Websites relating to the history of the Province of Ontario (Canada).
Information about activities throughout the year and the preservation of the Allis Chalmers farm equipment. Meetings and shows around Ontario.
Promotes preservation and use of documentary materials for the preservation of the provincial cultural heritage. Includes association, chapters, membership and related information, also contact details and links.
Preserves the province's documentary heritage and makes it available to the public. View resource guides, online exhibits and service information.
Collections related to the cultural, political and historical records of the people and events of the Arnprior, Ontario area.
A historical organization devoted to the restoration and preservation of heritage and antique buildings in Belfountain, Ontario.
Histories of 10 Ranger companies commanded by John Butler, and served in North America 1777 until 1784. Membership information, colours, weapons and uniforms, biographies.
Encourages discussion and interest in the history and heritage of southern Ontario, especially the area of Burlington and Hamilton.
Describes him as a man before his time, with details of activities and influences of this powerful chieftain and orator, who fell during the Battle of the Thames in 1813.
The umbrella organization for the municipal heritage committees in Ontario.
Niagara-on-the-Lake was the scene of many dramatic and important events in Canadian History. Retrace the steps of Isaac Brock and Laura Secord.
Activities at the fort and the history of the fort.
Detailed history of the canal that runs from Ottawa to Kingston.
A non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and restoration of our agricultural artifacts, with members from Durham and Northumberland Counties.
A club for people with interests in harvester products, history and tradition. Tractors, engines, trucks, equipment, toys, literature and memorabilia products. Ontario chapter.
Works to maintain interest in the history and heritage of the city of Kingston and its environs.
A public history professional. Research interests include community archives, residential schools, access, educational outreach and Northern Ontario. Co-editor of the Canadian history website Activehistory.ca.
An interactive social networking site featuring information about all things Mennonite. A learning site to which visitors can build.
Encourages and supports projects which interpret Mennonite heritage through periodicals, workshops and seminars, public meetings, historical sites and publications.
Includes information on membership, our history, publications and abstracts from our journal. Presents a summary of the archaeology of Ontario online.
To ensure issues and practices affecting archaeologists and archaeological resources in Ontario are conducted within a commonly recognized set of standards.
Non-profit corporation and registered charity founded in 1888 that provides educational resources, publications, and bulletins to both members and non-members.
The Archives of Ontario, in partnership with the Toronto Public Library and the City of Toronto Archives, presents an online learning resource for Ontario students studying history from 1820-1970.
To advance the knowledge, appreciation and interest in rural antiques and agricultural heritage.
Dedicated to the preservation of fire tower history with photos, history, maps and links.
A photographic collection of Ontario's historical plaques erected throughout the province since the 1950's.
Provides maps to sites and plaques, and tells the story of Ontario's part in the underground railway.
Two books published by McGill/Queens Press about the Petworth Emigration Scheme from Sussex, England to Upper Canada (Ontario) in 1832-37.
Historic tourist site in Ottawa. Features photos, history, information about events, and restoration details.
Historic 17th century French settlement of Jesuit priests and the native Huron aboriginal nation. A living historical site representing Canadian life of the era. Located near Midland in the Georgian Bay area.
Heritage organization promoting the study, protection and preservation of Ontario's marine history. Pictures and stories of shipwrecks in various bodies of water.
The society is responsible for preserving and telling the local history of the Sparrow Lake, Ontario area and environs including Severn Bridge to The Big Chute on the Severn river.
Chronicles the 1836 parish sponsored emigration of over 200 paupers from Downton, Wiltshire England to Upper Canada. Includes emigrants names.
Book about life in a railway lumbering village on the edge of Algonquin Park in the 1920s and 30s.
Regimental history and reenactment information for The Glengarry Light Infantry Fencibles.
Complete English translation. Each file represents the total English contents of a single published volume.
A feature about The Lost Villages by the Ottawa Citizen, with photos, maps and video of the communities displaced by the creation of the St. Lawrence Seaway in 1958.
The notorious Black Donnellys of Biddulph Township, Ontario, massacred Feb. 4, 1880 by a vigilante committee. Site includes historical, genealogical, and tourist information, as well as photos and other resources.
Not-for-profit group for the collection of data about ghosts and hauntings in Toronto and throughout Ontario. Includes details of investigation and information about local and provincial events, hauntings and paranormal occurrences.
A heritage group celebrating and honouring their Loyalist ancestors of the Revolutionary War. These were some of the founders of today's Canada who sacrificed everything due to their allegiance to the Crown.
Vintage photos of life in Ontario.
A resource and ongoing project of just under 1,000 historic plaques online listed by County and by 26 categories.
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