The Village of Bronte: Preserving the Past
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Book Cover: The Story of Bronte Harbour by Philip Brimacombe
Book Cover: The Story of Bronte Harbour by Philip Brimacombe Details

Alton, Karen. "Oakville's 150th" Oakville Beaver. May 2007. Print.

Ashe, David and Burnell, Joyce. Oakville: Street Names and Landmarks Burnell-Creighton Publishing 2007. Print.

Blair, Ruth. Remembering Trafalgar Township. Oakville, ON: Self Publication, 2006. Print

Brimacombe Philip.The Story of Bronte Harbour. Chetleham,Ontario: Boston Mills Press, 1976.
Print.

“Bronte Village Hosts Harbour Days.” Oakville Beaver11 August 2011: 1, 4-5. Print.

Diamond and Myers Firm. Bronte Planning Study. Toronto: Firm Publication, 1972. Print.

Flavelle, Dana. “Bronte Remembered.” Oakville Journal Record 2 April 1979. Print.

“From Wheat to Fishing: Something to Celebrate” Oakville Beaver 6 April 1983. Print.

"Ground breaking for Bronte Outer Harbour Marina banquet complex Saturday." Oakville Beaver 6
July 2001: 13. Print.

“Harbour Days: Bronte Festival.” Oakville Beaver 20 August 2009: 2. Print.

“Harbour Days in Bronte.” Oakville Beaver 12 August 2010: 13. Print.

Hudson, Deborah. Oakville's Black History. Oakville, Ontario: Self-Publication, 2000. Print.

Lea, David. “Walton’s Manse Moves On” Oakville Beaver 2 May 2012: 1 and 8. Print.

Matthews, Hazel. Oakville and the Sixteen: The History of an Ontario Port. Toronto: University of
Toronto Press, 1971. Print.

Turcotte, Dorothy. Places and People on Bronte Creek. Grimsby, Ontario: Self-Publication, 1993.
Print.

Walton Memorial United Church. Walton Memorial United Church: 150 Years. Oakville, ON: Self
Publication, 2000. Print.

Wark, Ross. “Bronte: Ever Growing, Ever Changing.” The Oakville Historical Society Newsletter.
March 2012: 4-6. Print.


Book Cover: Oakville and the Sixteen: The History of an Ontario Port by Hazel C. Mathews.
Book Cover: Oakville and the Sixteen: The History of an Ontario Port by Hazel C. Mathews. Details
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