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Temiskaming-Abitibi Heritage  Association Publications
Early Temiskaming Stories of Survival: Root, Hog, or Die! - 1997-1998

The Proceedings from the 1997 and 1998 TAHA Workshops:

Early Temiskaming Stories of Survival:
Root, Hog, or Die!

Contents:

  • Forward - by Rosanne Fisher

  • Preface - by Bruce Taylor, Workshop Co-ordinator

  • Map of District of Timiskaming

    Proceedings from the 1997 Workshop:

  • A History of the Temiskaming Speaker - by George Dukovac

  • Haileybury - A Glimpse into its Past - by Brian Dobbs

  • The Markham Excursion to Temiskaming - 1897 - by Bruce Taylor

  • Researching Native Genealogy - by James Morrison

    Proceedings from the 1998 Workshop:

  • Earnst Newton-White: Temiskaming's Pioneering Conservationalist and Writer - by Eric Crowther

  • The Bluenose Party: The Influence of Railway Surveyors From New Brunswick And Nova Scotia at Lake Abitibi in Northern Ontario and Québec: 1905 - 1908 - by Lorne Fleece

  • Revitalizing A Meeting Place: A Broad Collective Effort - by Steve Briand, Superintendent of National Historic Site Fort Témiscamingue

  • The Hammer and Fox: Reflections on the Role of Myth, Lore and Identity in Cobalt - by Charlie Angus

  • Temiskaming Genealogy Group - by Cathy Blackburn

  • Panel Discussion Lorrain Valley Heritage Sites - Notes compiled by Dr. John Pollock

ISBN: 0-9680705-3-1 | plasticoil-bound| 11 x 8.5" inches approximately | 77 pages. many illustrations, sketches and photographs | $19.95

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Other TAHA Workshop Proceedings:

TAHA 1995 Proceedings~They Came From All Walks of Life

TAHA 1996 Proceedings~ Times Were Hard but Memories are Good

TAHA 1997-1998 Proceedings~ Early Temiskaming Stories of Survival: Root, Hog, or Die!

TAHA 1999 Proceedings~ People, Places and Memories: To Preserve and Restore

TAHA 2000 Proceeding~ From Cobalt to James Bay: Preserving our History