2 edition of history of Shelburne. found in the catalog.
history of Shelburne.
1972 in [Shelburne? Ont .
Written in English
|LC Classifications||F1059.5.S53 R67|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||559|
|LC Control Number||74167582|
Tracing the history of Shelburne from the 18th to early 20th century The town of Shelburne, Vermont, was chartered in and enjoyed its greatest period of agricultural and industrial development between and /5(3).
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King's bounty: A history of early Shelburne, Nova ScotiaAuthor: Marion Robertson. Today, Shelburne is a diverse and vibrant community and the fastest growing Town in Ontario and the second-fastest growing Town in all of Canada.
Historic downtown. Explore downtown Shelburne and visit the historic Town Hall and Grace Tipling Hall. Our buildings provide a window into the history of our community.
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$ (hardcover), $ (softcover). This is very distinctly a town history of Shelburne, written by a local Shelburne historian who is really only interested in Shelburne. So if you are interested in Nova Scotia or the loyalists or the late 18th century in general or the saga of the black loyalists and their travels I get so used to reading academic monographs that a book like /5.
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4 - Loyalists At Shelburne: The community of Shelburne is certainly well known as a place to which loyalists had come. They however were not the first to settle in the area. Large grants had been made in the s to Alexander McNutt.
He and his brother in built an establishment there. The brother settled on McNutt Island. Chip Stulen, director of preservation at the Shelburne Museum, talked about the steamboat’s nearly 50 years of service.
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In the early s, the founder of the town Shelburne, William Jelly, found his way through the bushes to choice lots in Melancthon and built several cabins in the area. As Melancthon began developing in the late s, the construction of the Toronto-Sydenham Road (now Highway 10) began and led to settlers moving into the Shelburne area in the y: Canada.
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