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Preserving Community Histories

Susan Robertson will speak on preserving community histories.  In her own words … “Ontario Women’s Institutes started compiling local histories in the late 1940’s and 1950’s.  Each Branch was encouraged to start History books to record the local histories of their village and rural community.  These smaller centres wouldn’t have their histories recorded if locals didn’t […]