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Alphabetical List of Articles in Volumes 1 to 50

100th Anniversary of St. Stephen's Church, Old Chelsea, Que. in Volume 5

125th Anniversary of Ste. Cecile-de-Masham Parish by Laurent Lafleur in Volume 4

An 1841 Letter from Ireland by John Farrell in Volume 3

Abigail (Wyman) Wright: A Pioneer Woman by Rick Henderson in Volume 50

About a Barn - An Introduction to the Barns of Western Quebec by Shawn Graham in Volume 34

About This Year’s Editor: P.M.O. Evans, A Biography by Josh Dolgin in Volume 14

Acetylene Comes to the Upper Gatineau by Archie M Pennie in Volume 31

Ague Cured for a Penny in Volume 3

An Airman's Story by Harry A. Forbes in Volume 22

The Airplane Box that Became a Wolf Lake Cottage by Catherine Luke in Volume 48

The Alexander Story by Sheila Strang in Volume 10

Always in Suspenders by Wayne Anderson in Volume 49

Ancient Explosions and More Recent, Quieter Events in the Gatineau-Lièvre District by Donald D Hogarth in Volume 30

Architecture of the Gatineau Valley Railway Stations by Bruce Ballantyne in Volume 43

Arthur O'Neil's Hotel in Volume 5

Artist Kenneth Lochhead’s Gatineau Inspiration by Joanne Lochhead with introduction by Paul Gessell in Volume 46

Artist John Eaton (1942-2020): The Beginning of the End by Dominique Laroque in Volume 49

An Artistic Anniversary by Carol Martin in Volume 35

Arts and Letters at Kingsmere: The Jenkins-McCurry Families by Andrew M. Johnston in Volume 39

As Long as Love and Music Last by Joan Brownrigg Barrow in Volume 18

Asa Meech by Marion A. Meech in Volume 7

At Home Up the Mountain: Miles Barnes, "The Hermit" by Katharine Fletcher in Volume 14

Aunt Maud's Postcard Album by Carol Martin in Volume 31

Avion Fur Farm by Carol Marin in Volume 29

Barbed Wire by Lillian Walton in Volume 7

The Barry Farm - a Pioneer Homestead by Gunda Lambton in Volume 9

Baseball Heroes at the Cascades Club by Adrienne Herron and RJ Hughes in Volume 46

"The Battle of Brennan's Hill" by Gunda Lambton in Volume 7

The Battle of Brennan’s Hill by Thomas Hayden, with foreword by Paull Leamen in Volume 48

Be There or Be Square: A Memoir of Saturday Night Dances at the Cascades Club in the Mid ’60s by Catherine Joyce in Volume 48

Beamish Hill and Beyond by Allan Richens in Volume 34

Big Fat Crow by Phil Jenkins, with foreword by the author in Volume 40

Bill Bridgeman, Miller of Wakefield Village by Anita Rutledge in Volume 35

A Bridge A-building by Ernie Mahoney in Volume 23

A Bridge for our Times - Rebuilding the Wakefield Covered Bridge by Neil Faulkner in Volume 23

Brigham-Chamberlain House — Old Chelsea, Que. by Heather Quipp in Volume 4

Brookdale Farm by Jessie Waterston in Volume 8

Brooks Hill - Low, Québec, Canada — Built 1859 by Grete and Reg Hale in Volume 16

Brooks Hill by Reginald B. Hale in Volume 5

Browns' Farm by Carol Martin in Volume 20

Building the Town Hall at Old Chelsea by P.M.O. Evans in Volume 3

By Canoe and By Gosh: Memories of a Gatineau Canoe Trip by John Graham in Volume 23

Caleb Brooks, Pioneer of Low by Reginald B. Hale in Volume 8

Canada's Prime Ministers and the Gatineau Valley by Barry K. Wilson in Volume 37

A Canadian Bride's Dowry by Stuart Geggie in Volume 16

A Canadian Portrait: 1945 by Brian Doyle in Volume 47

Cantley’s Iron Mine: A Moving Exploration by Wes Darou in Volume 41

Capturing Images of 1940s Shanty Life with Malak by with introductory notes from Sidney Karsh in Volume 46

Carbide Willson — 1860-1915 by Mrs. Marion Roberts in Volume 2

The Cars Of Yesteryear by Lillian Walton in Volume 12

The Cascades Club by Carol Martin in Volume 27

The Cascades Tollgate by Betty Pavey in Volume 50

"Cemented in Forever" in the Gatineau Hills: Thomas Maxwell and Katie Burnett by Valérie Crevier in Volume 47 - voir aussi l'article traduit

A Century of the Gatineau Fish and Game Club by A. Pennie and C. Martin in Volume 21

Celebrations of the Gatineau River introduction by Paull Leamen in Volume 50

The Chamberlins Could Have Owned Ottawa in Volume 11

The Changing Face of the Wakefield Inn, 1860s to 1984 by Ernie Mahoney in Volume 18

The Chelsea Cenotaph Story by Allan Richens in Volume 27

Chelsea Cottage Memories of the Thirties and Fourties by Carol Martin in Volume 25

Chelsea Island and Gilmours' Gatineau Mills by Frances Curry in Volume 40

Chelsea Island: From Industrial Site to Recreational Paradise by Frances Curry in Volume 42

Chelsea Poems by Arthur Bourinot with foreword by Paull Leamen in Volume 39

Chelsea — Quebec by Senator John J. Connolly in Volume 2

Chelsea Reflections by Ed Ryan in Volume 27

Chelsea's Wartime Wireless Transmission Station by Carol Martin in Volume 28

Chelsea’s Grove: Fit for a Prince by Frances Curry in Volume 42

Chelsea’s Mystery Poet by Frances Curry in Volume 45

The Choir That Fills the Hills With Music ... and Cheese by Wayne Anderson in Volume 45

The Collins Sawmill at Kirk's Ferry, and Later at Chelsea, Kingsmere and Gatineau by Archie Pennie and Larry Dufour in Volume 36

Colonel D.E. Macintyre (1885-1974) by Ernie Mahoney in Volume 21

The Colourful Past of Ski Lodges and Trails in Gatineau Park by Charles Hodgson in Volume 39

Confederation and the Elections of 1867 by James Martin in Volume 18

A Cottage at Cascades by Gavin Hudson in Volume 37

A "Cottage Industry": The Knights of Lake Pemichangan by Wanda J. Taylor in Volume 38

Cottage Life up the Valley in the 1940s - Venosta or Bust by Peter Mulrooney in Volume 37

A Courtship Glimpsed Through Letters in the 1930s by Maryan O’Hagan in Volume 49

David Rouleau's Flight Jacket by Norma Geggie in Volume 36

Dear (School) Diary, Cantley by Carol Martin in Volume 33

A Decade in the Woods: Rosemary Gilliat Eaton’s Winter Cabin in Gatineau Park by Danielle Siemens in Volume 44

Del Trudeau’s Matchbook Collection: A History and a Story by Susan Trudeau in Volume 46

Derailment of the "Gatineau Limited" by AM Pennie in Volume 29

The Derby Settlement of Wright Township by in Volume 50

The Development of a Community in Lower Canada. Wakefield by Judith Geggie in Volume 2

Did You Know That - A dedicated quilter spent her life in the Wakefield area in Volume 9

Did You Know That - in Volume 6

Did You Know That - Keeping the Home Fires Burning was vital in Volume 10

Did You Know That — by Reginald B. Hale in Volume 5

Did You Know That — in Volume 5

Discovering Francis Fitz Roy Dixon by Jon S. Dellandrea in Volume 43

Discovering the Gatineau by Gunda Lambton in Volume 19

Doctors Up The Gatineau in Volume 12

Dorothy's Diaries: Changes to Kirk's Ferry in 1926 and 1927 by Carol Martin in Volume 40

Douglas Lochhead Painted with Words by with introduction by Paull Leamen and notes from Sara and Mary Lochhead in Volume 46

Dr. Geggie and Me by Gerald Ian Pritchard in Volume 43

Dr. Geggie's Wild Winter Ride by Alfred O'Hanlon in Volume 7

Dreams of Land (and Nightmares for Some) in Hull Township by Carol Martin in Volume 36

Duclos, Quebec, and the Duclos Family of Masham Township by Willa Duclos in Volume 34

Dunn's Hotel by Mrs. E. J. Ryan in Volume 1

E. Champagne: The life and times of Cantley’s tugboat by Margaret Phillips in Volume 41

Early Aerial Photography of The Gatineau River Valley by Duncan Marshall in Volume 27

Early Gatineau Sports by Mrs. Walter Turnbull (Helen Graham) in Volume 3

Early Kirk's Ferry, Quebec by Patrick M.O. Evans in Volume 1

Early Settlement of Meech Lake by Ethel Penman Hope in Volume 10

Early Settlement of the Upper Gatineau Valley: The 1840s by Martin Lamontagne in Volume 50

Early Transportation In The Gatineau Valley And Connecting Factors by A. del. Panet in Volume 13

The Early Years of The Gatineau River Yacht Club by Allan Richens in Volume 27

Edward McSheffrey - Mayor Of Low Township by Gunda Lambton in Volume 11

Emigrating to Canada in the 1950s by Val Davis in Volume 33

Epilogue to the Miles Barnes Story: The Lost Apple Orchard by Bill McGee in Volume 43

Farmer's Rapids on the Gatineau River by Brigadier G.R.D. Farmer, RCAMC (Ret'd) in Volume 6

Farmers’ Notebook: McClelland Farm 1840 by Sue and Bob McClelland in Volume 41

The Farrellton Butter Factory by Stuart Geggie in Volume 20

A Few "Minutes" in Celebration of Chelsea's 125th Anniversary: Municipal Government in Chelsea's Early Years by Carol Martin in Volume 26

Fifty Years of Firefighting in Chelsea by Carol Martin in Volume 32

Firearms Restrictions — 1875 in Volume 2

Fish in the Basement by Barbara Steers in Volume 9

The Fitzpatrick Family Of North Wakefield by Nora M. Hanson in Volume 11

'Flashed All Their Sabres Bare' by Reginald B. Hale in Volume 5

The Fleming Family Enterprises of Chelsea by Annie Fleming in Volume 24

Folklore of the Gatineau Valley by Gunda Lambton in Volume 10

Following Florence by W. C. (Bill) Allen in Volume 42

Footnote to History - A doctor ministers to the people of the Gatineau in Volume 7

Footnote to History - A historic walk along the old Low-Maniwaki trail in Volume 10

Footnote to History - An agreement with Tiberius Wright in Volume 6

Footnote to History - Attracting settlers to the Gatineau in Volume 9

Footnote To History - Boyhood Days - Poem in Volume 12

Footnote to History - Edward Haycock, Engineer and Public Contractor in Volume 10

Footnote To History - Floodlighting St. Stephen's Church in Volume 12

Footnote to History - George Hall who donated land for the Hall Cemetery in Volume 8

Footnote to History - How one man provided for his widow in 1847 in Volume 7

Footnote to History - Ice on the Gatineau in 1847 in Volume 6

Footnote to History - Philemon Wright as a prize-winning grower of hemp in Volume 9

Footnote to History - Pritchard and Davies Families in Volume 8

Footnote to History - Some Family Connections in Volume 6

Footnote to History - Stone for St. Stephen's in Volume 7

Footnote To History - Tea Room in Volume 11

Footnote to History - That "certain cancer cure" in Volume 10

Footnote to History - The charge to the 'Light Brigade' in Volume 7

Footnote to History - The Old Iron Kettle - Poem by K. Blake McCloskey in Volume 10

Footnote to History - The Small Boy's Troubles - Poem in Volume 8

Footnote to History - The Temiscaming Earthquake of 1935 in Volume 8

Footnote to History - These Gatineau Hills - Poem by David Westwood in Volume 9

Footnote to History - Trouble in the timber trade in Volume 6

Footnote to History - Unveiling of the Thompson Memorial by Reginald B. Hale in Volume 6

Footnote To History - When teams and sleights freighted up the Gatineau in Volume 12

Forsey Family Idylls at Blue Sea Lake by Helen Forsey in Volume 44

From Cantley to the Basque Country by Oriana Barkham in Volume 48

From Chelsea to Edmonton and Back in "Lizzie", a 1915 Model T Ford by Horace R Lee, Courtesy of Alice Hudson in Volume 29

Gaels of the Gatineau Valley by Danny Doyle in Volume 45

The Gatineau Falls Farm by Paul Benoit in Volume 4

Gatineau Gourmets (Gatineau Valley Gourmet Club) by Liz Palmer in Volume 31

The Gatineau Highway by Archie Pennie in Volume 25

The Gatineau Hills: Love at First Sight by Norma E. Walmsley in Volume 22

Gatineau Labyrinth: The Laflêche Cave by Joanne MacDonald in Volume 14

The Gatineau Lakes Water Supply Project by Archie M. Pennie in Volume 19

The Gatineau Mountain of Iron by Elaine Bedford Theberge in Volume 3

"Gatineau": Paddling through the History of a River’s Name by Rick Henderson in Volume 46 - voir aussi l'article traduit

Gatineau Park in our Pocket by Wayne Anderson in Volume 42

Gatineau River centuries by Mary Trafford, with foreword by Paull Leamen in Volume 45

The Gatineau Riverman by Sogarth Aronn in Volume 2

The Gatineau Tank Mystery by Archie M. Pennie in Volume 23

The Gatineau: The First Billion Years by Les White in Volume 48

The Gatineau Valley by Alvin Mulligan, with foreword by Paull Leamen in Volume 49

A Gem in the Gatineau Valley by Duncan Marshall in Volume 30

The Gilmour House by Hans Honegger and Warren Mayor in Volume 19

Gliding over the Eardley Escarpment and Hollow Glen by Duncan Marshall in Volume 34

“Go Ask Mary”: Mary E. Macdonald 1918–2006 by Landon Pearson in Volume 44

Going Home in Volume 4

The Great Fire in Hull by Sarah Rosina Wright in Volume 5

The Great Fire of 1870 by RJ Hughes in Volume 32

Great, Great Grandmother's Day by Bertha (Wilson) Holt in Volume 3

The Great Hydro-Electric Works on the Gatineau River: Some Views From Contemporary Engineering Journals by Jacques Lecours in Volume 21

The Great Wright Robbery of 1909 by D. Jeffrey Brown in Volume 48

Half a Century of Chelsea School by RJ Hughes in Volume 33

Hamilton Motors, 1923-1926 by Norma Geggie in Volume 32

The Handy Drawer by Lillian (Wilson) Walton in Volume 2

Harky and His Garage by James Milks in Volume 45

Harky Milks Visits Heteren Cemetery by Paul Gessell in Volume 49

Harry Carruthers, Kazabazua Blacksmith in Volume 12

The Haycock Iron Mine by Dr. Donald D. Hogarth in Volume 10

The Healeys of Harrington Lake, Peggy Healey Remembers Life on the Homestead by Allan Richens in Volume 30

Heat by Archibald Lampman, with foreword by Catherine Joyce in Volume 38

Hero Buried at Chelsea, Quebec by Lillian Walton in Volume 6

The Hetherington Farm by Michael Reford in Volume 19

High Times at High Falls by Margaret Phillips in Volume 47

Highlife in the Gatineau by Lillian Walton in Volume 6

A History of Dying in the Gatineau Valley by Hannen Sabean in Volume 45

Hollywood: The Gatineau Connection by Archie M. Pennie in Volume 23

Home to Beattie Point by Catherine Joyce in Volume 42

How Philemon Wright High School Teachers and Students Met the Challenge of 1968 by Bob McClelland in Volume 44

I.B. York - A Man of Many Parts by Norma Geggie in Volume 8

Ian Tamblyn: The Early Years! 1972–77 by Landon Pearson in Volume 44

In Memory of Rev. Robert Taggart 1863-1926 by William Robert Taggart in Volume 13

In the Beginning in Volume 9

The Instant Commando or Hot Sweet Tea by H.J.G. Geggie in Volume 22

Irish Surnames of the Gatineau by Gunda Lambton in Volume 13

An Irish Wake by Alfred O'Hanlon in Volume 8

An Irishman in Canada: John Egan by Dr. H.T. Douglas in Volume 10

Isaac Cross and His Family by Lillian Walton in Volume 4

Jack Made It by Brian Doyle in Volume 35

James Martin's Letters - His Work in Low and Maniwaki by Carol Martin in Volume 20

John Rudolphus Booth: A Man for His Time by Carol Martin in Volume 23

Joseph Irwin and His Farm by Norma Geggie in Volume 26

A Journey into the Past—Lac-des-Loups, Québec by Mark Frutkin in Volume 48

Kazabazua and the Atom Bomb by AM Pennie in Volume 30

The Kazabazua Bridge and Bender's Grist Mill by A.M. Pennie in Volume 27

The Kennedy Road in the 1930s and 1940s by Allan Richens in Volume 31

King Mountain: The Geographic Centre of Canada by Duncan Marshall in Volume 36

King Of The Gatineau by Robert A.J. Phillips in Volume 11

The "King of the Gatineau" & St. Alexander College by Maurice Gobeil in Volume 1

Kingsmere by A. deL. Panel in Volume 11

Kingsmere Connections: Elizabeth Smart 1913–1986 by Paull Leamen in Volume 44

Kingsmere's Sheffield Farm, Two Hundred Years Later by Louise Schwartz in Volume 47

Kirk’s Ferry to Passchendaele, Belgium by Frances Curry in Volume 49

Kirk's Ferry's Union Mission Church and Other Shared Protestant Churches in Chelsea by Carol Martin in Volume 25

Lac Gauvreau: A Personal History by Ian Arnold in Volume 49

Lady Tweedsmuir's Stamp on Wakefield History by Frances Curry in Volume 47

A Lake and a Road, and Names to Remember by Anita Rutledge in Volume 32

A Lake with Two Names: The Harrington Lake (Lac Mousseau) Toponymy Controversy by Michael Lait in Volume 42

Land Use History of the Gatineau Valley 1800-1850 by Helen E. Parsons in Volume 9

Landslides of the Lower Gatineau by Bruce Lister in Volume 29

Larrimac Golf Club - A Gatineau Gem by A. del Panet in Volume 9

Larrimac Golf Club: 100 Years Later by David Stockwell in Volume 50

Last Train Up the Gatineau by John E. Trent in Volume 47

Laura Gamble: From Wakefield to the Great War by Brooke Broadbent in Volume 42

The Legacy of William Commanda, Algonquin Elder by Romola Vasantha Thumbadoo in Volume 40

The Leppard Blacksmith Shop at Old Chelsea by Nancy Benedict in Volume 17

Letter from Woburn by Arthur H. Shearman in Volume 2

Letter to Harry: My 1949 Canoe Trip in the Upper Gatineau by Sheila Thomson in Volume 44

Life Below Decks by Cliff Quince in Volume 22

The Life of a Beekeeper in the Gatineau Hills by Louise Schwartz in Volume 36

Lights! Camera! Action! - A Brief History of Crawley Films by Michal Anne Crawley in Volume 35

The Little White Church at Cascades by Lillian (Wilson) Walton in Volume 3

A Loggers’ Lament by with introduction by Paull Leamen in Volume 46

Logging and Lumbering on the Gatineau River by David Lee in Volume 34

The Lost Farm of Pleasant Valley by Louise Schwartz in Volume 41

The Low Down to Hull and Back News - if you got the pun, you got the paper by Kitty Mantell and Nikki Mantell in Volume 39

Low-Lying Roots by Don Kealey in Volume 50

Low Then and Now - A Salute to 150 Years by Carol Martin in Volume 35

Low up to Kaz, and Back, by the "Front Road" and "Back Road" by R. J. Blanchard in Volume 37

Mackenzie King and the Stone Angels of Moorside by George F. Henderson in Volume 18

Mackenzie King Introduces a Future Governor General to the Gatineau by J. William Galbraith in Volume 47

Mackenzie King the Farmer by George F. Henderson in Volume 20

Mackenzie King's First Visit to Kingsmere by George F. Henderson in Volume 19

Mackenzie King’s First Summer at Kingsmere by George Henderson in Volume 43

Maclaren's General Store Circa 1900: A Sketch by Judith Geggie in Volume 14

Maggie, with Love by Frances Curry in Volume 48

Magistrate's Court in Volume 1

Malak Karsh in the Gatineau Hills: From tugboats to tulips by Joanne MacDonald and Paul Gessell in Volume 41

A Man of Virtue and Talent by Isobel Ryan in Volume 6

A Man who Inspired Local Teens: An Amazing Sailor and Wartime Hero by Jim Brown in Volume 30

The Martin Letters of Tucker Lake: Disease, Drought and Other Hardships by Don Kealey in Volume 45

Martindale’s Roman Catholic Church and Cemeteries by Don Kealey in Volume 45

Meech Creek Valley Girl by Preston Wilson in Volume 31

"Meet You at Dean's Bar at 4 O'clock Monday Morning" by P.M.O. Evans in Volume 2

Memorable Classroom Moments by Val Davis in Volume 33

Memories of Kingsmere Lodge and Kingsmere in the 1920's by George Wattsford in Volume 27

Memories Of Life In Wakefield 60-70 Years Ago by Stuart Geggie in Volume 17

Memories of Meech Lake Summers by Margaret Coleman in Volume 37

Memories of Mountain Road by The Right Honourable Adrienne Clarkson in Volume 47

Memories of my School Days in Cascades by Douglas Cowden in Volume 33

Memories of Work Bees up the Gatineau by Jim Brown in Volume 21

In Memory of a Chelsea Airman: Erle Milks by James Milks in Volume 49

Men in the Woods by Courtney C. J. Bond in Volume 46

Messages from Two Autograph Books by Carol Martin in Volume 16

Miles Barnes, Hermit, Redux by Frances Curry in Volume 39

Milestones in 170 Years at the Wakefield Mill by Anita Rutledge in Volume 35

The Milks Diaries by Introduction by Reta Milks in Volume 41

Mired in Mud to 100 Kilometres an Hour: The Gatineau Highway through Time by Helen E. Parson in Volume 50

The Moffatt Memorial in Volume 4

A Most Useful And Extensive Organization by Carol Martin in Volume 17

Moulding a Life in Clay by Maureen Marcotte in Volume 42

Movers and Shakers Visit Thirty-One Mile Lake by Archie M Pennie in Volume 31

My Family in the Early Days of Kirk's Ferry by Rita Hogan Hendrick in Volume 23

My First Year Teaching School in Chelsea by Val Davis in Volume 33

My Gatineau Connection by Andy Davies in Volume 8

My Knowledge of Fires in West Hull by Donald Charles Moore in Volume 32

My Life And Times In The Bush by J. E. Boyle in Volume 15

My Little War by R.A.J. Phillips in Volume 22

The Mystery of the Stone Wall by Jacques Tardivel in Volume 47

Northfield United Church and Its Cemetery by A.M. Pennie in Volume 26

Notes from the First Minute Book - 1875-76. Municipality of West Hull in Volume 1

Notes on the Early Days of the Parish of Martindale by Joan Brownrigg Barrow in Volume 21

The Oblates of Mary-Immaculate and the Founding of Maniwaki by Janet Uren in Volume 4

The Old Homestead by Elizabeth Stevenson Rutledge in Volume 19

Old Mills at Aumond and Point Comfort by AM Pennie in Volume 30

The Old Mountain Lodge at Kingsmere by Heather Quipp in Volume 29

On Antiques by Lillian Walton in Volume 13

One Family's War by Tony German in Volume 22

One Hundred Years Ago - $250 per year in wages plus board and washing in Volume 9

One Woman’s Fight to Preserve the History and Wilderness of Gatineau Park by Wayne Anderson in Volume 44

One-Armed Bandits in the Gatineau Hills by Preston Wilson in Volume 30

Operation Clean Bottom: Muscle and $40,000 Clean the Gatineau River in 1977 by Ernie Mahoney in Volume 25

Orange in the Valley: The Reign and Remnants of the Orange Order in the Gatineau by Toby Sanger in Volume 49

Origins of the German Settlers in Schwartz and Ladysmith by Gunda Lambton in Volume 14

The Ottawa and Gatineau Valley Railway 1871-1901 by Gary Levy in Volume 6

Ottawa and Gatineau Railway - Hotels And Boarding Houses Convenient To Stations in Volume 7

Our Cantley Bush Lot by Hubert McClelland in Volume 49

Outaouais Phosphorus Production: From Matches to Fireworks and Detergents by A.M.Pennie in Volume 24

The Parson was a Painter by Geoffrey Rider in Volume 47

Pat Evans, Neighbour and Friend by Bill Pawley in Volume 26

Pat Evans: A Tribute by Ernie Mahoney in Volume 26

The Paugan Dam by Gunda Lambton in Volume 17

The Paugan Falls Canoe Works by AM Pennie in Volume 29

Pearsons up the Gatineau by Landon Pearson in Volume 38

Les Pères Capuchin du Lac Meach by Shirley Shorter in Volume 8

Philemon Wright (1760-1839) by Bruce Elliott in Volume 26

Philemon Wright Memorial by P.M.O. Evans in Volume 7

Philemon Wright's Gun-Shed by Dr. H.T. Douglas in Volume 9

Pickanock by Brian Doyle in Volume 48

“A Picture Is Worth a Thousand Words" by Lillian Walton in Volume 12

"The Picturesque Hills and Dales:" The Gatineau Through Artists' Eyes by Jim Burant in Volume 26

Pilgrims to the Gatineau ~ The Phillips Property: Memories of its Early Days by Margaret Phillips in Volume 40

Pine To Pulp: The Timber Trade on the Gatineau River by Helen E. Parson in Volume 3

The Pink and Moffatt Families of Hull, 1822-1938 by Bruce Elliott in Volume 1

Pink House by Christopher Carr in Volume 19

Poltimore: A View From the Outside by Janet McDiarmid in Volume 27

Portrait of a Chelsea Artist: Robert Hyndman by Louise Schwartz in Volume 37

Private Richard Rowland Thompson's "Chelsea Connection": Bertha Alexander and the Alexanders of Chelsea by Carol Martin in Volume 28

Public School Pastimes: Toys and Games by Preston Wilson in Volume 32

Railway ‘Up The Gatineau' in Volume 12

The Railway 'Up the Gatineau' by Helen Stephens in Volume 4

The Raising by Stan Cross in Volume 21

The Rebirth of James Strutt’s “Magical” House on Mountain Road by Lesley Strutt in Volume 43

Record of a Summer by Barbara Benoit in Volume 5

Reflections by Alfred O'Hanlon in Volume 12

Reflections of the Gatineau Valley: Through a Photographer’s Lens by From the Pat Evans Archives of the Gatineau Valley Historical Society in Volume 45

Regal Heights, Kingsmere by Andrew M. Johnston in Volume 39

Remarkable Lost Art of the Gatineau Valley: The Paintings of Francis Fitz Roy Dixon (1856-1914) by Jon S. Dellandrea in Volume 43

Remembering RAJ (Bob) Phillips by Ernie Mahoney in Volume 30

Remembering the Farms of Wakefield by Anita Rutledge in Volume 44

Remembering the Life of Patrick M.O. Evans by Bob Phillips in Volume 26

Remembering Wartime: Alice Lee Hudson and Bertha Herd Larcher by Allan Richens in Volume 29

Remembrances 1945-1995 by Klaus G. Decker in Volume 22

A Reminiscence of Billy Connor and his Cantley “Castle” by James Brown in Volume 41

Reminiscences of Nursing at Gatineau Memorial Hospital: 1952 and 1953 by Norma Geggle in Volume 18

Rhymes for Their Times: The Cross Family's Love of Verse by Trudy Cross Stephen in Volume 35

Richard Rowland Thompson, 1877-1908 by Graeme S. Mount in Volume 16

Roderick Percy Sparks: Gatineau Park's Forgotten Founder by Jean-Paul Murray in Volume 30

Roots in the Gatineau by Lillian Walton in Volume 5

"A Rose by Any Other Name...." in Volume 2

Rosemary Gilliat Eaton: A Biographical Sketch by Danielle Siemens in Volume 44

Samuel Bingham, “King of the Cascades” by Pauline Masson and Karen Bingham in Volume 46

School Days in Chelsea in the Olden Days by Carol Martin in Volume 33

The Sculpted Rocks of Cantley by David Sharpe in Volume 41

Seventy-Five Years Young: The Larrimac Golf Club Ages Gracefully by Barbara Tevlin in Volume 25

A Shanty Cook: Sifton McClelland by Hubert McClelland in Volume 50

Shanty Cook: Yvette Saumure Bénard by Louise Schwartz in Volume 50

Simmons General Store — 1884-1926 by Nancy and Janet Benedict in Volume 18

Simmons Post Office 1896-1916 by Nancy and Janet Benedict in Volume 17

Six Days on the Road: An 1886 Business Trip to Maniwaki by Helen E. Parson in Volume 40

Sign, Sign, Everywhere a Sign: The Story of Joe Fleming by James Milks in Volume 49

Ski-ing in Earlier Years in Volume 13

Snowbound on the Maniwaki Subdivision by William Felton McConnell in Volume 32

Some Fieminiscences Of Charles Waters Chambefilin in Volume 11

Some Gatineau Hills Memories by Betty Kennedy in Volume 42

Some Memories of Skiing Up The Gatineau by Allan Richens in Volume 26

Some Sketches of Kazabazua by A. M. Pennie in Volume 28

Some Spring News — 1888 Bertha Reid by Bertha Reid in Volume 17

Some Thoughts on VE Day Plus 50 by Archie M. Pennie in Volume 22

Speak Memory, of Madam by Brian Doyle in Volume 46

Spinning and Weaving in Days Gone By by Norma Geggie in Volume 20

Squaring the Log by Archie M. Pennie in Volume 20

Stan Healey's Recollections by Ernie Mahoney in Volume 30

Stanislaus Franchot and his Buckingham Mines by Donald D. Hogarth in Volume 24

Station Agent in the Gatineau by Bruce Ballantyne in Volume 10

Stations of the Gatineau Valley RailwayBruce Ballantyne in Volume 24

The Stone Church of St. Stephen by Karen J. Watson in Volume 7

Stone for St. Stephen's by Richard Mulvihill in Volume 2

The Store at Kirk's Ferry by Carol Martin in Volume 18

The Story of a Bridge by Edouard P. Laberge in Volume 5

A Student a Century Ago Writes of Country Life and the Wider World: Ada Brown's 1888 Notebook by Carol Martin in Volume 16

"Les Suisses" of Duclos - In Memoriam by Anita Rutledge in Volume 33

Sully's Mill, the Backbone of Wakefield Village by Ernie Mahoney in Volume 24

Summer Bridges: Early Ferries on the Gatineau by Joanne MacDonald in Volume 6

Summer Hotels of The Gatineau by Ernie Mahoney in Volume 25

Summering Up The Gatineau by Shirley Selwyn in Volume 25

Summerleigh: A Six-Generation Cottage at Kirk's Ferry by Louise Schwartz in Volume 34

Summers in Tenaga: Big Enough for July, but Not for August by Catherine Joyce and Frances Curry in Volume 42

Summers on Chelsea Island by Ida W. Dale (nee Currie) in Volume 14

A Tale About a Name, Two Persons and the Fur Trade by P.M.O.Evans and Carol Martin in Volume 24

A Tale of Two Sisters by Gordon Roy Fairbairn in Volume 28

Tax Showdown Up The Gatineau by Grant Maxwell in Volume 23

The Telephone Industry in Wakefield and Surrounding Areas by Wendy Ellen Quince in Volume 3

Teresa Meness of the Maniwaki Algonquins by Gunda Lambton in Volume 16

There's a Tavern in the Town by Ernie Mahoney in Volume 26

This Old Store by Susan Trudeau in Volume 47

Thomas C. Bate and his Gold Note Stock Farm by Norma Geggie in Volume 38

Three Centuries of the Fur Trade, Passing by the Gatineau Region by Carol Martin in Volume 24

Through the Hoopskirt Door by Patrick M. O. Evans in Volume 13

Timber Agreement of 1863 in Volume 4

The Tip Top and the Gatineau Echo by Lillian Walton in Volume 9

To Cure a Sore Throat: First Kill a Bear by Bertha (Wilson) Holt in Volume 2

To The Cottage — 1896 by Bruce Ballantyne in Volume 3

Toponymy by Patrick M.O. Evans in Volume 14

Town Site Farm by Janet Benedict in Volume 19

Trade and Other Tokens of the Gatineau Region by Paul S. Berry in Volume 28

A Train Station on the Move by RJ Hughes in Volume 47

The Trapper by Stan Cross in Volume 18

Two Bees in Meech Creek Valley by Helen Ditchfield Ravenscroft in Volume 21

Uncle Jack’s Electrical Powerhouse on Blackburn Creek by Hubert McClelland in Volume 41

Up The Gatineau by Mrs. C.R. Holt (Bertha Wilson) in Volume 1

Up The Line — The Railway From Hull To Maniwaki by Bruce Ballantyne in Volume 17

Vale of Gatineau by John MacTaggart in Volume 3

A Veterinarian Arrives in the Gatineau Hills by Carol Polonsky Froimovitch with Mark Froimovitch in Volume 39

The Village of Old Chelsea, circa 1900 by Patrick M. O. Evans in Volume 43

W.L.M.K. by F. R. Scott, with a foreword by Paull Leamen in Volume 43

The Wakefield Rifle Club by John Sudbury in Volume 29

The Wakefield Women's Institute, 1919-1961 by Norma Geggie in Volume 21

Wartime in the Gatineau by Ernie Mahoney in Volume 22

Water and Worship: an open-air service on the Gatineau River by Margaret Avison, with foreword by Paull Leamen in Volume 40

We Remember: From Lignières-de-Touraine in France to Chelsea, Quebec, Canada by Allan Richens and Carol Martin in Volume 36

West Hull's Phosphate Pits: Mines, Miners and Motives by Donald D. Hogarth in Volume 25

West Hull’s First Secretary-Treasurer: Some Financial Irregularities by Frances Curry in Volume 43

What We Ate on the Farm by Jim Brown in Volume 48 - voir aussi l'article traduit

When the Axe Was King by Archie Pennie in Volume 24

Where’s That Train? by Bruce Ballantyne in Volume 44

Whither This Point of Land? by Norma Geggie in Volume 16

Why a Gatineau Park Cabin is called Shilly Shally by Charles Hodgson in Volume 44

Why Cover the Bridge? by Archie M. Permie in Volume 20

Wild West Days at the "Kax" by A. M. Pennie in Volume 28

The William Connor Estate in Cantley by Mary Holmes in Volume 41

Wilson's Corners Storekeepers and Some of Their Neighbours by Mary Holmes-Burke in Volume 24

The Windago by Gordon Johnston in Volume 3

Wine and Women in Chelsea by Carol Martin in Volume 32

Wolf Lake’s Hazel Foran Mayer by Anita Rutledge in Volume 48

Wolves at Meech Lake by Ken Buck in Volume 38

Women of Cantley’s Farming Era, 1830s to 1960s by Margaret Phillips in Volume 50

Words by Walter Cross, Music by Leo Freeman by Carol Martin in Volume 31

Working For The CPR by Gunda Larnbton in Volume 17

“Ye” by Brian Doyle in Volume 45

You Can’t Say “No” to Norma by Mary Lou van Schaik in Volume 46

You Never Told Who Your Bootlegger Was by Ernie Mahoney en Volume 27


Articles traduits en français

Ce que nous mangions à la ferme par Jim Brown dans Volume 48

« Cimenté à jamais » dans les collines de la Gatineau : Thomas Maxwell et Katie Burnett par Valérie Crevier dans Volume 47

Les débuts de la colonisation de la Haute-Gatineau : les années 1840 par Martin Lamontagne dans Volume 50

« Gatineau » : Pagayer à travers la toponymie d'une rivière par Rick Henderson dans Volume 46

Les rochers de Cantley par David Sharpe dans Volume 41

Notre terre à bois à Cantley by Hubert McClelland in Volume 49

"Les Suisses" de Duclos - In Memoriam par Anita Rutledge dans Volume 33

Une cuisinière de chantier: Yvette Saumure Bénard par Louise Schwartz dans Volume 50