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Pioneers in the Queen"s Bush

Florence A. Fee

Pioneers in the Queen"s Bush

by Florence A. Fee

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Published by F.A. Fee in Markdale, Ont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Grey (Ont. : County) -- History

  • Edition Notes

    Statementwritten compiled and published by Florence A. Fee.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF5545G84 F4 1976
    The Physical Object
    Pagination117 p. :
    Number of Pages117
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20243137M

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      The Black pioneers () who cleared the land and established the Queen's Bush settlement in that section of unsurveyed land where present-day Waterloo and Wellington counties meet, near Hawkesville, are the focus of this extensively researched book. Linda Brown-Kubisch's attention to detail and commitment to these long-neglected settlers re-establishes their place in Ontario history.3/5(1). ORIGINAL PATENT BOOK # ORIGINAL PATENT PAGE. IMMIGRANT TOTAL. IMMIGRANT NAMES. REMAINING PROPERTY DESCRIPTION. Ancient Planter. #N#Elizabeth City. whoe came over into this country before the departure of Sir Thomas Dale N. upon the backe River S. upon the maine land & W. upon a cr. dividing same from land of Peter Arundell For his first per. devdt.

    And while the cover of her book shows a pioneer cemetery, it is not the African British Methodist Episcopal Cemetery, but the nearby Olivet Cemetery, established in the late s by English and Scottish immigrants. Sources: Brown-Kubisch, Linda. The Queen's Bush Settlement: Black Pioneers Natural Heritage Books, Toronto. The Pioneers was a pleasant surprise to me after seeing all the negative reviews it had received. Cooper is not in most respects a master writer, but much criticism of him is unwarranted - driven by modern readers whose impatience and captivity to more modern, sensational forms blinds them to his real qualities and insight/5.


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Linda Brown-Kubisch’s attention to detail and commitment to these long-neglected settlers re-establishes their place in Ontario.