Oakville Memories: Old & New
Remembering Oakville's History

History is a broad term that spans various aspects of the past, whether it be distant or more recent. Below are many stories that cover much of Oakville's recorded heritage as well as general aspects of Oakville's more recent history.



Oakville's Forgotten History (1930) by Michael Howie

A Trip Through History (1800s) by Kevin Liu

Remembering Bronte (1960s) By Judy Wedeles

Memories of Oakville during the 1930s By Harry Barrett, Beth Milligan, Bill Russell and Barbara Savage

Pages of the Past (1953 & 1973) The Oakville Beaver

Oakville - Fifty years ago (1975) Rotary Club of Oakville

Oakville’s Heritage: From humble beginnings (1800s) Oakville Historical Society

Oakville's Roots (1827-1977) Oakville Museum

The Saratoga of Ontario (1800s) Oakville Historical Society

The Underground Railroad: The gateway to Canada (1800s) Oakville Museum

Oakville's Centennial Celebration (1957) Town of Oakville

H.M.C.S. Oakville Crest (1940s) By Darryl Litchfield

George's Square (1930s) By Bob Hughes

Heritage House (1856 - 1933) By Bob Hughes

Kerr St. at Washington Avenue. Courtesy of the Town of Oakville.
Kerr St. at Washington Avenue. Courtesy of the Town of Oakville. Details
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