Patterns of Settlement in Southern Ontario | R. C. Langman

This book is pretty obscure. So obscure, in fact, I couldn’t find an image of it anywhere online. Since I’m currently moving and my scanner is packed, there’s no picture on this post to refer to. If that’s a problem, just imagine a brown and yellow schoolbook from the early 70s with some abstract art on the cover.

I found this volume by accident while looking through a stack of books at Willow Books in Uxbridge. It’s volume 21 in a curriculum series from 1971. I bought it because one of the case studies is my hometown: Bancroft.

I found a lot of fascinating demographic data along with a few pictures of my hometown. The other main study in the book is on Chesley, Ontario.

This book isn’t for most people, but I thoroughly enjoyed it.

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