A list of mills built in Richmond Hill and Markham area in the late eighteenth - early nineteenth century with the description of their functions, locations, and ownership.
An early history of Yonge Street, a major arterial route connecting Toronto with Lake Simcoe area, with the description of its construction, transportation services, and buildings erected along it.
1957 Biographical sketches of prominent residents of Richmond Hill derived from various sources and prepared for the Tweedsmuir History.
This essay outlines the history of education in Richmond Hill, Ont., focusing on the school buildings and the formation of the Board of Education.
1880 A history of the Richmond Hill Presbyterian Church, containing list of ministers, history of buildings, description of activities of congregation, and a Treasurer's Report.
An essay by H. Rumble concerning the establishment of St. Mary Immaculate Catholic Church in Richmond Hill, Ont.
An essay describing history of Methodist United Church in Richmond Hill, Ont., with the list of ministers and a photograph of the Church Choir Picnic.
1922 Two newspaper articles written by Miss Frances M. Brown and Rev. R.S. Mason in early 1920s, describe the events surrounding history of St. Mary's Anglican Church in Richmond Hill.
30 Jul 1908 A description of the events pertaining to the murder of Captain Kinnear of Richmond Hill in 1843.
William Harrison, local historian, recalls the events in his writings of July 30, 1908, the 60th anniversary of the historic tragedy.
The story was published in "The Liberal", August 4, 1955.
ca. 1957 An article from "The Liberal" newspaper describes the incident of the 1837 Rebellion known as the Battle of Montgomery's Tavern.
1957 A history of Atkinson family of Richmond Hill written for The Tweedsmuir History by W. Donald T. Atkinson, Principal Glebe Collegiate, Ottawa.
1957 A history of Trench family of Richmond Hill written by W.D.T. Atkinson.
Feb 1952 Prize-winning speech given by Bruce Langstaff, Richmond Hill Public School, February, 1952.
... that there was a bear tied up in the Hollow close to Yonge St., whereupon a passenger, not a player, begged that the van be stopped while he would give an exhibition
, showing what he could do with a bear by way of a wrestling match. It is surprising how brave and reckless a person be¬comes when he has had a few...