The transcribed diary of J.W. Carpenter, a resident of Sombra, Ontario, and its Michigan neighbour of Marine City from 1880-1907. A detailed look into everyday life in the area at the turn of the century.
Celebrating the sesquicentennial anniversary of the church history led to this in-depth study of Trinity, a task never before attempted. Discover the rich heritage that laid the foundation for Methodist and present United Church of Wallaceburg.
Story of Don Errey, former Wallaceburg resident, who fabricated prosthetics for fellow P.O.W.'s in a German concentration camp during World War II.
Well-researched and written by Doug Mackenzie, former staffer at U.W.O.'s Office of International Education, this book outlines the history of the ill-fated Baldoon settlement. For more on the Baldoon Settlement in the Exhibits.
Excerpts of the Wallaceburg High School yearbooks 1912-1990.
A reprint of Neil T. McDonald's original publication. Updated by Alan Mann. More on the Baldoon Settlement in the Exhibits.
Wallaceburg baseball in the Depression Years, spring training with the Brooklyn Dodgers (1935), and the Detroit Tigers Baseball (1928-1940).
Definitive history for its subject and time frame.
This book focuses on Native Nations during the War of 1812.
An in-depth look at the Wallaceburg branch of St. John Ambulance. 28p; b & w photographs.
Outlining the history of power generation in Wallaceburg.
Compiled from family recipes & selected recipes from: Zion United Church, Tupperville; Trinity United Church, Wallaceburg Women's Institute & Knox Presbyterian Church.
A picture tour of Wallaceburg's history from the 1930's to the 1970's with images from the Wallaceburg & District Museum, the Mann Historical Files, and Roy Mathany, who covered the World War II years via the Dominion Glass War Services Committee.
Follows Bob Metcalfe through his exploits during WW II, through France, Belgium, Britain, North Africa and Italy. "A thoroughly readable, enjoyable and informative book!"