third book, Fading History- stories of historical interest, touches on a wide range of topics. Each of the 14 chapters tells a different story. There are chapters on great football players, golfers, the once world-renowned 400-bed Workmen’s Compensation Hospital, a 2000-seat Broadway music theatre under a tent at Dixie Plaza, flying saucers, the manufacturer of the Lancaster bomber .‘flying saucers’ ?????? Yes, you read correctly, we actually built and flew an honest to goodness flying saucer right here in Mississauga. Now, many of the old timers will surely remember when A.V. Roe had its top secret Project ‘Y’ under wraps in the 1950s. Later we all discovered it was a real flying saucer. Plenty of pictures make this chapter come alive. For the sports minded, I tell the story of the great Toronto Argonaut player Teddy Morris. Just after the war years, Teddy, who lived on the 6th Line, Malton, took the Boatmen to six Grey Cup wins. Another footballer, Port Credit’s Bobby Cunningham Jr, was a standout player for the Montreal Als in their 1949 Grey Cup win. Bobby later took up golf, a game his father had mastered. ... . First Edition. Soft Cover. New Book from Publisher.

$30.00

Journey To the Past : The Lost Villages of Mississauga

By Heritage Mississauga

Mississauga: Heritage Mississauga, 2010. Describes many of the small communities that were eventually absorbed into the City of Mississauga in 1974. 256p. illus maps.index. Signed by Author. 1st Can Ed. Soft Cover. New.

$30.00

A History of Streetsville

By Manning, Mary E.

Streetsville, Ontario: Streetsville Historical Society, 1973. Short illustrated history of the village since 1820. (Publication # 1 of the Streetsvillle Historical Society) A l imited editoin prepared for Founders Day 1973. 16p. illus ( B & W) . 1st Can Ed. Original Wraps. New.

$15.00

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