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CONTENTS

Page PUBLISHER'S NOTE    Ix

FOREWORD    xi
INTRODUCTION

THE COMING OF THE PIONEERS    1

FROM SOUTHERN HOMES

ON THE SHORES OF THE BAY OF QUINTE   5

FOLLOWING THE BLAZED TRAIL   13

THE LONELY GRAVE BY THE WAYSIDE    _   18

INLAND SETTLEMENTS    23

WITHIN REACH OF THE ST. LAWRENCE

GRINDING CORN IN A HOLLOW STUMP   29

SUING FOR TRADE    39

ACTIVE AT NINETY-TWO    45

PUTTING HIMSELF ON RATIONS    52

CHILDREN AND SHEEP IN THE CELLAR   55

PIONEERS OF GANANOQUE AND VICINITY    63

ON THE PENETANG TRAIL

MAKING A PREMIER   73

VILLAGES THAT ARE NO MORE    80

RAFTING TIMBER ON THE ST. LAWRENCE__    86

A WAYSIDE INN'S FAMOUS GUESTS    90

A LONG WAY TO THE MILL    96

HARDSHIPS OF THE NOTTAWASAGA PIONEERS    99

THE RUGBY SETTLEMENT    104

THE EARLY DAYS OF INNISFIL    106

REMINISCENCES OF A SUNNIDALE PIONEER       114
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