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  • Goring family has played important role in Niagara Township for over 100 years
    Goring family has played important role in Niagara Township for over 100 years
    textpublication  Huggins, Jean A. E. (1895-1989), Goring family has played important role in Niagara Township for over 100 years , "Goring family has played important role in Niagara Township for over 100 years ," St. Catharines Standard (St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada18910421), Sep 1956     ... township purposes amounted about $600. In 1956, the total receipts for Niagara...
    textpublication  Huggins, Jean A. E. (1895-1989), Goring family has played important role in Niagara Township for over 100 years , "Goring family has played important role in Niagara Township for over 100 years ," St. Catharines Standard (St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada18910421), Sep 1956   ... township purposes amounted about $600. In 1956, the total receipts for Niagara...
    Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library
  • "Say Indian Pipe Is 3,500 Years Old"
    "Say Indian Pipe Is 3,500 Years Old"
    newspaperpublication       "The most spectacular - and puzzling - discovery find to date is the bowl of a pottery pipe that the scientists say is 3,500 years old. The pipe is of 'monitor' design, and originated in the Mississippi Valley. Even for a 700-year-old village, it is an 'antique.'"
    newspaperpublication     "The most spectacular - and puzzling - discovery find to date is the bowl of a pottery pipe that the scientists say is 3,500 years old. The pipe is of ...
    Six Nations Public Library
  • "Scarborough Bones Site to be Top Tourist Draw"
    "Scarborough Bones Site to be Top Tourist Draw"
    newspaperpublication       "If enthused Scarborough Township officials and businessmen have there way - and it now seems likely they will - the site of the Indian ossuary on Tabor's Hill will become the world's greatest shrine of North American Indian lore."
    newspaperpublication     "If enthused Scarborough Township officials and businessmen have there way - and it now seems likely they will - the site of the Indian ossuary on Tabor's Hill will become ...
    Six Nations Public Library
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