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  • Toronto: City of Commerce 1800-1960

    Archival images and contemporary photos illuminate the history of Toronto's businesses and industries.

    $29.95, paperback
  • Smart Cities in Canada: Digital Dreams, Corporate Designs

    Experts from across the country investigate the "smart city" trend in urban planning as it is showing up in different Canadian municipalities.

    $22.95, paperback
  • Fort Henry

    An illustrated guide to Kingstons Fort Henry
    $19.95, paperback
  • Toronto Island Summers

    A touching and nostalgic look back on a Toronto childhood in an idyllic city neighbourhood

    $24.95, paperback
  • Their Town

    A no-holds-barred portrait of Hamilton civic life in the 1970s

    $24.95, paperback
  • North of Superior

    A beautifully illustrated popular history of Ontario's northwestern region from pre-contact to the present.

    $34.95, paperback
  • Ghost Town Stories of Ontario

    Ontario is rich in ghost towns, communities that were once thriving but which have been reduced to mere shadows of their former selves. Nine villages -- including silver camps, fishing ports, crossroads hamlets, and farming settlements -- come alive on the pages of this book.

    $9.95, paperback
    Interest ages: 11-18
  • Murder!

    This is the story of the notorious, unsolved murder of the richest baronet in the British Empire, Sir Harry Oakes.

    $9.95, paperback
    Interest ages: 11-18
  • Toronto's Visual Legacy

    A stunning look at Toronto's History from 1856 to the present.

    $34.95, paperback
  • Toronto

    Telling Toronto's story from the final retreat of the Laurentide Ice Sheet to today's metropolis, a team of expert authors brings beautiful illustrations and fascinating, fresh perspectives together in this new natural, archaeological, and social history.
    $29.95, paperback
  • A Heritage of Stone

    A Heritage of Stone offers a fascinating new perspective on the histories of many leading communities of south-western Ontario. It celebrates the many fine stone buildings which are the pride of these cities and towns.
    $34.95, paperback
  • Hamilton: A People's History

    Hamilton: A People's History is lavishly illustrated with over 200 contemporary and archival images. The narrative and visuals together provide a vivid portrait of one of Ontario's most prosperous and appealing cities.
    $34.95, paperback
  • Birding at Point Pelee

    Birding at Point Pelee traces Point Pelee's story from the 1870s, to the national park's establishment in 1918, to present day, when as many as 50,000 birders visit the park in May during spring migration.
    $24.95, paperback
  • Lumber Kings and Shantymen

    David Lee presents an in-depth history of the Ottawa Valley and the economy that dominated its formative years, as well as examining the environmental impact on the region's natural resources.
    $27.95, paperback
  • 100 Fascinating Londoners

    These brief biographies reflect a century and a half of London's history and reflect key events and fascinating adventures drawn from the lives of people from all walks of life who made a lasting impression on their hometown.

    $24.95, paperback
  • Heritage Treasures

    The Hamilton region's finest heritage homes come to life in glorious colour in the pages of this authoritative new book.
    $34.95, paperback
  • Ontario House Styles

    Ontario has a rich history of architectural styles, and is home to some of the most stunning heritage houses in North America. In this book, author Robert Mikel profiles in depth every important house style the province has seen over the past three centuries.
    $34.95, paperback
  • London Street Names

    London Street Names uncovers the stories behind over 100 streets in locations such as Byron, Lambeth, and Westminster township. This book contains contributions from more than 25 of the city's leading local historians.
    $24.95, paperback
  • Toronto Since 1918

    In Toronto Since 1918, first released in 1985, author James Lemon explores seventy years of Toronto's development.
    $29.95, paperback
  • Toronto to 1918

    Toronto to 1918, first published in 1984, examines the lives of the people who built Toronto.
    $29.95, paperback
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