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Information for intending settlers on the Ottawa and Opeongo Road

T. P. French

Information for intending settlers on the Ottawa and Opeongo Road

and its vicinity.

by T. P. French

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Published by Canada West in Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ottawa River Valley (Québec and Ont.) -- Description and travel

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination36 p.
    Number of Pages36
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18870937M

    The McCabe list: early Irish in the Ottawa valley. Toronto, Ontario: Ontario Genealogical Society, ISBN: (Family History Library book W2e). This list contains the names, places of origin in Ireland, and more information for nearly Irish men who lived in and near Bytown (now Ottawa ?title=Ontario_Emigration_and.   dominionofcanada theeasterntownships. informationforintendingsettlers. publishedbythedepartmentofagriculture, ofthegovernmentofcanada. ottawa, ;.

    British Columbia RRITI5H COLUHBIfl CdN/lbfl'S MOST WESTERLY PROVINCE ITS Position, Advantages, Resources and Climate. NEW FIELDS FOR Mining, Farming* Ranching ALONG THE LINES OF The Canadian Pacific Railway Information for Prospectors, Miners and Intending Settlers. m C. P. R. :// Many Irish settlers came beginning about About sixty percent of the Canadian Irish were Protestant. Home Children - Some children certainly arrived in Canada before Confederation in , but it is the estimated , or more who came between https:///wiki/en/Ontario_Emigration_and_Immigration.

    Listing Horton Women's Institute - Quilt History of Horton Newspaper Article & Picture - Personal Touch to Landscaping, Oct. 10, Pictures - W.I. Visit to Burnstown W.I., Aug Pictures - Tree Planting at Horton Cemetery, Spring History of the Township Castleford Residents - Before Confederation by Doris Waddell History of the Valley Full of Human Interest (From the Ottawa Baptismal and death records of early Lutheran settlers in the Upper Ottawa Valley translated from the circuit register of Pastor L.H. Gerndt by Daniel J. Faber, Franz Kapeller and Jean Ringhofer. Order from Dan Faber, 3 Bellfield Street, Nepean, ON, Canada K2B ~onrenfre/


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Information for intending settlers on the Ottawa and Opeongo Road by T. P. French Download PDF EPUB FB2

An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Information for intending settlers on the Ottawa and Opeongo road and its vicinity Information for intending settlers on the Ottawa and Opeongo road and its vicinity by French, T.

Publication date Information for intending settlers on the Ottawa and Opeongo Road, and its vicinity. Ottawa: [s.n.], (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: T P French Life Along the Opeongo Line is a carefully researched and richly entertaining social history of this unique Canadian heritage settlement road running from Farrrell's Landing below Renfrew on the Ottawa River to Bark Lake near Barry's Bay in the Algonquin Park region of Ontario.

During the nineteenth century, the Canadian government set forth a policy to settle the hinterland of the province   which is about miles west of Ottawa. The Kaszubi began to arrive in this area as early as These early settlers were responding to an adrrertisement, "Information for Intending Settlers on the Ottawa and Opeongo Road and its Vicinity" byThomas P.

French, Crown LandAgentfor the Setdement of Opeongo. The Digital Ottawa History / Histoire numérique d'Ottawa by Ottawa_Room - a staff-created list: Local history titles that have been digitized. Read them on your desktop. Or “Information for intending Settlers on the Ottawa & Opeongo Road & its vicinity” by T.P.

French News clip “Stop the Opeongo pillage” by Joan Finnigan Oct Eganville Leader Oct, “Opeongo Rd.” “Ottawa Magazine” contains story by Joan Finnegan on Inderwick family of Perth.

Partial list of places along the Opeongo T. French, Information for Intending Settlers on the Ottawa and Opeongo Road, and its Vicinity (Ottawa: Bureau of Agriculture, ), Ibid., 19– AO RGvol. 1, File #74, “To Emigrants and others seeking Lands for Settlement,” P. Vankoughnet, Life Along the Opeongo Line The Story of a Colonization Road.

Joan Finnigan. A CAREFULLY RESEARCHED AND RICHLY ENTERTAINING social history of this unique Canadian heritage settlement road running from Farrrell's Landing below Renfrew on the Ottawa River to Bark Lake near Barry's Bay in the Algonquin Park region of ://?id= Life Along the Opeongo Line The Story of A Canadian Colonization Road (Book): Finnigan, Joan: Life Along the Opeongo Line is a carefully researched and richly entertaining social history of this unique Canadian heritage settlement road running from Farrrell's Landing below Renfrew on the Ottawa River to Bark Lake near Barry's Bay in the Algonquin Park region of ://   Al) An Analysis of Irish Famine Texts, The Discursive Uses of Hunger, by Jerome Joseph Day, McGill University, PhD, Information for Intending Settlers On the Ottawa and Opeongo Road by T.

French, Crown Land Agent, document was written by T.P. French in Ottawa in   Information for Intending Settlers On the Ottawa and Opeongo Road by T. French, Crown Land Agent, document was written by T.P. French in Ottawa in The western part of Renfrew County was surveyed into new townhips and lots in the late 's partly to receive new settlers from Ireland.

(Free Land Grants for New Settlers) Opeongo Colonization Road In the Canadian government announced that it would promote immigration for the Shield. Thomas P. French was appointed Crown Land Agent for the Ottawa and Opeongo Colonization Road. T.P. French published a handbook “Information for Intending People and Settlement Read more» On Completion, it extended miles inland from the Ottawa River."(excerpt from "History & Integration of Poles In Canada" - William B.

Makowski, Canadian Polish Congress, Canada. ) It was to build this road that the first settlers arrived. The first men who worked on the road construction were offered acres of land for   the Opeongo Road.

To the right at the intersection, a dirt road continued west, part of the original Opeongo Road. It was a typical up hill and down dale, winding road which continued west to connect with Hwy. Owen told us that there were two sawmills left at Hopefield, one to the west (Etmanskie mill) along this old portion of the road and one September pdf.

Inconstruction began on the Peterson Colonization Road, an east-west route linking the Ottawa and Opeongo Colonization Road in the east with the Muskoka Road to the west. Situated to the north and west of Mazinaw Country, the Peterson Road was more than km in Kashub Pioneers on the Opeongo Road – Kashub Settlement along the Opeongo First Kashubs Apply for Land Titles – Chapter 7 Kashubs and the Opeongo Road(Line) The Ottawa & Opeongo Road Brought Settlers The Opeongo – Replica of Cassubia.

Kashub Settlement & Ontario Colonization Policies The Kashubs: Caught in the Agrarian Myth   The completed road went north from Madoc, running 16 degrees west, with a change of direction to the east at L’Amable Lake, and ended miles later at the Opeongo Colonization Road.

On JHayes opened his Hastings Road Agency office in   In the Opeongo Road was built to open up land in the Ottawa valley region for settlement. In a group of Kashubs left their homeland in Prussia to seek a new life in Canada.

They came to the Renfrew area and in began to settle along the Opeongo Road, amongst these was Paul Trzebinski and Josef Roliebecki, two of Jim's great-great The first settlers to appear in what would become the Parish of Mount St.

Patrick probably arrived in the s. No one knows for certain because these settlers could be considered squatters since there was no land registry until the s.

Some were certainly shanty men who lumbered the pines of what would become Brougham Township. Some of these men took land and brought their families to the From inside the book. What Lutheran Church Kosmack land LCl4 LCl5 LCll LClO Lipke lived LM/C lots Luloff married Mattawan miles moved nineteenth Noack North Opeongo Road Ottawa and Opeongo Ottawa River Ottawa Valley Pembroke Petawawa Township pine pioneer Raglan Township Rankin Renfrew County rural Sebastopol Township settled settlers ?id=liYVAAAAYAAJ.

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\vm.m   • The Road Home, Images of the Ottawa Valley by MacGregor & Evans • The Opeongo by S. Bernard Shaw. Box 3A • Geographical Names of Renfrew County by Alan Rayburn • Finnigan’s Guide to the Ottawa Valley by Joan Finnigan (2 copies) • The Book of Names-Relating to Early Palatines in the Mohawk Valley ://  Drive along the Opeongo Rd (Cty Rd 64) for 17 km west of the junction with high through Esmonde and Clontarf, until you come to St John's Lutheran Church on the right.

Park just past the church on the side of the road. Walk down the Opeongo Rd and turn left up Baptist Church Rd, which is signposted for the church and a historic ://