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Life & Times in Early Upper Canada

"History is an artifact."
1. Ontario's First Newspaper

"History tells how things really were."
2. Fairs and Ferries At Niagara (1792-93)

"History is a pageant for the purpose of satisfying our curiosity. "
3. The Founding of York,(July, 1793)

"History is the portrayal of crimes and misfortunes."
4. Food and Fraud in Upper Canada

"History documents the follies and misfortunes of humankind."
5. Tragedy in Upper Canada

"History is a race between education and catastrophe. "
6. Education in Upper Canada

"History is the observation and recording of facts."
7. Seasons of 1795

"History is a pattern of timeless moments. "
8. Homespun Remedy

"History is a chronicle of half-remembered events."
9. The Corporations of Kingston and Niagara

" History tells how it really was."
10. Elections in Upper Canada

"History is a staging of the past."
11. Entrepreneurs & The Falls of Niagara

"History chronicles half-remembered events."
12.Crooks & Company

"History is economics in action."
13. Salt For Sale

" History tells how it really was."
14. Notes About Niagara

"History is the chronicle of famous people and places."
15.Sarah of Stamford Park

"History a way of experiencing at second hand all kinds of human behaviour."
16.Crime is Timeless

"The history of every country begins in the heart of a man or a woman."

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