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Goderich, Ontario, located on the eastern shore of Lake Huron, is the subject of Book 23 in the Cruising Ontario series of books of photographs of towns and cities in Ontario. The photos show the architecture and design of old buildings, many that are over 100 years old, with some descriptions of the buildings and background information. A written history of the town is included which talks about the beginning of settlement, what it was like as a pioneer, farming practices in Huron County, the invention of bigger and better stoves to keep warm in the homes in the cold winter climate, a history of salt mining, and information about other industries. The August 2011 tornado that tore across the area destroyed many buildings and badly damaged others. Some of the pictures included in this book have met their purpose, saving our history one photo at a time, as some of the buildings no longer exist. Enjoy the visual history of the town.
Erin, Ontario is the subject of Book 22 in the Cruising Ontario series of books of photographs of towns and cities in Ontario. The photos show the architecture and design of old buildings, many that are over 100 years old, with some descriptions of the buildings and background information, but mostly it is a visual experience to enjoy. A small community began at the headwaters of the Credit and Grand Rivers with the erection of mills in 1829-30. The mills were later rebuilt by Daniel McMillan who is in our extended family tree. As we drive from our home in Dundas to the home of our sons and their families in Orangeville, we pass through Erin, often stopping at the bakeshop, and now occasionally making a stop at the Tim Horton's.
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Paris, Ontario is located at the Forks of the Grand, where the Grand and Nith Rivers meet. It was first settled by Hiram Capron who came to Norfolk County in 1822 where he helped to establish one of Upper Canada's first iron foundries. In 1830 he constructed a grist-mill and named the town after the gypsum deposits that were mined nearby. Gypsum is used to make plaster of Paris. Paris is often referred to as the "cobblestone capital of Canada" because of the many cobblestone buildings that are still found in the town. Cobblestone architecture refers to the use of cobblestones embedded in mortar to erect walls of houses and commercial buildings. We often make a trip to Paris to wander the streets, visit the shops and have a cup of coffee at Tim Horton's.Glen Morris is located on East River Road, Brant County Road #14. The German Woolen Mill was built in 1867 and operated for several years. The Glen Morris General Store is located on Princess Street. Glen Morris is located about 22 kilometres northwest of Brantford, 11 kilometres southwest of Cambridge, and 11 kilometres northeast of Paris. My great grandmother, Elizabeth Carter Cromwell, is buried in Glen Morris Cemetery.
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