3 edition of The Ottawa Citizen almanac for 1869 found in the catalog.
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 46925, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 46925|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (41 fr.).|
|Number of Pages||41|
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The Ottawa Journal was a daily broadsheet newspaper published in Ottawa, Ontario, from to It was founded in by A. Woodburn as the Ottawa Evening Journal. Its first editor was John Wesley Dafoe who came from the Winnipeg Freeit was bought by Philip Dansken Ross. The paper began publishing a morning edition in Headquarters: Ottawa, Canada.
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For the present they are free. The History of Ottawa County, Ohio and Its Families Hardcover – January 1, by Ottawa County Genealogical Society (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, January 1, Price: $ The Ottawa Citizen, began as a four-page weekly known as The Packet in earlyback when Ottawa was known as Bytown.
The founder, William Harris, promised readers and advertisers a weekly newspaper that would make a stand against partisan ideology. Hello, welcome to Ottawa Rewind, a blog dedicated to stories that I think are pretty cool about Ottawa and the surrounding area.
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Chronological History of Bytown - Mary M. Cox Author's Note: I have fond memories of a lady living in our home when I was nine years old who told fascinating stories about Bytown.
She was born in Ottawa in the late s or early s. It is to this lady that I owe a debt of gratitude. OPL branches closed. OPL branches, Bookmobile stops and Homebound delivery services are closed until J The closure is in response to advice from Ottawa Public Health (OPH) with regards to COVID (coronavirus) for the health and safety of our community.
A Century of Letters book is a collection of over letters sent to the Ottawa Citizen Editor. Also 2 bonus books presented by the National Archives of Canada. Former Canadian Prime Ministers from to presented in partnership with the House of Commons. Beyond the Printed Word is a collection of newsreel and broadcast reporting in.
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It will first be felt in the Northern Pacific and will cross the meridian of Ottawa at noon (5 o’clock London time) on Sunday, March 11 th, News Media Canada is the national association of the Canadian news media industry, serving print and digital news media members in every province and territory.
37 Front Street East, Suite Toronto, Ontario M5E 1B3, Canada Phone: or reprinted from the Almonte Gazette Almanac for LDS US/CAN Book Area A1 no. US/CAN Film Area Ottawa Citizen Baxter Road PO Box Ottawa ON K2C-3M4 () Fax: volume 1 Index & abstracts volume 2 volume 3 volume 4 Index to A day-by-day account of Ottawa's history by James Powell.
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This very rich resource is an excellent alternative to doing a microfilm search in archival editions of the Ottawa Citizen (which are available at the OPL, but only at the Main Branch).
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Based on the popular Facebook site, this is the unrecorded history of the nation’s. Both of the Ottawa Citizen's editorial writers have decided to leave the newspaper next month. Editorial pages editor Kate Heartfield's last day will be. Ottawa-Gatineau's Neighbourhood & Landmarks Map.
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History of The Ottawa Valley is a great resource for those with an interest in the settlement and early development of the communities in the Ottawa Valley.
The book addesses both the Ontario and Quebec sides of the Ottawa River. Seemingly endless references to specific settlers and early community leaders populate the pages of this respected history.
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For earlier years, the only source is church records, which are numerous for the periodwith a few returns as early as the s. Census District & City: Name of Newspaper: Years Covered: Cost: Resource (Carleton) - Ottawa Ottawa Citizen (mixed with Citizen, Morning Citizen, Ottawa Evening Citizen, Saturday Evening Citizen, and Weekend Citizen): - - - City of Ottawa Archives, Ottawa, ON.
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