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Place Names of Temiskaming
by Bruce W. Taylor

BRUCE TAYLOR was born at Kirkland Lake, and grew up in the northern Ontario town of New Liskeard. He is a graduate of the Haileybury School of Mines, and Michigan Technological University. He has had a life-long interest in the history and heritage of the Temiskaming District of northeastern Ontario. Of his book, he writes:

Bruce Taylor

"I have attempted to explain the origin and a little of the history of most of the communities that have ever existed in Temiskaming. Most were significant enough to have warranted a post office, but others were merely "places," perhaps only a grouping of farms or a mining townsite, but recognizable as a place where people lived and worked."

"Interest in the history and heritage of Temiskaming is very much alive today, as evidenced by the interest in the annual local history workshops sponsored by the Temiskaming Abitibi Heritage Association, and by membership in the Temiskaming Genealogy Group (which has three branches, in New Liskeard, Englehart, and Kirkland Lake), and the Francophone equivalent, the Socièté franco-ontarienne d'histoire et de genealogie du Témiscamingue."

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Places named in the book include:

Argentite, Argonaut,

Bigelow, Boston, Boston Creek, Bourkes, Brentha, Brethour, Brown Settlement, Burley's Corners, Bailey's Corners, Bartle Lake, Bear Island, Belle Vallee, Bestel,

Calamity Gulch, Cane, Chaput Hughes, Charlton, Charlton Station, Cheminis, Chester's Corners, Chester's Grove, Chesterville, Clover Valley, Cobalt, Coleman, Costello, Couttsville, Crown City, Crown Crest Post Office, Crystal Lake,

Dane, Dawson Point, Dobie, Dymond,

Earlton, Elk Lake, Englehart, Englehart Junction, Errettsville,

Fairy Lake, Falardeau, Fiddler's Point, Fiddler's Island, Fleming's Corners, Fleuryville, Fort Matachewan, Fountain Falls,

Gillies Depot, Giroux Lake, Glenvale, Gold Crest Post Office, Goldthorpe, Goodfish, Goward, Gowganda,

Haileybury, Hanbury, Harvey Kip, Heaslip, Herm Em, Highland, Highland Lake, Hilliardton, Hillview, Hough Lake, Hudson Lake, Humphrey's, Huronia,

Indian Point, Ironwood,

Kearns, Kenabeek, Kenogami Lake, Kenogami Ir, King Kirkland, Kirkland Lake, Krugerdorf,

Landing 66, Larder Lake, Latchford, Leeville, Liskeard, Lorrain, Lorrain Valley,

Maidens Bay, Manes Anes, Marter Bridge, Martineau, Matachewan First Nation, Maybrook, McCool, Mileage 104, Matabitchuan, Matachewan, Milberta, Mindoka, Mission St. Claude, Montreal River, Moore's Cove, Mountain Chutes, Mount Mcdonald, Mowat Landing,

New Liskeard, New London, New Toronto, North Cobalt, Northland Mines,

O'Brien, Omega Townsite, Osseo,

Paradis Bay, Pearson, Pearson's Landing, Pike Lake, Pork Rapids, Portage Bay, Port Cobalt,

Ragged Chute, Reddick Bay, Refinery Townsite, Rockley, Rosegrove, Round Lake,

Scotty Springs, Sesekinika, Sesikinika Lake, Sharp's Landing, Silver Centre, Silver Centre Townsite, South Mindoka, Spion Kop, Stoney Lonesome, Sullivan's Landing, Sunnyside, Sutton Bay, Swedetown,

Tarzwell, Thornloe, Thwaites, Temagami Lodge, Temagami Park, Temiskaming Shores, (new) Tobico, Tomstown, Tyranite, Twin Lakes,

Uno Park,

Virginiatown,

Wabun, Wabi Settlement, Wawbewawa, Wendigo, Windigo, West Cobalt, West Road, White River Crossing, Whitewood Grove, Wigwam, and

Zeta.



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