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"Mammals of Elgin County, Ontario"

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Elgin County Archives
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Reference Room Collection
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GMD
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1982
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REF 10
o Lake and e into ait.e o£ Port s �The earliest known European to settle i n what is now Elgin Coun t y was James Fleming who settled on the river front or LOt 6, Aldborough Township in 1796 ())p . )6. Seven years later, on May 21 , 180), Colonel Thomas Talbot landed at (the now) Talbot Creek and be an settl m nt of Dunwich Township in earnest. Ennatinger, in his classic history "The Talbot Regime" gives pioneer accounts of t he animal. life ncounter d by these early settlers. ith great insi ght
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Elgin County Archives
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Reference Room Collection
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Author: William G. Stewart
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Library Catalogue Number
LH 599.09713 STE
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Archives Reference Room
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REF 10
GMD
textual records
Date Range
1982
Publication
Published as an educational project with the St. Thomas Field Naturalist Club- St. Thomas, 1982
Physical Description
1 volume
Scope and Content
A provisional annotated list of the mammals of Elgin County, Ontario, reported from the beginning of European settlement until the present time.
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Natural History
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"Sims' History of Elgin County, Volume Three"

https://heritagecollections.elgin.ca/link/archives1330
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Elgin County Archives
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Reference Room Collection
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GMD
textual records
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1988
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REF 15
Corners. Mary Storey purchased her land from Colonel Talbot for two barley corns, and part of the land that she donated for the church and burial ground was deeded to the Bishop of Quebec. The first burial was that of Matthew Stuart in 1825. Colonel Thomas Talbot died on February 6, 1853, at eighty-three and was laid to rest among the settlers of the district. The good folk of the Methodist denomination, having a desire to have their own place of worship, got together and erected a frame ediface in
Museum / Archive
Elgin County Archives
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Reference Room Collection
Creator
Author: Hugh Sims
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Item
Library Catalogue Number
LH 971.334 SIM Vol. 3
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Archives Reference Room
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REF 15
GMD
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Date Range
1988
Publication
Elgin County Library, 1988
Physical Description
1 volume (2 copies)
Scope and Content
This is Volume 3 of three volumes. It recounts the history of the communities in Elgin County which have names beginning with S to Y.
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"Sims' History of Elgin County, Volume Two"

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Elgin County Archives
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Reference Room Collection
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GMD
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1986
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REF 15
made the road as they followed him at the rate of two to three miles a day. Garrett Oakes wrote in 1877 with a feeling of bitterness about all the help that Colonel Bostwick received in the surveying and the opening of roads. "In 1804, the colonel (Thomas Talbot, czar of the Talbot settlement) had the grant of $1,000 from the government to make a road from Waterford to Port Talbot. He engaged John Bostwick, a surveyor at Woodhouse, to make the road, who hired an Indian acquainted with the whole route
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Elgin County Archives
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Reference Room Collection
Creator
Author: Hugh Sims
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Item
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Archives Reference Room
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REF 15
GMD
textual records
Date Range
1986
Publication
Elgin County Library, 1986
Physical Description
1 volume, 211 p. (3 copies)
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