Source:Morley, William F. E., Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte

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Source Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte
Including Geneaologies of Old Families and Biographical Sketches of Representative Citizens
Author Morley, William F. E.
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Place Ontario, Canada
Subject History
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Type Book
Publisher Rolph and Clark Limited
Date issued [1904?]
Place issued Toronto
Citation
Morley, William F. E. Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte: Including Geneaologies of Old Families and Biographical Sketches of Representative Citizens. (Toronto: Rolph and Clark Limited, [1904?]).
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WorldCathttp://www.worldcat.org/oclc/231773831Other
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Exerpts from Introduction, 1972 Edition

"The region of settlement embraced by this volume is wider than its title might suggest, extending roughly from Kingston to Trenton, and covering the counties of Frontenac, Lennox and Addington, Hastings and Prince Edward."

"The actual compilers of the massive volume are unknown, but no doubt they were in the employ of the publishers, the material being gathered from the living members of each family as well as from other sources of reference. . . The original publication date of "Pioneer Life" is unknown, but from internal evidence it may be deduced as about 1905. . . The publishers of this facsimile reprint are to be congratulated for bringing this massive and invaluable work back into print." By William F. E. Morley,
Curator of Special Collections,
Douglas Library, Queen's University