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New. ix, 270 p. 23 cm. B&w illus. A collection of essays collected by the London and Middlesex Historical Society. Founding of London. War of 1812. Rebellion of 1837. The Great Fires of 1845 and 1855. Donnellys. Sir Adam Beck. London and Port Stanley Railroad. Carling flight of 1927. City planning. London, Ontario, Canada.
As new. ix, 270 p. 23 cm. Over 130 b&w maps and illustrations. Burgundy pictorial softcover. Contributors such as John Mombourquette, C. F. J. Whebell, Colin Read, Daniel J. Brock, Nancy Zwart Tausky, James Reaney, Frederick H. Armstrong, David R. Spencer, Alice Gibb, Peter Desbarats etc. take on such topics as John Graves Simcoe and his capital in the wilderness, rebellion days in and about London, early views of London, London's great fires of 1844 and 1845, records of the Robert Flint family, whiskey in a tin cup, obscenity in Victorian London, Adam Beck, the Radial Railway Company, the 1927 London to London flight, the Margison report, the future of London's past, etc.
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