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Author index for Up the Gatineau!

Index for volumes 1-43 (1974-2017).

The Up the Gatineau! Index for volumes 1 to 43 is available for download (pdf format).

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Allen, W. C. (Bill), “Following Florence,” 42:65–78
Anderson, Wayne, “Gatineau Park in our Pocket,” 42:53–64
Avison, Margaret, “Water and Worship: An Open-Air Service on the Gatineau River,” 40:32–33


Ballantyne, Bruce
 - “Architecture of the Gatineau Valley Railway Stations,” 43:63–76
 - “To the Cottage – 1896,” 3:8–9
 - “Station Agent in the Gatineau,” 10:2–3
 - “Stations of the Gatineau Valley Railway,” 24:41–44
 - “Up the Line – The Railway from Hull to Maniwaki,” 17:1–4
Barrow, Joan Brownrigg, “As Long as Love and Music Last,” 18:7–10
Barrow, Joan Brownrigg (ed.), “Notes on the Early Days of the Parish of Martindale,” 21:30–34
Benedict, Janet, “Town Site Farm,” 19:12–16
Benedict, Nancy, “The Leppard Blacksmith Shop at Old Chelsea,” 17:15–18
Benedict, Nancy and Janet
 - “Simmons General Store – 1884-1926,” 18:11–20
 - “Simmons Post Office 1896-1916,” 17:22–24
Benoit, Barbara, “Record of a Summer,” 5:2–6
Benoit, Paul, “The Gatineau Falls Farm,” 4:8–14
Berry, Paul S., “Trade and Other Tokens of the Gatineau Region,” 28:31–42
Blanchard, R. J., “Low up to Kaz, and Back, by the ‘Front Road’ and ‘Back Road’“, 37:31–41
Bourinot, Arthur S.
 - “The Kingsmere Road,” 39:45
 - “Nicolas Gatineau,” 9:2
 - “A Skier,” 39:46
Boyle, J. Edgar, “My Life and Times in the Bush,” 15:1–37
Broadbent, Brooke, “Laura Gamble: From Wakefield to the Great War,” 42:79–84
Brown, Jim
 - “A Man Who Inspired Local Teens: An Amazing Sailor and Wartime Hero,” 30:6–10
 - “Memories of Work Bees up the Gatineau,” 21:8–12
 - “A Reminiscence of Billy Connor and his Cantley “Castle,” 41:44–45
Buck, Ken, “Wolves at Meech Lake,” 38:37–45
Burant, Jim, “‘The picturesque hills and dales’: The Gatineau Through Artists’ Eyes,” 26:32–40


Carr, Christopher, “Pink House,” 19:16–23
Coleman, Margaret, “Memories of Meech Lake Summers,” 37:22–30
Connolly, John J., “Chelsea-Quebec,” 2:2–9
Cowden, Douglas, “Memories of My School Days in Cascades,” 33:11
Crawley, Michal Anne, “Lights! Camera! Action! – A Brief History of Crawley Films,” 35:26–34
Cross, Stan
 - “The Raising,” 21:6–8
 - “The Trapper,” 18:31–34
Curry, Frances
 - “Chelsea Island and Gilmours’ Gatineau Mills,” 40:34–44
 - “Chelsea Island” From Industrial Site to Recreational Paradise,” 42:1–12
 - “Chelsea’s Grove: Fit for a Prince,” 42:13–18
 - “Miles Barnes, Hermit, Redux,” 39:27–30
 - “West Hull’s First Secretary-Treasurer: Some Financial Irregularities,” 43:34–36
Curry, Frances and Catherine Joyce, “Summers in Tenaga: Big Enough for July, but Not for August,” 42:19–35


Dale, Ida W. (Currie), “Summers on Chelsea Island,” 14:20–24
Darou, Wes, “Cantley’s Iron Mine: A Moving Exploration,” 41:46–58
Davies, Andy, “My Gatineau Connection,” 8:20–25
Davis, Val
 - “Emigrating to Canada in the 1950s,” 33:5–6
 - “Memorable Classroom Moments,” 33:9–10
 - “My First Year Teaching School in Chelsea,” 33:6–8
Decker, Klaus G., “Remembrances 1945-1995,” 22:13–15
Dellandrea, Jon S.
 - “Discovering Francis Fitz Roy Dixon,” 43:24–26
 - “Remarkable Lost Art of the Gatineau Valley: The Paintings of Francis Fitz Roy Dixon, (1856-1914),” 43:1–23
Dolgin, Josh, “About This Year’s Editor: P.M.O. Evans, a Biography,” 14:31
Douglas, Dr. H. T.
 - “An Irishman in Canada: John Egan,” 10:14–15
 - “Philemon Wright’s Gun-shed,” 9:16–17
Doyle, Brian, “Jack Made It,” 35:1–4
Duclos, Willa, “Duclos, Quebec, and the Duclos Family of Masham Township,” 34:27–34


Elliott, Bruce S.
 - “Philemon Wright (1760-1839),” 26:1–3
 - “The Pink and Moffatt Familes of Hull, 1822-1838,” 1:7–9
Evans, Patrick M. O.
 - “Building the Town Hall at Old Chelsea – minute by minute,” 3:14–17
 - “Early Kirk’s Ferry, Quebec,” 1:11–15
 - “Firearms Restrictions,” 2:12
 - “Footnote to History,” 8:25, 9:9
 - “Meet You at Dean’s Bar at 4 O’clock Monday Morning,” 2:24
 - “Philemon Wright Memorial,” 7:9–14
 - “A Rose by Any Other Name.,” 2:9
 - “Some Reminiscences of Charles Waters Chamberlin,” 11:24–25
 - “Through the Hoopskirt Door,” 13:5–7
 - “Toponymy,” 14:1–4
 - “The Village of Old Chelsea, circa 1900,” 43:27–33
Evans, Patrick M. O. and Carol Martin, “A Tale About a Name, Two Persons, and the Fur Trade,” 24:1–4


Fairbairn, Gordon Roy, “A Tale of Two Sisters,” 28:19–23
Farmer, Brig. G.R.D., “Farmer’s Rapids on the Gatineau River,” 6:8–12
Faulkner, Neil, “A Bridge for Our Times – Rebuilding the Wakefield Covered Bridge,” 23:37–51
Fleming, Anne, “The Fleming Family Enterprises of Chelsea,” 24:35–40
Fletcher, Katharine, “At Home Up the Mountain: Miles Barnes, “The Hermit,” 14:11–14
Forbes, Harry A., “An Airman’s Story,” 22:16–21
Froimovitch, Carol (Polonsky) and Mark, “A Veterinarian Arrives in the Gatineau Hills,” 39:59–74


Geggie, Hans, “The Instant Commando, or Hot Sweet Tea,” 22:33–37
Geggie, Judith
 - “The Development of a Community in Lower Canada, Wakefield,” 2:13–15
 - “Maclaren’s General Store Circa 1900: A Sketch,” 14:15–19
Geggie, Norma
 - “David Rouleau’s Flight Jacket,” 36:21–25
 - “Hamilton Motors, 1923-2006,” 32:24–28
 - “I. B. York – A Man of Many Parts,” 8:2–4
 - “Joseph Irwin and His Farm,” 26:24–27
 - “New Beginnings in Wakefield,” 33:1–5
 - “Reminiscences of Nursing at Gatineau Memorial Hospital: 1952 and 1953,” 18:35–38
 - “Spinning and Weaving in Days Gone By,” 20:5–11
 - “Thomas C. Bate and his Gold Note Farm,” 38:27–36
 - “The Wakefield Women’s Institute, 1919-1961,” 21:24–29
 - “Whither This Point of Land?,” 16:19–21
Geggie, Norma and Stuart, “Regional Doctors,” 12:3–4
Geggie, Norma and Stuart eds.
 - “Getting About,” 12:8–9
 - “Popular Remedies,” 12:7–8
 - “The Telephone,” 12:4–7
Geggie, Stuart
 - “A Canadian Bride’s Dowry,” 16:22
 - “The Farrellton Butter Factory,” 20:12–14
 - “Memories of Life in Wakefield 60-70 Years Ago,” 17:10–14
German, Tony, “One Family’s War,” 22:22–26
Gessell, Paul and Joanne MacDonald, “Malak Karsh in the Gatineau Hills: From Tugboats to Tulips,” 41:59–67
Graham, John, “By Canoe and by Gosh: Memories of a Gatineau Canoe Trip,” 23:14–19
Graham, Shawn, “About a Barn – An Introduction to the Barns of Western Quebec,” 34:1–6


Hale, Reginald B.
 - “Brooks Hill,” 5:23–25
 - “Caleb Brooks, Pioneer of Low,” 8:12–17
 - “Flashed All Their Sabres Bare’“, 5:7–10
 - “Footnote to History,” 6:18
Hale, Reginald B. and Grete, “Brooks Hill – Low, Québec, Canada – Built 1859,” 16:1–4
Hanson, Nora M., “The Fitzpatrick Family of North Wakefield,” 11:16–21
Henderson, George F.
 - “Mackenzie King and the Stone Angels of Moorside,” 18:1–4
 - “Mackenzie King the Farmer,” 20:15–21
 - “Mackenzie King’s First Summer at Kingsmere,” 43:37–45
 - “Mackenzie King’s First Visit to Kingsmere,” 19:8–11
Hodgson, Charles, “The Colourful Past of Ski Lodges and Trails in Gatineau Park,” 39:31–43
Hogarth, Donald D.
 - “Ancient Explosions and More Recent, Quieter Events in the Gatineau-Lièvre District,” 30:44–50
 - “The Haycock Iron Mine,” 10:16–20
 - “Stanislas Franchot and his Buckingham Mines,” 24:16–23
 - “West Hull’s Phosphate Pits: Mines, Miners and Motives,” 25:31–43
Holmes, Mary, The William Connor Estate in Cantley,” 41:37–43
Holmes-Burke, Mary, “Wilson’s Corners Storekeepers and Some of Their Neighbours,” 24:29–34
Holt, Mrs. C. R. (Bertha Wilson)
 - “To Cure a Sore Throat: First Kill a Bear,” 2:23–24
 - “Great, Great Grandmother’s Day,” 3:6–7
 - “The ‘King of the Gatineau’ & St. Alexander College,” 1:17–22
 - “Ski-ing in Earlier Years,” 13:7–9
 - “Up the Gatineau,” 1:4–5
Honegger, Hans and Warren Major, “The Gilmour House,” 19:24–30
Hope, Ethel Penman, “Early Settlement of Meech Lake,” 10:20–Back cover
Hudson, Gavin, “A Cottage at Cascades,” 37:9–15
Hughes, R. J.
 - “The Great Fire of 1870,” 32:9–15
 - “Half a Century of Chelsea School,” 33:12–15


Jenkins, Phil, “Big Fat Crow,” 40:56–57
Johnston, Andrew M.
 - “Arts and Letters at Kingsmere: The Jenkins-McCurry Families,” 39:1–20
 - “Regal Heights, Kingsmere,” 39:21–26
Johnston, Gordon, “The Windago,” 3:9
Joyce, Catherine
 - “Home to Beattie Point,” 42:36–38
 - “No one knows Gatineau Valley history better than the editor of Up the Gatineau!,” 43:v–vii
Joyce, Catherine and Frances Curry
 - “Summers in Tenaga: Big Enough for July, but Not for August,” 42:19–35
Joyce, Catherine (ed.),
 -“Heat” by Archibald Lampman, 38:14–16


Kennedy, Betty, “Some Gatineau Hills Memories,” 42:85–86


Laberge, Edouard P., “The Story of a Bridge,” 5:12–17
Lafleur, Laurent, “125th Anniversary of Ste. Cecile de Masham Parish,” 4:15
Lait, Michael, “A Lake with Two Names: The Harrington Lake (Lac Mousseau) Toponymy Controversy,” 42:39–52
Lambton, Gunda
 - “The Barry Farm – A Pioneer Homestead,” 9:18–22
 - “The Battle of Brennan’s Hill,” 7:20–25
 - “Discovering the Gatineau,” 19:1–7
 - “Edward McSheffrey – Mayor of Low Township,” 11:21–23
 - “Folklore in the Gatineau Valley,” 10:7–14
 - “Harry Carruthers, Kazabazua Blacksmith,” 12:10–12
 - “Irish Surnames of the Gatineau,” 13:13–20
 - “Origins of the German Settlers in Schwartz and Ladysmith,” 14:5–10
 - “The Paugan Dam,” 17:36–39
 - “Teresa Meness of the Maniwaki Algonquins,” 16:23–26
 - “Working for the CPR,” 17:5–9
Lampman, Archibald, “Heat,” 38:14–16
Leamen, Paull (ed.)
 - “Chelsea Poems,” 39:44–46
 - “Water and Worship: An Open-Air Service on the Gatineau River” by Margaret Avison, 40:32–33
 - “W.L.M.K.,” 43:46–49
Lecours, Jacques, “The Great Hydro-Electric Works on the Gatineau River: Some Views from Contemporary Engineering Journals,” 21:35–44
Lee, David, “Logging and Lumbering on the Gatineau River,” 34:35–44
Lee, Horace R., “From Chelsea to Edmonton and Back in ‘Lizzie,’ a 1915 Model T Ford”, 29:1–5
Levy, Gary, “The Ottawa and Gatineau Valley Railway 1871-1901,” 6:2–7
Lister, Bruce, “Landslides in the Lower Gatineau,” 29:34–44


MacDonald, Joanne
 - “Gatineau Labyrinth: The Laflêche Cave,” 14:25–30
 - “Summer Bridges: Early Ferries on the Gatineau,” 6:19–24
MacDonald, Joanne and Paul Gessell, “Malak Karsh in the Gatineau Hills: From Tugboats to Tulips,” 41:59–67
MacTaggart, John, “Vale of Gattineau,” 3:7–8
Mahoney, Eric, “Footnote to History,” 12:12
Mahoney, Ernie
 - “A Bridge A-Building,” 23:1–8
 - “The Changing Face of the Wakefield Inn, 1860s to 1984,” 18:27–30
 - “Colonel D. E. Macintyre (1885-1974),” 21:1–5
 - “Operation Clean Bottom: Muscle and $40,000 Clean the Gatineau River in 1977,” 25:27–31
 - “Pat Evans: A Tribute,” 26:5–7
 - “Remembering R.A.J. (Bob) Phillips,” 30:1–5
 - “Stan Healey’s Recollections,” 30:26–30
 - “Sully’s Mill, the Backbone of Wakefield Village,” 24:13–15
 - “Summer Hotels of the Gatineau,” 25:5–9
 - “There’s a Tavern in the Town,” 26:17–19
 - “Wartime in the Gatineau,” 22:1–5
 - “You Never Told Who Your Bootlegger Was,” 27:21–23
Major, Warren and Hans Honegger, “The Gilmour House,” 19:24–30
Mantell, Kitty and Nikki, “The Low Down to Hull and Back News : If You Got the Pun, You Got the Paper,” 39:47–58
Marcotte, Maureen, “Moulding a Life in Clay,” 42:87–101
Marshall, Duncan
 - “Early Aerial Photography of the Gatineau River Valley,” 27:33–40
 - “A Gem in the Gatineau Valley,” 30:17–23
 - “Gliding Over the Eardley Escarpment and Hollow Glen,” 34:7–13
 - “King Mountain: The Geographical Centre of Canada,” 36:9–15
Martin, Carol
 - “An Artistic Anniversary,” 35:19–25
 - “Aunt Maud’s Postcard Album,” 31:1–7
 - “Avion Fur Farm,” 29:17–21
 - “The Brown’s Farm,” 20:22–29
 - “The Cascades Club,” 27:1–6
 - “Chelsea’s Wartime Wireless Transmission Station,” 28:9–12
 - “Dear (School) Diary, Cantley,” 33:22–24
 - “Dorothy’s Diaries: Changes to Kirk’s Ferry in 1926 and 1927,” 40:45–55
 - “Dreams of Land (and Nightmares for Some) in Hull Township,” 36:1–8
 - “A Few ‘Minutes’ in Celebration of Chelsea’s 125th Anniversary: Municipal Government in Chelsea’s Early Years,” 26:10–16
 - “Fifty Years of Firefighting in Chelsea,” 32:4–8
 - “John Rodolphus Booth: A Man for His Time,” 23:28–36
 - “Kirk’s Ferry Union Mission Church and Other Shared Protestant Churches in Chelsea,” 25:21–26
 - “Low Then and Now – A Salute to 150 Years,” 35:5–8
 - “Messages from Two Autograph Books,” 16:11–14
 - “A Most Useful and Extensive Organization,” 17:25–35
 - “Private Richard Rowland Thompson’s ‘Chelsea Connection’: Bertha Alexander and the Alexanders of Chelsea,” 28:13–18
 - “School Days in Chelsea in the Olden Days,” 33:16–21
 - “The Store at Kirk’s Ferry,” 18:21–26
 - “A Student a Century Ago Writes of Country Life and the Wider World: Ada Brown’s 1888 Notebook,” 16:5–10
 - “Three Centuries of the Fur Trade, Passing By the Gatineau Region,” 24:4–10
 - “Wine and Women in Chelsea,” 32:29–32
 - “Words by Walter Cross, Music by Leo Friedman,” 31:41–44
Martin, Carol and Allan Richens, “We Remember: From Lignières-de-Touraine, France, to Chelsea, Quebec, Canada,” 36:26–31
Martin, Carol and Archie M. Pennie, “A Century of the Gatineau Fish and Game Club,” 21:16–24
Martin, Carol and Patrick M. O. Evans, “A Tale About a Name, Two Persons, and the Fur Trade,” 24:1–4
Martin, Carol (ed.), “James Martin’s Letters - His Work in Low and Maniwaki,” 20:30–40
Martin, James, “Confederation and the Elections of 1867,” 18:5–6
Maxwell, Grant, “Tax Showdown up the Gatineau,” 23:9–13
McClelland, Hubert, “Uncle Jack’s Electrical Powerhouse on Blackburn Creek,” 41:30–36
McClelland, Sue and Bob, “Farmers’ Notebook: McClelland Farm 1840,” 41:79–94
McCloskey, K. Blake
 - “Boyhood Days,” 12:Back cover
 - “The Old Grey Horse and Sleigh,” 11:Back cover
 - “The Old Iron Kettle,” 10:Back cover
McConnell, William Felton, “Snowbound on the Maniwaki Subdivision,” 32:16–18
McDiarmid, Janet, “Poltimore: A View From the Outside,” 27:27–32
McGarry, Lyla and Lillian Walton, “Did You Know That.,” 5:Back cover
McGee, Bill, “Epilogue to the Miles Barnes Story: The Lost Apple Orchard,” 43:77–83
McSheffrey, Bernice, “Footnote to History,” 6:7–8
Meech, Marion A., “Asa Meech,” 7:14–19
Milks, Reta, “The Milks Diaries,” 41:22–29
Moore, Donald Charles, “My Knowledge of Fires in West Hull,” 32:1–3
Morisset, David, “Footnote to History,” 12:10
Mount, Graeme S., “Richard Rowland Thompson, 1877-1908,” 16:15–18
Mulrooney, Peter, “Cottage Life up the Vallley in the 1940s - Venosta or Bust,” 37:16–21
Mulvihill, Richard
 - “Footnote to History,” 7:7
 - “Stone for St. Stephen’s,” 2:15
Murray, Jean-Paul, “Roderick Percy Sparks: Gatineau Park’s Forgotten Founder,” 30:11–16


O’Hanlon, Alfred
 - “Dr. Geggie’s Wild Winter Ride,” 7:7–8
 - “An Irish Wake,” 8:5–8
 - “The Two Dieppes,” 12:13–14


Palmer, Liz, “Gatineau Gourmets,” 31:15–21
Panet, A. deL.
 - “Early Transportation in the Gatineau Valley and Connecting Factors,” 13:9–13
 - “Kingsmere,” 11:10–16
 - “Larrimac Golf Club - A Gatineau Gem,” 9:22–Back cover
Parson, Helen E.
 - “Footnote to History,” 9:10
 - “Land Use History of the Gatineau Valley 1800-1850,” 9:5–9
 - “Pine to Pulp: The Timber Trade on the Gatineau River,” 3:2–5
 - “Six Days on the Road: An 1886 Business Trip to Maniwaki,” 40:18–31
Pearson, Landon, “Pearsons up the Gatineau,” 38:1–13
Pennie, Archie M.
 - “Acetylene Comes to the Upper Gatineau,” 31:22–25
 - “Derailment of the ‘Gatineau Limited’“, 29:30–33
 - “The Gatineau Highway,” 25:1–4
 - “The Gatineau Lakes Water Supply Project,” 19:43–48
 - “The Gatineau Tank Mystery,” 23:19–22
 - “Hollywood: The Gatineau Connection,” 23:22–27
 - “Kazabazua and the Atom Bomb,” 30:31–34
 - “The Kazabazua Bridge and Bender’s Grist Mill,” 27:24–27
 - “Movers and Shakers Visit Thirty-One Mile Lake,” 31:26–29
 - “Northfield United Church and Its Cemetery,” 26:28–31
 - “Old Mills at Aumond and Point Comfort,” 30:35–40
 - “Outaouais Phosphorus Production: From Matches to Fireworks and Detergents,” 24:24–28
 - “The Paugan Falls Canoe Works,” 29:27–29
 - “Some Sketches of Kazabazua,” 28:24–27
 - “Some Thoughts on VE Day Plus Fifty,” 22:10–12
 - “Squaring the Log,” 20:41–43
 - “When the Axe Was King,” 24:11–13
 - “Why Cover the Bridge?,” 20:1–4
 - “Wild West Days at the ‘Kaz’,” 28:28–30
Pennie, Archie M. and Carol Martin, “A Century of the Gatineau Fish and Game Club,” 21:16–24
Pennie, Archie M. and Larry Dufour, “The Collins Sawmill at Kirk’s Ferry, and Later at Chelsea, Kingsmere and Gatineau,” 36:16–20
Phillips, Margaret
 - “E. Champagne The life and times of Cantley’s tugboat,” 41:1–17
 - “Pilgrims to the Gatineau - the Phillips Property: Memories of its Early Days,” 40:58–76
Phillips, R.A.J. “Bob”
 - “King of the Gatineau,” 11:2–10
 - “My Little War,” 22:38–44
 - “Remembering the Life of Patrick M. O. Evans,” 26:7–9
Potter, Barbara, “Footnote to History,” 7:25
Pritchard, Gerald Ian, “Dr. Geggie and Me,” 43:50–62


Quince, Cliff, “Life Below Decks,” 22:27–32
Quince, Wendy Ellen, “The Telephone Industry in Wakefield and Surrounding Areas,” 3:19–22
Quipp, Heather
 - “Brigham-Chamberlin House - Old Chelsea, Que.,” 4:23–24
 - “The Old Mountain Lodge at Kingsmere,” 29:22–26


Ravenscroft, Helen Ditchfield, “Two Bees in Meech Creek Valley,” 21:13–15
Reford, Michael, “The Hetherington Farm,” 19:31–35
Reid, Bertha, “Some Spring News - 1888,” 17:19–21
Reid, Norma Hall, “Footnote to History,” 8:5
Richens, Allan
 - “Beamish Hill and Beyond,” 34:14–18
 - “The Chelsea Cenotaph Story,” 28:1–8
 - “The Early Years of the Gatineau River Yacht Club,” 27:14–18
 - “The Healeys of Harrington Lake,” 30:24–26
 - “The Kennedy Road in the 1930s and 1940s,” 31:8–15
 - “Remembering Wartime: Alice Lee Hudson and Bertha Herd Larcher,” 29:6–10
 - “Some Memories of Skiing Up the Gatineau,” 26:20–23
Richens, Allan and Carol Martin, “We Remember: From Lignières-de-Touraine, France, to Chelsea, Quebec, Canada,” 36:26–31
Roberts, Mrs. Marion, “Carbide Willson - 1860-1915,” 2:16–22
Rutledge, Anita
 - “Bill Bridgeman, Miller of Wakefield Village,” 35:9–14
 - “A Lake and a Road, and Names to Remember,” 32:19–23
 - “Les Suisses’ of Duclos - In Memoriam,” 33:25–42
 - “Milestones in 170 Years at the Wakefield Mill,” 35:15–18
Rutledge, Elizabeth Stevenson, “The Old Homestead,” 19:36–42
Ryan, Ed, “Chelsea Reflections,” 27:18–20
Ryan, Mrs. E. J. (Isobel)
 - “Did You Know That.,” 5:23
 - “Dunn’s Hotel,” 1:10
 - “A Man of Virtue and Talent,” 6:8


Schwartz, Ann, “Seventy-Five Years Young: The Larrimac Golf Club Ages Gracefully,” 25:13–18
Schwartz, Louise
 - “The Life of a Beekeeper in the Gatineau Hills,” 36:32–42
 - “The Lost Farm of Pleasant Valley,” 41:18–21
 - “Portrait of an Artist: Robert Hyndman,” 37:42–50
 - “Summerleigh: A Six-Generation Cottage at Kirk’s Ferry,” 34:18–26
Scott, F. R., “W.L.M.K.,” 43:46–49
Scott, Mary McKay, “Going Home,” 4:6
Selwyn, Shirley, “Summering up the Gatineau,” 25:9–13
Sharpe, David, “The Sculpted Rocks of Cantley,” 41:68–78
Shorter, Shirley, “Les Pères Capucins du Lac Meach,” 8:17–20
Sogarth Aroon, “The Gatineau Riverman,” 2:11
Steers, Barbara, “Fish in the Basement,” 9:10–15
Stephen, Trudy Cross, “Rhymes for Their Times: The Cross Family’s Love of Verse,” 35:35–42
Stephens, Helen, “The Railway ‘Up the Gatineau’,” 4:6–8
Strang, Sheila, “The Alexander Story,” 10:4–6
Strutt, Lesley, “The Rebirth of James Strutt’s ‘Magical’ House on Mountain Road,” 43:84–99
Sudbury, John, “The Wakefield Rifle Club,” 29:11–16


Taggart, William Robert, “In Memory of Rev. Robert Taggart 1863-1926,” 13:20–24
Taylor, Wanda J., “A ‘Cottage Industry’: The History of the Knights of Lake Pemichangan,” 38:17–26
Tevlin, Barbara, “Chelsea Cottage Memories of the Thirties and Forties,” 25:19–20
Theberge, Elaine Bedford, “The Gatineau Mountain of Iron,” 3:10–14
Thumbadoo, Romola Vasantha, “The Legacy of William Commanda, Algonquin Elder,” 40:1–17
Turnbull, Mrs. Walter (Helen Graham), “Early Gatineau Sports,” 3:5


Uren, Janet, “The Oblates of Mary-Immaculate and the Founding of Maniwaki,” 4:15–21


Vivian, Mrs. Jean, “Did You Know That.,” 6:25


Walmsley, Norma E., “The Gatineau Hills: Love at First Sight,” 22:6–9
Walton, Lillian (Wilson)
 - “On Antiques,” 13:Back cover
 - “Barbed Wire,” 7:19–20
 - “The Cars of Yesteryear,” 12:19–23
 - “The Handy Drawer,” 2:12
 - “Hero Buried at Chelsea, Quebec,” 6:12–18
 - “Highlife in the Gatineau,” 6:25
 - “Isaac Cross and his Family,” 4:2–6
 - “The Little White Church at Cascades,” 3:23–24
 - “A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words,” 12:14–15
 - “Roots in the Gatineau,” 5:10–11
 - “The Tip Top and the Gatineau Echo,” 9:3–5
Walton, Lillian (Wilson) and Lyla McGarry, “Did You Know That.,” 5:Back cover
Waterston, Jessie, “Brookdale Farm,” 8:8–11
Watson, Karen J., “The Stone Church of St. Stephen,” 7:2–7
Wattsford, George, “Memories of Kingsmere Lodge and Kingsmere in the 1920s,” 27:6–13
Westwood, David, “These Gatineau Hills,” 9:Back cover
Wilson, Barry K., “Canada’s Prime Ministers and the Gatineau Valley,” 37:1–8
Wilson, Preston
 - “Meech Creek Valley Girl,” 31:30–40
 - “One-Armed Bandits in the Gatineau Hills,” 30:41–43
 - “Public School Pastimes: Toys and Games,” 32:33–39
Woods, Karen Bays, “Did You Know That.,” 9:15–16
Wright, Moiya, Letter to the Editor, 13:4–5
Wright, Sarah Rosina, “The Great Fire in Hull,” 5:18–22