True History of Lambton County e-book
by Don Gutteridge
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Find sources: "Don Gutteridge" writer – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR (December 2017) (Learn how and when to remove this template message). A major contributor to this article appears to have a close connection with its subject. Don Gutteridge was born in Sarnia, Ontario in 1937, and was raised in the nearby village of Point Edward, Ontario. His high schooling took place in Sarnia and Chatham, Ontario.
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Contents include: The Early Years; Lambton Enters the Twentieth Century; Between the Wars; Lambton County in World War 11; The Post War Years; Today and The Future; etc.
A true history of Lambton County - Gutteridge, Don Oberon Press Paperback Book. Customs services and international tracking provided. Surrogate Court Index of Ontario, Canada 1859-1900 Volume 15 Lambton County.
Don Gutteridge (writer). Oberon: Ottawa, 1976. Donald George Gutteridge (born 30 September 1937) is a Canadian author of poetry, fiction and scholarly works. He is also professor emeritus at the University of Western Ontario. YouTube Encyclopedic. He attended the University of Western Ontario (UWO), where he graduated with a BA Honours in English in 1960.
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Long, dramatic narrative poems like Riel, Coppermine and Tecumseh were all pieces of a grand public mythology . A True History of Lambton County was more private, more personal, as were the family poems recently published in Love in the Wintertime. Summer's Idyll, a novel, is a new departure for Don Gutteridge, but it belongs to the same overall scheme. It tells the story of a summer in the life of a young boy, now a man in his middle years.
Lily’s Story tells the tale of a remarkable pioneer woman, born in the backwoods of Lambton County, Ontario in 1840.
In Toronto's rough days of 1839, several elite citizens harbor dark secrets, offering rich compost for a sleazy blackmailer. Caught in the muck is the gallant young Brodie Langford who is desperate to protect his sweetheart from disgrace. Autumn 1837: the provinces of Upper and Lower Canada are on the eve of open revolt. Lieutenant Marc Edwards has been sent with a force of British soldiers to subdue the increasingly hostile French rebels. Lily’s Story tells the tale of a remarkable pioneer woman, born in the backwoods of Lambton County, Ontario in 1840.
God's Geography and A True History of Lambton County49:28. A big thank you to all our listeners for joining us!By Don and Tom Gutteridge. In this episode Don and Tom discuss three of Don's books of historical poetry, talk about some important figures in Canadian history, and what inspired Don to write about them!By Don and Tom Gutteridge.