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The Trail of the Conestoga Waterloo County Centennial 1852-1952


Description
Author:
Waterloo County Centennial Committee, Compiler
Media Type:
Text
Publication
Genealogical Resource
Item Type:
Books
Description:
A booklet containing the programme of events for the Trail of the Conestoga outdoor musical spectacle commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the founding of the County of Waterloo. Contains a list of the Waterloo Centennial Committee and the Waterloo Historical Society as well as reproductions of the murals by Selwyn Dewdney commissioned in 1951. A Conestoga Wagon was driven from Lancaster Pennsylvania in June 1952.
Publisher:
Waterloo County Centennial Committee
Place of Publication:
Waterloo ON
Date of Publication:
1952
Subject(s):
ID Number:
OX 207.02 Box 2
Language of Item:
English
Copyright Statement:
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Terms of Use:
For reference use only - non-circulating
Reproduction Notes:
Copy to view:
Oxford County Branch Library Collection
82 Light Street, Woodstock ON
email: oxford@ogs.on.ca
http://www.ogs.on.ca/oxford/index.html
Contact
Oxford County Branch Library Collection
Email
WWW address
Agency street/mail address

Oxford County Branch

82 Light St. Woodstock, ON

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The Trail of the Conestoga Waterloo County Centennial 1852-1952


A booklet containing the programme of events for the Trail of the Conestoga outdoor musical spectacle commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the founding of the County of Waterloo. Contains a list of the Waterloo Centennial Committee and the Waterloo Historical Society as well as reproductions of the murals by Selwyn Dewdney commissioned in 1951. A Conestoga Wagon was driven from Lancaster Pennsylvania in June 1952.