The Women's Canadian Historical Society


The Women's Canadian Historical Society of Toronto: organized November 19th 1895, incorporated February 14th, 1896.

Transaction 2
The Battle of Queenston Heights October 13th, 1812
By Mrs. S. A. Curzon, First President With a Sketch of her Life and Work by Lady Edgar

Transaction 8
Sketch of Lady Edgar's Life, Late President, The Explosion of the Magazine at York, now Toronto, 27th April, 1813. The Colored Citizens of Toronto. By Mrs. Agnes Dunbar Chamberlin and Account for Lighthouse on Gibraltar Point, 1817.

Transaction 23
Sketch of the Life of Mrs. W. Forsyth-Grant and Letters from W. Jarvis, Secretary for Upper Canada and Mrs. Jarvis to the Rev. Samuel Peters, D.D., between the years 1792 and 1813 from copies made by the late Mrs. Chamberlin, and with Prefatory Note by Prof. A. H. Young, Trinity College, Toronto

Transaction 24
Notes on the Founding of Christ Church, Campbellford, by Hilda Bonnycastle. "Canada in 1834". Recollections of Mrs. Rothwell, copied by her daughter, Mrs. Edward Leigh.

Transaction 25
The Colony of French Emigres in York County, 1798.

Transaction 26
Impressions of the West in the early Seventies from the Diary of the Assistant Surgeon of the B.N.A. Boundary Survey, Dr. T. Millman. Colborne Lodge by Sara Mickle and also The Owner of Colborne Lodge.


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