Editors of Historic Kingston

​Richard Preston, Vol. 4, 1955
George Stanley, Vol. 5, 1956 – Vol. 7, 1958
H. Pearson Gundy, Vol. 8, 1957 – Vol. 23, 1975
William Angus, Vol. 24, 1976 – Vol. 34, 1986
Donald A. Redmond, Vol. 35, 1987 – Vol. 47, 1999
Brian Osborne, Vol. 48, 2000
Jane Errington and Brian Osborne, Vol. 49, 2001 – Vol. 50, 2002
Jane Errington, Vol. 51, 2003 – Vol. 53, 2005
Jane Errington and Brian Osborne, Vol. 54, 2006
Paul Banfield, Vol. 55, 2007
Hazel Fotheringham, Vol. 59, 2011 – Vol. 61, 2013
Duncan McDowell, Vol. 62, 2014
Marcus Letourneau, Vol. 63, 2015 -​

VOL. 62 – 2014  

Cover Images: ship painting (detail) by Peter Rindlisbacher; the Macdonald locket, coll. Library & Archives Canada

  • Face to Face – the Sculpting of John A. Macdonald, by Ruth Abernethy
  • God Save the King?: The Evolution of Loyalty In the Limestone City, I8l9-1841, by Stephen Smith
  • Madeleine de Roybon D’Allone: A Female Protagonist in the Founding of Cataraqui? by Julie Caton
  • From “contemptible little guard” to “Ontario’s Own”: The History of the Fort Henry Guard, 1938 to 2013, by Steve Mecredy
  • Murney Tower and its Role in the Defence of Kingston: A Synopsis, by Bob Garcia
  • Sir John A. Macdonald Graveside Memorial Service Address, by Arthur Milnes
  • “Great Conveniences for Smuggling”: The Carleton Island Raid, August 1821, and International Relations in the Wake of The War of 1812, by Walter Lewis
  • The Macdonald Locket: Love, Death and Domesticity In Upper Canada, by Julia McArthur
  • They Walked to Work: The Captains lrwin, their Times and Neighbours at Kingston’s Inner Harbour, by Donna Ivey

VOL. 61 – 2013

Cover Images: Bruce Carruthers c1879, Harriet & Charles Kelly, industrial scene by Nan Yeomans in 1950

  • Sir John A. and the Heritage of Kingston, by Peter Milliken
  • Major Bruce Carruthers: Father of Canadian Military Communications, by David McCarey
  • British Home Children: A Canadian, Communal and Personal Story, by John Fielding
  • The Geology of the Kingston Area, by Mark Badham
  • “How did we get to Aberdeen Street?” Town and Gown Relations between Queen’s and Kingston, 1960s to l980s, by Duncan McDowall
  • John A. Macdonald, the Bay of Quinte and Prince Edward County 1824-1835, by David Warrick
  • “Fair Fugitive”: The Life and Legacy of Harriet Powel, by Joanne Stanbridge
  • Mud, Mire and Inconvenience: Walking in Nineteenth-Century Kingston, by Georgia Carley
  • When Coal Was King: The Nineteenth Century Kingston Water Works, by Henk Wevers


VOL. 60 – 2012

Cover Image: Parish House, 1822, architect William Fraser (now the main branch of the Kingston Public

Library, Bagot and Johnson Streets).  Photo and drawing by J. McKendry.  Postcard from J. McKendry

  • “Treat Them as a Nation” Sir John A. & the French Fact in Canada, by Graham Fraser
  • Kingston’s Wartime Shipbuilding Industry, 1939–1945: An Update, by James Pritchard
  • The Heritage Quilt Collection, by Alicia Boutilier
  • Unravelling the Histories of the Sir John Johnson House & the Parish House, by Jennifer McKendry
  • The Many Lives of James Douglas, 1837 – 1918, by Herwart H. Helmstaedt
  • The End of Sir John A. Macdonald as a Symbol of Canada, by Yves Y. Pelletier
  • The Story behind the Constantine Collection, by Peter C. Ginn & Elizabeth Ginn Fyon
  • An Album of Images from the Constantine Collection, by Alicia Boutilier
  • Municipal Mantras, Myths & Musings, by C. Richard Tindal
  • The Kingston — Cairo Connection: Adventures in Egypt, by Mark Trumpour


VOLUME 59 – 2011

Cover Image: Carl F. Schaefer.  View of Kingston Penitentiary, Portsmouth, 1948.  Oil tempera on panel (Agnes Etherington Art Centre)

  • Sir John A.’s Women, by Charlotte Gray
  • Reflections on René-Hippolyte Laforce and the British Campaign of 1759, by David More
  • Work Hard, Play Hard: The Making of a Nurse in Kingston, 1890-1970, by Paul Robertson
  • The War of 1812: A Wolfe Island Perspective by Barbara Wall-LaRocque
  • Portraits, Prizes and History, by Julian Brown
  • John A. Macdonald & Naval Defence, by William Glover
  • The Naval Monument in Navy Memorial Park, by Hugh Segal
  • The Chancellor Richardson Memorial Fund: What Makes a Community, by Brian S. Osborne
  • A Happy Partnership: The Chancellor Richardson Memorial Fund and the Agnes Etherington Art Centre, by Dorothy M. Farr
  • 1760 The Forgotten Year, by Robert J. Andrews
  • Ready, Aye, Ready – At Last! The History of the HMCS Cataraqui, by Chris Varley


VOLUME 58 – 2010

Cover Image: Kingston from City Hall 1869-1874

  • Sir John A.’s Lessons for the Liberal Party of Canada by Thomas S. Axworthy
  • History of the RCHA 1855 to 1938, by Mike Boese
  • Agreeably surprised and more than pleased: The Religious Hospitallers of St. Joseph, the Hotel Dieu Hospital, and Regiopolis College, by Rodney G.S. Carter
  • The St Lawrence Seaway: 50 Years and Counting, by D’Arcy Jenish
  • George Lilley’s Photographs and the Public Life of Water in Kingston, by Jamie Linton
  • John A. Macdonald and Kingston Voters, by Ged Martin
  • Why Wolfe Island Is in Canada, by D’Arcy Jenish
  • Energy, Shrewdness and Integrity”: Robert Drummond in Kingston, 1828 – 1834, by Bruce Cossar
  • Early Images of Kingston and Area from Local Archives, by Paul Banfield, Rodney G.S. Carter, Jeremy Heil, Danielle Hughes and Shelley Respondek


VOLUME 57 – 2009

Cover images: Beth Israel Synagogue, old (built 1910) and new (built 1961), and R.D. Cartwright House from Gore St.

  • John A.: The Man Who Made Us, by Richard Gwyn
  • Robert Barrie and the Construction of the “Stone Frigate,” Kingston, Ontario: “But sailor I am bound for all weathers and what must be must”, by Maurice D. Smith
  • The Origins of Beth Israel, Kingston’s First Synagogue, by Gordon Dueck
  • A Heritage Conservation District for Sydenham Ward, by Carl Bray
  • Lord Stanley and Sir John A. Macdonald: A Long and Dear Friendship, by John Jason Wilson & Kevin Shea
  • What Would Sir John Do? by Roy MacSkimming
  • A History of Ongwanada in Kingston and Region: Driven by a Dream, by John Pereira & Lisa Holmes
  • The Art Collecting Society of Kingston, by Janet M. Brooke
  • Princess Street and the Automobile: 50 Years of Service, by John Olson

VOLUME 56 – 2008

Cover images: views of the John A. Macdonald Family Enclosure, Cataraqui Cemetery in 1994 and in c1894 (stereo card by Strohmeyer & Wyman of New York)

  • John A’s Nose, by H.V. Nelles
  • A Glimpse into the Journal of First Lieutenant Charles Allan Parker by Robert J. Andrews
  • Looking into Kingston, Framing the “Seen/Scene”, Focussing the Gaze: Some Reflections on the Kingston Portrait Collection, by Brian S. Osborne
  • Lifting Time’s Veil: The Conservation of City Hall’s Portraits, by Amanda Gray
  • Student Memories of Queen’s in the 1880s, by Bruce Cossar
  • We Women Found We Could Run a Country: Kingston’s Factory Women at War, 1939-1945, by Geraint B. Osborne
  • Beneath the green and flowery sod, beneath the waiving and weeping foliage: Sir John A. Macdonald & Cataraqui Cemetery, by Jennifer McKendry
  • An artist after all: Daniel Fowler in Canada, by Dorothy M. Farr
  • Kingston as an Industrial Capital: A Case Study of the Morton’s Brewery & Maltings, by Gillian and Tony Barlow
  • The Case of Henry Traill, by David St. Onge

VOLUME 55   2007

Cover images: postcards of Market Square, Kingston, in the early 20th century, and speakers in 2006 (Mark Raymond, Bill Dalton & John Berry; Keith Johnson; Heather Home; John Abbott; Patricia Phenix; Sue Bazely; Maurice Smith; Paul Banfield; Desmond Morton; Donna Ivey; and Sean Conway)

  • Sir John A. Macdonald and Defence: A Few Unfamiliar Thoughts, by Desmond Morton
  • Kingston Shipyards: an Overview History, by Maurice D. Smith
  • John A. Macdonald’s Forgotten Uncle: James Shaw, the Clark Sisters, and the Georgia Connection, by J. Keith Johnson
  • Who Cares What’s Under Market Square? The Archaeological Process in Ontario and <li>Why We Dug Up Kingston’s Market Place, by Susan M. Bazely
  • Mackenzie King’s Macdonald, by Sean Conway
  • At The Core of the Matter: A Panel Discussion on the Future of Kingston’s Downtown Development, by John Abbott
    If You Don’t Succeed… The First Faculty of Law at the University of Queen’s College, Kingston, by Paul Banfield

  • Private Demons: The Tragic Personal Life of John A. Macdonald, by Patricia Phenix (reviewed by Brian S. Osbome)
  • The Unfinished Curriculum Vitae of R.C. Wallace, Principal of Queen’s University, by Donna M. Ivey

    NOTE: An INDEX for Volumes 45 – 54, Years 1997-2006, compiled by Donna M. Ivey is available (see the Order Page).

    VOLUME 54   2006

    <li>Ambition and Loyalty: The Making of John A. Macdonald and Confederation by Rudyard Griffiths
    <li>The Wolfe Island Ferry Service by Brian P. Johnson
    <li>The Kingston Whig Standard at the Turn of the 21st Century: A Personal History by Steve Lukits
    The Lest We Forget Project: The Case of Lieutenant John PErcival Pringle by Blake Seward and Kaitlin McNamara
    <li>The Old ‘New’ Medical Building, Queen’s University: Pat and Present Use of Kathleen <li>Ryan Hall by Gillian Barlow and Heather Home
    <li>You’ll Never Die, Sir John! by Herb Gray
    <li>The Pre-Contact Occupation of the Kingston Area: An Archaeological Consultant’s View by Nick Adams
    <li>Major James M. Walsh of the North West Mounted Police and a Friend of Sitting Bull by Brian Porter
    <li>Alcan and Kingston: Challenges and Responses by Martin R. Reeve and Eric VanDalen
    <li>Landscape Representation and the Amateur Artist: A Kingston Case Study by Kamille T.H. Parkinson


    VOLUME 53   2005

    Cover image: artwork by T.C. Cummings (1904-1996)
    <li>Kingston Historical Society Members and Patrons 2004
    <li>Sir John A. Macdonald Commemorative Dinner, by Peter MacKay, MP.
    <li>Underwater Archaeology along the Rideau Canal, by Jonathan Moore
    <li>We’ll Hand Down His Name in History and Song: A Report on the Grand Concert Celebrating the 110th Anniversary of the Kingston Historical Society by Donna M. Ivey
    <li>The Calvin Company: Fleets in Transition, by Maurice D. Smith
    <li>Cast in Bronze: Commemorating Sir John A. Macdonald by Christina Cameron
    <li>The British Soldier on Carleton Island: an Archaeological Perspective by Douglas J. Pippin
    <li>Thomas Clarence Cummings, 1904-1996: “T.C.’s” Kingston-Pittsburgh-North Bay Connection by Brian S. Osborne and Douglas Petty
    <li>Lost Villages, Found Communities: a Pictorial History of the Lost Villages of the St. Lawrence River by Anne-Marie L. Shields
    <li>Henry Edward Manning Douglas, V. C.: Chapters from His Life at Queen‘s University by Craig Leslie Mantle
    <li>A Tale of Two Heroes and Two Cities: the Short-Wallick Monument by Jason F. Kovacs and Brian S. Osborne


    VOLUME 52   2004

    Cover: photograph of Tom McLeod standing beside a cairn erected by the crew of the Quest
    <li>Members, patrons and officers of KHS in 2003
    <li>What Can Non-Partisans and Partisans Learn from Sir John A. Macdonald’s Career? by Hugh Segal
    <li>John Bradstreet’s Raid: An Account of the Expedition Mounted Against Fort Frontenac in August-September 1758 by Robert J. Andrews
    <li>Sir John A. Macdonald and the 110-112 Rideau Street House Connection by Donna M. Ivey
    <li>In the Camera’s Eye: People and Places in Kingston by Jennifer McKendry
    <li>William Folger Nickle: Kingston’s Forgotten Statesman by Christopher McCreery
    <li>Sir John A. Macdonald and the Cultural Life of the New Dominion by Ian E. Wilson
    <li>Thomas MacLeod: Iceman to his Fingertips by Harvey Medland
    <li>Grant Allen, George Romanes, Stephen Jay Gould and the Evolution Establishments of Their Times… And Who Was the Kingston Lady? by Donald R. Forsdyke
    <li>In Fear of the Barbed Wire Fence: Canada’s First National Internment Operations and the Ukrainian Canadians, 1919-1920 by Lubomyr Luciuk
    <li>A Matter of Time: Five Centuries at Fort Frontenac, by Susan Bazley


    VOLUME 51   2003

    Cover: Drawing by architect Joseph Power for the 1883 expansion of the Congregationalist Church, Kingston (The Power Collection, NAC)
    <li>Kingston Historical Society Members in 2002
    <li>187th Anniversary of the Birth of Sir John A. Macdonald by Flora MacDonald
    <li>Another Look at the Fate of Kingston Warships by Jonathan Moore
    <li>The Historical Carvings in the Memorial Chamber, The Peace Tower, Parliament Buildings Ottawa: The Kingston Connection by Isobel Trumpour
    <li>Historic Sentinel: The Town Watchman, George Henry Williamson 1876-1938 by William Fitsell
    <li>Robertson Davies and Kingston by Beatrice Corbett
    <li>First Congregationalist Church (Masonic Hall): A Remarkable Gothic Church by Jennifer McKendry
    <li>The Legacy of Agnes Etherington by Pat Sullivan
    <li>Sir John A. Macdonald and the National Parks by Peter Trueman
    <li>Structuring a Family History by Peter Ackroyd
    <li>Researching Women’s Roles in a Kingston Area Family by Judy Harvie
    <li>Earnscliffe History by Sarah Burns
    <li>Three Men of Kingston by Arthur Milnes
    <li>No. I Armoured Train: Kingston’s Connection, and the Pacific Coast Defence in WWII by Louis E. Grimshaw

    VOLUME 50   2002

    Cover: Major-General Charles Francis Constantine (1883-1953)
    <li>Historic Kingston: a Fifty-Year Retrospective, by Stewart Renfrew
    <li>John A. Macdonald and Aboriginal Canada, by Donald B. Smith
    <li>Cottage Life in the Thousand Islands, by Susan W. Smith
    <li>The Restoration of the Historic Steam Launch Phoebe, Henk Wevers, P.Eng.
    <li>Sir John A. Macdonald: A View from Earnscliffe, by Sir Andrew Burns, KCMG
    <li>Major-General Charles Francis Constantine, CB, DSO: the General and the Athlete, by Wallace Breck, J.W. (Bill) Fitsell, and Brian S. Osborne
    <li>The North- West Rebellion of 1885: A View from Kingston, by Patsy Fleming
    <li>Surviving for 130 Years in a Male-Dominated Prison: Women in Kingston Penitentiary, 1835-1965, by William J. Patterson
    <li>Writing about George Johnson: Second Son of Molly Brant, by Maureen McCallum Garvie
    <li>Currie Hall, by J.G. Pike and R. Mackenzie
    <li>Members of the Kingston Historical Society in 2001


    VOLUME 49   2001

    Cover: detail from Calvin Park Public School mural, “The First People”
    <li>In Search of History and Place Along the Cataraqui Trail, by George Dillon
    <li>Kingston’s Newest Historical Artifact, The Dry Dock, by James Pritchard
    <li>History beneath Our Feet: Exploring Kingston Archaeological Past, by Susan M. Basely
    <li>Five Easy Pieces: Views of the Murney Tower at Kingston, by Joe Last
    <li>Glasswork, by Mark Thompson
    <li>Cataraqui Cemetery: A Summer of Commemoration
    <li>Celebrating Cataraqui Cemetery, by H.H. Binhammer
    <li>Sir John A. Macdonald: The Kingston Connection, by Helen Cooper
    <li>The 150th Anniversary of the Incorporation of Cataraqui Cemetery, by Flora MacDonald
    <li>History Boring? No Way! by Carol White
    <li>Their Place in the Church: Pew Renting at St. George 1794-1825, by Carmen Nielson Varty
    <li>New Roots in Cataraqui Twp No. 2: A Decision for Loyalists, by Barbara Snyder
    <li>Canada Oldest Architectural Practice… We Think? by Jason-Emery Groen
    <li>Members of the Kingston Historical Society in 2000


    VOLUME 48   2000

    Cover: A detail from Augustus Kruger’s The Penitentiary Guard c1871, Corrections Canada
    Members of the Kingston Historical Society in 1999
    Amherst’s Forgotten Campaign: The Assault on Montreal from the West, 1760, by Ian G. MacDonald
    A Photo Album of Kingston in the 1930s: A Former Waterfront, by Gordon D. Smithson
    The Penitentiary Guard: Restoring a Painting, Discovering an Artist, by David St. Onge and Amanda Gray
    Uniting and Dividing: Church Union in Kingston, 1925, by Reverend Bruce Cossar
    The Kingston Market Square, by Marc Raymond
    Memorializing Sir John A. Macdonald, by The Honourable Andy Mitchell
    Kingston‘s Ice Storm of 1998, by Stewart Fyfe
    The Place and Street Names of Kingston, Toronto, Belleville, Perth, and Sharbot Lake, by Michael Dawber
    A History of the Canadian Locomotive Companies: 1850-1969, by Donald R. McQueen and William D. Thomson

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    VOLUME 47    1999

    Cover: Baptiste, a First Nations pilot who took the big steamers down the Lachine Rapids. (NAC PA-179741).
    Kingston Historical Society, Selected Categories for 1998
    From Palace Steamer to Dive Site: The Story of the Steamer Kingston ,by Rick Neilson and Walter Lewis
    Sir John A. Macdonald’s National Dream, by Hugh D. Segal
    Murney Tower Museum, 2 March 1994, Kingston Daily News
    A Tribute to Major ER. Friel CD (1919-1998), by Sarah Gibson-Bray
    The LaSalle Causeway, by Jonathan Moore
    Rediscovering Kente, by Dr. Paul F. Germain
    The Coal Merchants of Kingston, by Gordon D. Smithson
    Portsmouth Shipyards in 1869, by James Warren

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    VOLUME 46   1998

    Cover: early bottles from Kingston
    Kingston Bottlers (description of bottles on front cover)
    Members of the Kingston Historical Society in 1997
    Music in the Park, 12 June 1857
    Fort Haldimand’s Community on Carleton Island, by Sarah K. Gibson
    Kingston General Hospital: A National Treasure, by James A. Low
    The October Crisis: Influenza in Kingston, 1918 by James De Jonge
    Kingston Historical Society Executive and Council in 1997
    The Brothers Islands, by W. Stewart Renfrew
    Sir John A. Macdonald: The Person, by Isabel Turner
    Place Names of Lennox and Addington County, by Michael Dawber
    Kingston Penitentiary Historic Sites Plaque Ceremony on April 30, 1997: The Historical Background of Kingston Penitentiary, by Jim Blackler
    K.P. and Capital Punishment: An Afterthought, by David St. Onge
    Scandal in the Limestone City: The Downfall of Orangeman William Shannon, by Jennifer Payne
    Sir John’s Welcome to Kingston — A Song for the Times! from the Kingston Daily News 26 April 1878
    Kingston — Town and City, 1846, by Stewart Fyfe
    George Mink, a Black Businessman in Early Kingston, by Rick Neilson

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    VOLUME 45   1997

    Cover: Bust of Molly Brant (Konwatsiitsiaiéñni), by John Boxtel, 1996, located at Rideaucrest Home, Kingston
    Kingston Historical Society in 1996: Patrons, Executive and Council
    Speech of Donald Maracle, Chief, Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte, for the Molly Brant Commemoration held Sunday, 25 August 1996
    Molly Brant: Koñwatsi’tsiaiéñni: Who Was She, Really? by Susan M. Bazely
    Koñwatsi’tsiaiéñni, a prayer, by Ernie Benedict
    A Soldier, a Singer, and a Shadowgraph: The Arrival of X-rays in Kingston, by Charles Hayter
    Mary Margaret Theodora Macdonald, 1869-1 933, by Margaret M. Cohoe
    Mary Macdonald’s Handicap, by D.S. Alexander, M.B., F.R.C.P.(C)
    Outside the Walls: The Story of Quarrying and Farming at Kingston Penitentiary, by William J. Patterson
    Milestones of the Old Kingston-Napanee Road
    The Growth of Music in Kingston, by John Hall
    Beyond the Limits: St. James’ Church, Kingston (founded 1843), by David Lyon
    Sir John A. Macdonald. Father of a City: Builder of a Nation, by His Worship Mayor Gary Bennett
    The Careers of Lt. Gen. Sir Archibald Cameron Macdonell, by Wallace C. Breck

    NOTE: Volumes 1 to 44 have been fully indexed in a series of booklets, some of which are still in print (see Order Page).

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    Volume 44   1996

    Cover: zinc statue c1889 of Autumn at Cataraqui Cemetery, photo by Dr. Jennifer McKendry
    Kingston Historical Society 1995: Patrons, Executive and Council
    The Role of Cataraqui Cemetery in the Rural Cemetery Movement, by Jennifer McKendry
    Val Swain: a Champion of Heritage, by Margaret Angus
    My Neighbours’ Keeper, by David R. Taylor
    A Day Long Ago at the Kingston Penitentiary, by Peter H. Hennessy
    Sir John A. Macdonald: the Canadian Version of a National Hero, by H. Blair Neatby
    From Humble Beginnings: the History of the Chez Piggy Restaurant Building, by Earl Moorhead
    A First at the Fort: Archaeology at Point Henry, by Susan Bazely
    The Italians of Kingston and Area: Personal Reminiscences, by Phil Quattrocchi
    From Cataraqui to Canonto: Place Names of Frontenac County, by Michael Dawber
    Kingston Swings, by Don McCallum

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    VOLUME 43   1995   OUT OF PRINT

    Cover: drawing of 1915 of a Canadian soldier at Ypres, basis of a stained-glass window of 1921 in City Hall
    Kingston Historical Society: Patrons, Executive, Membership
    Kingston’s Memorial Hall, by Margaret M. Cohoe
    Kingston: Gate to the North West Mounted Police, by Wallace G. Breck
    Across the Cataraqui River: A History of the Penny Bridge, by John H. Grenville
    More Than a Drop in the Bucket: Public Attitudes arid the Development of Water Service in Kingston, Ontario, 1842-1894, by Colleen MacNaughton
    Lead Processing in the Kingston Area: Some Historical Aspects and Ecological Consequences, by G.K. Rutherford
    Sir John A. Macdonald and Queen’s University, by Dr. Agnes M. Benidickson
    Kingston, Bedford. Grape Island, Alnwick: The Odyssey of the Kingston Mississauga, by Brian S. Osborne and Michael Ripmeester
    The Maple Leaf: Kingston’s Connection to the American Civil War, by Evelyn Bishop and Robert Villebrun
    The Leinster Plate, by J. Ross Mckenzie and John G. Pike

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    VOLUME 42   1994

    Cover: Front elevation of St Mark’s Church, Barriefield, 1843, by Alfred Brunel, Architect. (Diocese of Ontario Archives)
    Kingston Historical Society: Patrons, Executive, Honorary and Life Membership
    Courage, Faith and Love: the History of St. Mark’s Church, Barriefield, by William J. Patterson
    “Thank God and Take Courage”: The Semi-Centennial Celebration of Queen’s College at Kingston, December 1889, by Paul Banfield
    An Early History of Paediatrics in Kingston and at Queen’s University, by D.S. Alexander
    Scottish Settlers, by Patricia Fleming
    John A. Macdonald: House of Commons Man, by Sidney F. Wise
    Macdonald Plaque Unveiling—6 June 1993, Cataraqui Cemetery, by John Grenville
    Using the “Talking Machine”: Telephone Diffusion in Kingston, 1876-1911, by Robert M. Pike
    “This Woman’s Work”: Class, Morality, and Economic Necessity in Turn-of-the-Century Kingston, by Sharon Rudy
    The Founding of the Kingston Historical Society, November 1893: a Re-Enactment, by Donald A. Redmond

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    VOLUME 41    1993

    Cover: The Fort Frontenac gateway (Archives of Ontario).
    Kingston Historical Society: Patrons, Executive, Honorary and Life Membership
    Does Kingston need Another Museum? by James Warren
    A Hectic Decade at Fort Frontenac 1680-1690, by Wallace C. Breck
    Fort Frontenac: Over Three Centuries of Service, by Louis E. Grimshaw
    An Aviation Artist Looks at the History of Aviation in Kingston, by Don Connelly
    The Portuguese Community of Kingston, by Marion E. Meyer
    George Grant’s Red Shirts, by W.G. Richardson
    Kingston’s Own Regiment: A Capsule History, by Michael E. Shultz
    Sir John A. Macdonald in History, by Ian E. Wilson
    Kingston Day by Day—1893 (selected items from the Daily British Whig, Kingston)

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    VOLUME 40    1992

    Cover: Early photograph of 5 members of the Kingston Police Force
    How to Illuminate History, by James Warren
    An Address on the 100th Anniversary of Sir John A. Macdonald’s Death, At Cataraqui Cemetery, 6 June 1991, by The Right Hon. Brian Mulroney
    Address at the Dinner in Honour of Sir John A. Macdonald, 6 June1991, by The Hon. Mr. Justice John R. Matheson
    Alwington House, by Dr. Margaret Angus
    A Bicentennial Look at Kingston Collegiate and Vocational Institute, by Ronald A. Ede
    The Earliest Surveys in Frontenac County, by M. Peter Allen
    The Hanleys of Kingston, by Gordon D. Smithson
    150 Years of Service: The Kingston Police Force, by Earl C. McCullough
    In Memoriam: Kingston Mourns Sir John A. Macdonald, by John Grenville
    Kingston Historical Society Members in 1991

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    VOLUME 39    1991    OUT OF PRINT

    Cover: Tressa Kish and May Ely posing in Cataraqui Cemetery c1915 (Priv. Coll.)
    The History of Frontenac Provincial Park: Big Salmon Lake Road, by Terry Fuchs and Christian Barger
    Sir John A. Macdonald and the Idea of Canada, by Kenneth McNaught
    A Closer Look at the Fairfield Family and Their Homestead, by Barbara Snyder
    Historical Notes and Forgotten Views of Cataraqui Village, by Gordon D. Smithson
    The Art and Mystery of Brewing in Kingston, by Ian Bowering
    The Echo Lake Accident, 1913: Italian Railway Workers Memorial at Chippewa Cemetery
    One Hundred Years of Piano Making in Kingston, by John Hall
    Warren A. Marrison: Father of the Quartz Revolution, by William R. Topham
    A Short History of the Recreational Steam Launch, by David Wanklyn
    Mackenzie King and Queen’s University, 1893-1 950, by George F. Henderson
    Canadian Forces Base Kingston Today, by Col. Donald Banks
    Kingston Yacht Club Memories, by Kathy Waugh

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    VOLUME 38    1990    OUT OF PRINT

    Cover: a snapshot from the history of the Bay of Quinte fisheries (Priv. Coll.)
    Urban Planning and Cultural Resource Management: the Kingston Archaeological Master Plan, by W. Bruce Stewart
    “Woman … Is a Very Interesting Creature”: Some Women’s Experiences in Early Upper Canada, by Dr. Jane Errington
    Thomas Kirkpatrick, by Margaret Angus
    John A. Macdonald—the Family Man, by Margaret M. Cohoe
    The Jewish Presence in Kingston, Ontario, 1842 to 1988, by Marion E. Meyer
    A.R.M. Lower: the Kingston Years, by George F. Henderson
    Organizing the Lake Fisheries: Landscapes and Waterscapes, by Brian S. Osborne
    James Richardson: Founder of the Firm, by Donald Swainson
    Conspiracy or Incompetence? the 1932 Kingston Penitentiary Riot, by Mark Mihorean



    Vol. 37   1989   OUT OF PRINT

    Cover: The Fort Henry Guard as guard of honour at the graveside of Sir John A. Macdonald on 6 June 1988 (Kingston Whig-Standard)
    Proclamation of the Sesquicentennial of the Incorporation of the Town of Kingston, 1838
    Sir John A. Macdonald and the United States, by Richard A. Preston
    John A’s Daughter and the Faithful Coward, by Margaret Cohoe
    The Le Moynes: Longueuil, Kingston and Wolfe Island, by Wallace C. Breck
    Sherlock Holmes and the Kingston Connection, by Donald A. Redmond
    The Fort Nobody Wanted: The Restoration of Fort Henry 50Years Ago – 1936 to 1938, by Stephen D. Mecredy
    Sacket’s Harbor to Vimy Ridge: Queen’s Military Men, by A.A. Travill
    “Those Trivial Annoyances to be Endured”: Kingston to Toronto in a Stagecoach, by Mark Mihorean
    Kingston’s Incorporation as a Town, 1838, by Anne MacDermaid
    Molly Brant, by Earle Thomas
    Ansley Ancestors, by Naneen Yeomans
    Fort Frontenac in 1688-1689, by Wallace C. Breck
    Kingston Historical Society Executive and Council 1988



    VOLUME 36   1988    OUT OF PRINT

    Cover: The King’s Royal Rangers of New York, during the dedication of a plaque to the Regiment, Kingston, 30 May 1987 (the Whig-Standard, Kingston).
    A.R.M. Lower 1887-1988, a tribute by Donald Swainson
    The King’s Royal Rangers of New York: Dedication of a Plaque, May 30, 1987
    Kingston Methodists and Baptists and the Great Religious Revival of 1852 and 1853, by C.A. Rawlyk
    Historical Maps of Fort Frontenac 1673 -1820, by Susan Bazely
    John A. Macdonald the Young Lawyer, by H.R S. Ryan
    $ Bill, the Anatomy of a Legend in Our Time, by Wallace C. Breck
    At Home Days: the Status of Women in Kingston Before World War One, by Margaret Angus
    Kingston Historical Society’s Honorary Patrons and Executive in 1987
    Photo Feature: Towers and Turrets, by H. Morris Love
    Kingston’s Reaction to the Rebellion of Upper Canada: Bonnycastle and the Role of the Militia, by John H. Grenville
    “Not to be Opened Till on the Lake”, by E. Margaret A. Sutcliffe
    An Historical and Archaeological Examination of the Bajus Brewery Property, Kingston, by Nick Adams



    VOLUME 35    1987

    Cover: Fort Frontenac, composite map made by Susan Bazely, Cataraqui Archaeological Research Foundation, 1984.
    Hotel Dieu of Kingston: Past, Present and Future, by Sister Mary Coderre, RHSJ
    A Tribute—“Let Us Now Praise Famous Men”, by Dr. A.A. Travill
    Kingston’s Bible Societies, 1820-1875: Attitudes and Values in the Evolving Community, by Anthony Jackson
    The University of the Scotch Church, by Dr. A.W. Currie
    A Model of Fort Frontenac (1738), by Wallace C. Breck
    Kingston Historical Society in 1986: Patrons and Executive
    A Victorian Canadian in Africa, by Nigel Fitzpatrick
    Handmade Textiles in Upper Canada, by Jane B. Lefebure
    Murney Point: its Evolution Within a Civilian/Military Dialectic, by Earl Moorhead
    Quarters for the Commandant, Royal Military College, 1875-1900, by Dr. Margaret Angus
    Nineteenth-Century Churches in Ontario: A Study in the Meaning of Style, by Malcolm Thurlby



    Vol. 34   1986   OUT OF PRINT

    Cover: George A. Meagher of Toronto, an expert ice skater
    The Rinks and Rinkists of Kingston, J.W. (Bill) Fitsell
    Michael Grass: A Loyalist Founder of Kingston, 1783-1784, by Larry Turner
    The Illness of the first Mrs. John A. Macdonald, by James McSherry, MB ChB
    Fort Henry during the Second World War, by George Henderson
    A Brass Plaque in Memory of Major Charles Joseph Short, by J.W. (Bill) Fitsell
    A Recollection, by Sarah Gibson and Karyn Patterson
    Transitions in Policing in Kingston 1816-1842, by Douglas Fyfe
    Queen’s College on William Street, by Margaret Angus
    The Kingston Observatory, by V.A. Hughes
    Why Kingston Did Not Become a Major Industrial Centre, by Neil A. Patterson
    In Memoriam: James Alexander Corry, 1899-1985
    The Function of the Historical Society, by Courtland Strange, published 14 March 1957, in the Kingston Whig Standard



    Vol. 33   1985

    Cover: Portrait of Sir John Johnson, “Colonel of Indians” (New York State Library)
    Crisis Confronting Construction: the History of Point Henry During the War of 1812, by Stephen D. Mecredy
    The Honourable Richard Cartwright 1759-1815, by George A. Rawlyk
    Kingston Mechanics’ Institute to Free Public Library, by Margaret Cohoe
    Sir John Johnson and Kingston, by Earle Thomas
    A Tribute to Sir John A. Macdonald, by Sarah Gibson and Karyn Patterson
    Molson Brewery in Kingston, by Neil A. Patterson
    The Meagher Family and House, by J.W. (Bill) Fitsell
    Kingston Mills, by Anne MacDermaid
    Commemoration of 1st Cadastral Survey in what is now Ontario, by George Richardson
    Bell Rock Mill, by George Richardson
    Loyalist Buildings in Kingston, by Margaret Angus



    Vol. 32   1984

    Cover: W.F. Nickle
    A Nickle for Change—The Political Career of W.F. Nickle, 1906-1926, by Leslie H. Morley
    The Radcliffs of Amherst Island: the Vicissitudes of an Anglo Irish Gentry Family during the 1840s, by John D. Blackwell
    British American Kingstonians and the War of 1812, by Jane Errington
    Eleven Years of Dissension: the Conservative Party in Kingston, 1867 to 1878, by W. Michael Wilson
    The Sir John A. Macdonald In Memoriam Service on 6 June 1983: Order of Service
    The Sir John A. Macdonald In Memoriam Service on 6 June 1983: the Address, by Keith Martin
    Kingston Mechanics’ Institute, 1834-1850, by Margaret Cohoe
    Simcoe House, by Stephen D. Mecredy
    In the Shadow of Sir John A., by Bogart Trumpour



    Vol. 31   1983

    Cover: The Phoebe during a re-enactment about Colonel By
    Doctor James Sampson: a Brief Biography, by Margaret Angus
    The Rt. Rev. Alexander Macdonnell and the Education of the Catholic Settlers of Upper Canada, by Sean Reid
    Anthony Monahan and the Status of Irish Catholics in Upper Canada, by J.K. Johnson
    The Gravesite Service In Memoriam of Sir John A. Macdonald on 6 June 1982: Order of Service
    6 June 1982 Address: Sir John A. Macdonald of Clan Donald, by Lt. Col. Gordon D. Leggett, ED., K.C.L.J., V.E.
    Rowing in Kingston: a Brief Historical Sketch, by George F. Henderson
    Decline of Industry in its Corridor Affected the Rideau Canal, by Neil A. Patterson
    Arthur Sutherland and his International Players, by Florence F. McHugh
    Rideau 150, “A Year of Festivities”, as reported by Neil Patterson and Bill Fitsell



    Vol. 30   1981    OUT OF PRINT

    Cover: Sir James Yeo in 1810
    Captain Sutherland and His Dream, by J.W. (Bill) Fitsell
    The “Other Side” of Samuel Dyde, by Kevin F. Quinn
    Early Banking in Upper Canada, by Allan J. Cohoe
    Sir John MacDonald, by A.R.M. Lower
    Sir James Lucas Yeo, A Hero on The Lakes, by John W. Spurr
    Early Medical Co-Education and Women’s Medical College Kingston, Ontario 1880-1894, by A.A. Travill
    Fort Henry during the Troubled Days of 1837 to 1839, by George F. Henderson
    Kingston as a Military Centre, 1881, by John Grenville
    In Memoriam—John Wheelock Spurr, 1912-1981
    Honorary Patrons and Officers of the Kingston Historical Society in 1981



    Vol. 29   1981    OUT OF PRINT

    Cover: King George VI and Queen Elizabeth en route to Kingston, 21 May 1939
    Sir Robert Hall (1778-1818), by John W. Spurr
    From Public Waterfront to High Rise Development—The History of Two Properties on Ontario Street, by Jennifer McKendry
    Fort Henry: Military Mistake or Defiant Deterrent? By William Patterson
    The Construction of Murney Tower: a Diary of 1846
    The 1939 Royal Visit to Kingston, by George F. Henderson
    The Redan Window in the Chapel at Cataraqui Cemetery (photograph and description)
    Sir John A. Macdonald Memorial Service, 6 June 1980: Order of Service and the Ceremony of the Wreaths
    In Memory of Sir John A. Macdonald, by C. E. S. Franks
    Sir John A. Macdonald and his Doctors, A.A. Travill
    Kingston’s Industrial Hinterland, by Neil A. Patterson
    Summerhill in the 19th Century, Its Use and Users, by Margaret Angus
    In Memoriam—Louis Joseph Flynn, 1902-1980
    Honorary Patrons and Officers of the Kingston Historical Society in 1980



    Vol. 28   1980   OUT OF PRINT

    Cover: advertisement for the Kingston & Pembroke Railway, 1894
    Why Examine Local History? By Donald Swainson
    Brief History of Cataraqui Cemetery, by Paul King
    Daniel Fowler of Amherst Island, by Frances K. Smith
    Garden Island and the Calvin Company, by Donald Swainson
    Triumphs and Tragedies —Early Pleasure Sailing in Kingston, by Margaret Angus
    Sir John A. Macdonald Memorial Service, 6 June 1979: Order of Service and the Ceremony of the Wreaths
    Address: Sir John A. Macdonald: Politician of National Unity by Donald Swainson
    Joseph Brant: Kingston’s Founding Father? by Kevin Quinn (read by George Henderson)
    Early Banking in Kingston—Before Banks, by Allan J. Cohoe
    The Trials and Tribulations of the “Kick and Push”: a History of the Kingston and Pembroke Railway, 1871-1912, by Walter Lewis
    Breaking the Mould of the Venerable Bede, by Gerald Killan
    Programme of the Workshop on Projects and Research in Local History— 27 October 1979
    Honorary Patrons and Officers of the Kingston Historical Society in 1979



    Vol. 27   1979  OUT OF PRINT

    Cover: View of Rockwood, the Cartwright Estate, in 1854 by Lt Farrell (AEAC)
    The Bishop’s House Saved, by E. Valorie Swain, Q.C.
    From Pioneer Schoolhouse to K. C. V.1. —1782-1931, by J.H. Ritchie
    John Counter, by Margaret Angus
    Kingston in 1859: A Theatrical Perspective, by Charles Hayter
    The New Grand Opera House, 1902, by Erdmute Waldhauer
    Sir John A. Macdonald Memorial Service, 5 June 1978: the Programme; President Patterson’s Remarks; Invocation by Monsignor J.G. Hanley; Tribute, “Compromise and Accommodation” by Ronald L. Watts
    John Solomon Cartwright: Upper Canadian Gentleman and Regency “Man of Taste”, by J. Douglas and Mary Stewart
    The Observatory in City Park 1855-1900, by Margaret Cohoe
    John A. Macdonald Learns—Articling with George Mackenzie, by William R. Teatero
    Edward John Barker, M.D., Editor and Citizen, by John W. Spurr
    In Memoriam —Ronald Lawrence Way, 1908-1978
    Honorary Patrons and Officers of the Kingston Historical Society in 1978



    Vol. 26   1978

    Cover: Portrait of John Counter, 1799-1862
    Kingston Mayors, 1838-1850: Sketches of a Local Elite, by Kevin Quinn
    A Romance Laid to Rest—Gun Slits or Air Vents? by Jennifer McKendry
    Martin’s Opera House, Kingston 1879-1898, by Erdmute Waldhauer
    The Kingston Brewery of Thomas Dalton, by Ian R. Dalton
    Sir John A. Macdonald Memorial Service, 6 June 1977: The Programme; President Cohoe’s Remarks; Invocation by Bishop Creegan; Without Partisanship Together—For a Common Good, by George N. Speal; Benediction by Msgr. J.G. Hanley; Remarks by T.L. Brock, June 1, 1977
    Sir John A. Macdonald Memoralizations and the Red Rose League, by Margaret Cohoe
    William Coverdale, Kingston Architect 1801 ?-1865, by Mary Winnett Fraser
    The Royal Navy’s Presence in Kingston, Part II: 1813-1853, by John W. Spurr
    Honorary Patrons and the Officers of Kingston Historical Society in 1977



    Vol. 25   1977

    Cover: view of Kingston Mills by J.E. Laughlin
    Kingston Mills 1783-1830, by D.S.C. MacKay
    The Freedom of the City of Kingston for the Royal Military College of Canada, by Mayor George N. Speal
    The Response of Brigadier General W. W. Turner, CD., Adec
    Vignettes of a Century of Cadeting at R.M.C. Kingston, by Thomas L. Brock
    A Spirited Military Opera of 1889, by William Angus
    The Loyalist Search for Shelter 1784-1824, by Professor George Richardson
    Sir John A. Macdonald Memorial Service — 6 June 1976
    Let Us Be Canadians, by Ernest Valorie Swain, Q.C.
    Benjamin Tett and Bedford Mills, by Neil A. Patterson
    The Royal Navy’s Presence in Kingston, Part I: 1813-1836, by John W. Spurr
    Bishop Joseph-Octave Plessis’s Pastoral Visit to Kingston, 1816, by James S. Pritchard
    In Memoriam—John James Deutsch, 1911-1976
    Honorary Patrons and Officers of Kingston Historical Society in 1976



    Vol. 24   1976   OUT OF PRINT

    Cover: drawing of St George’s Church in 1847 by Harriet Cartwright (Fort Henry coll.)
    Sir John A. Macdonald: Truly and Profoundly a Home-loving Canadian, an address given 6 June 1975 by Flora MacDonald, M.P.
    Farms and Farm Families in the St. Lawrence Townships, by R. Marvin Mclnnis
    Kingston and the Choice of Canada’s Capital, by George F.G. Stanley
    St. George’s Cathedral, Kingston: 150th Anniversary of the Laying of its Corner Stone, by Allan J. Anderson
    Bishop Edward John Horan, by L.J. Flynn
    Molly Brant: an Appreciation, by Ian E. Wilson
    The Belleville Connection, by Gerald E. Boyce
    A Gentlewoman in Early Kingston, by Margaret Angus
    In Memoriam: Rhoda Constance “Connie” Simmons, 1889-1976
    “Kingston’s Museum is Itself a Curio” from the Daily British Whig, 1 August 1925
    Kingston Historical Society Officers and Honorary Patrons for 1975



    Vol. 23   1975

    Cover: Portrait of Sir Robert Barrie, 1774-1841
    Commodore Robert Barrie and his Family in Kingston, 1819-1 834, by T.L.Brock
    The Town at Bay: Kingston and the Cholera, 1832 and 1834, by John W. Spurr
    Sir John A. Macdonald, 1815-1891, A Tribute, by J. Keith Johnson on 6 June 1974
    Heirs, Devisees, and Assigns: A footnote to the social history of the Midland District, by H. Pearson Gundy
    Roads and Railways: Kingston’s mid-century search for a hinterland, 1846-1854, by Duncan McDowall
    Soldiers of Fort Frontenac, 1673-1 758, by Neil Patterson
    The failure of the Sulpician Mission to the Kente, 1681, by Wallace Havelock Robb
    The Anchorage, by Hans Westenberg



    Vol. 22   1974

    Cover: Margaret Angus and Queen Elizabeth, 27 June 1973
    A Personal View of Kingston, by S. F. Wise
    President Franklin Roosevelt’s Visit to Queen’s University, 18 August 1938, by Frederick W. Gibson
    Theatre in Kingston, 1816-1870, by John W. Spurr
    A Tribute to Sir John A. Macdonald, by W. R. Lederman
    Shannon’s Cannon, by Margaret Cohoe
    Robert Sutherland: Queen’s First Black Student, by A. R. Hazelgrove



    Vol. 21   1973

    Cover: Portrait of Hugh C. Thomson, 1791-1834
    Sir Frederick Haldimand: Founder of Ontario, Founder of Kingston, by Neil Patterson
    James O’Reilly and Catholic Politics, by Donald Swainson
    Remembering Agnes Maule Machar, by R.W. Cumberland
    James Morton of Kingston – Brewer, by M.L. Magill
    The Visit of the Prince of Wales to Kingston in 1860, by Anne MacDermaid
    The Business Career of Hugh C. Thomson of Kingston, by H. Pearson Gundy
    A Brief Guide to Archival Sources Relating to Kingston, by Ian E. Wilson
    Kingston: A Selected Bibliography, contributed by Deborah Defoe, Kingston Public Library
    Portsmouth Village, by Margaret Angus



    Vol. 20   1972

    Cover: portrait of the Reverend Alexander MacDonell, 1826-1840
    The Old Stones of Queen’s, 1842-1900, by Margaret Angus
    In Retrospect, by Louis J. Flynn
    The Kingston Garrison, 1815-1870, by John W. Spurr
    Kingston in the Eighteen-Nineties, by Anne MacDermaid
    Tribute to Sir John A. Macdonald, by T. S. Webster on 6 June 1970 at the 80th Anniversary Service
    In Defence of Old Fort Frontenac and its Founder, by Richard A. Preston
    The Honourable William Morris, 1786-1858, by Hilda Neatby
    Queen ‘s Yesterday and Today, by Arthur R. M. Lower
    Bishop Alexander MacDonell, by George F. G. Stanley
    Appendix: Turning Back the Clock, a Letter to Lt.-Col. L. J. Flynn, by Mary I. Campbell



    Vol. 19   1971

    Cover: Portrait of Thomas Liddell of Queen’s University
    A History of the Kingston Waterfront and Water Lots, by Dorothy Geiger
    Thomas Liddell: Queen’s First Principal, by H. Pearson Gundy
    George Airey Kirkpatrick: Political Patrician, by Donald Swainson
    The Building of the Rideau Canal, by Neil A. Patterson
    Nils von Schoultz — The Man they had to hang, by Richard A. Pierce
    The Sydenham Street Methodist Congregation up to 1852, by Murray Rielly
    A Business College Student’s Letters, 1886-7, contributed by R. A. Preston



    Vol. 18   1970   OUT OF PRINT

    Cover: photograph of George Baxter of Cataraqui Grange
    Archives, the Future of the Past, by Ian E. Wilson
    The Abbé of Abbey Dawn, by George F. G. Stanley
    History, Genealogy and the Trumpour Family, by Mark B. D. Trumpour
    The Baxters of Cataraqui Grange, by Isobel Baxter
    Retaking the 1842 Kingston census, by Mrs. J. H. Grenville
    The Night of the Fire, 17 April 1840, by John W. Spurr
    Building the Rear Street British Wesleyan Chapel, concerning a letter of 1817, by J. C. Arnell
    A Historical Chronology of Kingston, by Rose Mary Gibson



    Vol. 17   1969   OUT OF PRINT

    Cover: Adam Shortt, 1859-1931, founder of KHS in 1893
    75th Anniversary, by H. Pearson Gundy, editor of Historic Kingston2
    Adam Shortt, Founder, by Arthur R. M. Lower
    The Kingston Gazette, the War of 1812, and “Fortress Kingston”, by John W. Spurr
    Evan MacCoIl, Kingston’s Gaelic Poet, by George F. G. Stanley
    The Early History of Rockwood Hospital, by John S. Pratten
    The Catholic Church in the Kingston Area to 1759, by Reverend S. J. McGivern, S.J.
    Alexander Campbell: General Manager of the Conservative Party (Eastern Ontario Section), by Donald Swainson
    Mr. Dobbs Comes to Town, 1832, contributed by T. B. Higginson
    The Community of Bedford Mills, by Eleanor Tett Robertson
    Archives in the Community, by Ian E. Wilson



    Vol. 16   1968   OUT OF PRINT

    Cover: aerial photograph of the Kingston City Hall in 1967 “with restored portico and new Centennial Park”
    H.M. Dock Yard, Kingston, under Commissioner Robert Barrie, 1819-1834, by T. L. Brock
    Canada’s Greatest Scot: Sir John Alexander Macdonald, a Centennial Tribute, by Louis J. Flynn
    The Cartwrights of Kingston, by Henry L. Cartwright
    Elections in Kingston in 1867, by W. J. Coyle
    Canadian Historical Writing: A Centennial Harvest, by R. A. O’Brien
    Ernest Lawson and the Grant Family, by Margaret Andrew
    The Rush-Bagot Agreement, 1817, by George F. G. Stanley
    Appendix A: Some Early Memories of Kingston by Muriel G. Clarke (daughter of Prof. Adam Shortt)
    Appendix B: List of New Members in 1967, Kingston Historical Society
    Honorary Patrons and Officers of KHS



    Vol. 15   1967   OUT OF PRINT

    Cover: Portrait of C. Poulett Thomson, Lord Sydenham
    John Rutledge, First Schoolmaster of Loughborough Township, by J. R. Rutledge.
    Dr. George Lawson, 182 7-1895, a Forgotten Canadian Botanist, by Jacques Rousseau and William G. Dore.
    Joel Stone and the Founding of Gananoque, by Roland McMurrich.
    Lord Sydenham’s One Hundred and Fifteen Days in Kingston, by Margaret Angus.
    Kingston and the War of 1812, by J. MacKay Hitsman.
    The Herchmers of Kingston, by Eleanor Herchmer Robertson.
    Bibliography on Kingston and District: Selected Publications
    Cumulative Index to Historic Kingston, Volumes I – 15 by author and by title
    List of Members, Kingston Historical Society, 1966-67
    Officers and Executive Council


    Vol. 14   1966   OUT OF PRINT

    Cover: Autographed photograph of John A. Macdonald by Notman in 1865
    Sir John A. Macdonald Sesquicentennial Celebration on 11 January 1965
    John Alexander Macdonald, the Father of his Country, by Donald G. Creighton.
    The Rise of Christopher Hagerman, by S. F. Wise.
    Eldorado to Omega Blue, by Nadine B. Brumell.
    Ontario’s First Lady, by H. C. Burleigh.
    A Great Lakes Saga of the Great Lakes [about the Gildersleeves], by Anna G. Young.
    The Beginning of the Hydrographic Survey and the St. Lawrence River, by Robin Harris.
    George Dalrymple Ferguson, by Katherine Ferguson.



    Vol. 13   1965   OUT OF PRINT

    Cover: Heathfield, the Kingston residence of Sir John A. Macdonald, 1865-78
    The Macpherson-Shaw-Macdonald Correction, by George F. G. Stanley
    The Battle of Waterloo Chapel, 1834-1842, by Rev. J. William Lamb
    The Financial Problems of Rev. John Stuart, by P. Lloyd Northcott
    The Mowats of Kingston, by Margaret Angus
    The Kingston Rectory Dispute, 1864, by D. M. Schurman
    Rev. Robert James McDowall, 1768-1841, by Robert James McDowall
    Abbey Dawn’s Donation of Indian Artifacts, by Wallace Havelock Robb
    Kingston and Oswego. An address to the Heritage Foundation of Oswego, New York, on the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the British capture of Fort Ontario at Oswego, 6 May 1814, by G. F. G. Stanley
    Charles Sangster, 1822-1893: an address at the unveiling of a historic marker, the Cricket Field, Kingston, Ontario, 12 September 1964, by H. P. Gundy
    Appendix A: Court Cases re: Methodists Chapels, 1835-1842
    Appendix B: re: descendants of John Mowat
    Appendix C: Extract of a report of Lt.-Col. J. Mitchell to Major General Jacob Brown and forwarded in a dispatch from Brown to the Secretary of War, 12 May 1814; and Extract of a letter from Lt.-Gen. Sir Gordon Drummond to Sir George Prevost, 7 May 1814
    Appendix D: Items of special note in the Abbey Dawn Indian Collection, with Mr. Robb’s comments at the time of presentation, 16 December 1964



    Vol. 12   1964   OUT OF PRINT

    Cover: photograph of Bellevue House by George Lilley
    Operation Garden Island by D. J. Calvin
    Michael Grass and the Grass Family of Kingston, by Donald E. Grass
    Who was Carl Fechter? by H. P. Gundy
    In Retrospect: The Kingston Historical Society since 1906, by Louis J. Flynn
    The Anglican Churches of Kingston, by Rev. Canon A. J. Anderson
    Defence of a Diarist [extracts from 1843], by W. H. Stevens
    Appendices: 1.articles by Carl Fechter, December 1886
    2. list of KHS Presidents 1893 – 1962
    3. list of Anglican Churches of Kingston, 1785-1959, compiled by Allan J. Anderson
    Constitution of the Kingston Historical Society
    Act of Incorporation, Kingston Historical Society, 14 November 1962



    Vol. 11   1963   OUT OF PRINT

    Cover: Charles Sangster, 1822-1893
    The First Battle of Sackets Harbor, by Richard A. Preston (An address delivered on “Canada Day” 22 July 1962 at Sackets Harbor, New York, commemorating the War of 1812.)
    Reflections upon Education in the Midland District, 1810-1816, by Frederic F. Thompson
    Architects and Builders of Early Kingston, by Margaret Angus
    Charles Sangster, Canada’s and Kingston’s Poet, by Wallace Havelock Robb
    The Early Years of the Kingston Historical Society, 1893-1906, by Louis J. Flynn
    A Story In Stone: a Few Interesting Facts about Murney Redoubt (Revised by Dr. R. A. Preston from a pamphlet by W. Stewart Lavell.)

    NOTE: Volumes 1 to 10 were reprinted in a single binding in 1974.



    Vol. 10   1962

    Cover: Benjamin Tett of Newboro, 1798-1878
    In Memoriam, Lt. Col. H. E. Pense, D.S.O., M.C., 1889-1962
    Benjamin Tett of Newboro 1820 – 1843, by D. M. Schurman
    John Thomson, Pioneer in Paper-making, father of the Pulpwood Industry in Canada, by Mrs. Norman W. Hutchison
    Publishing and Bookselling in Kingston since 1810, by H. P. Gundy
    The Intellectual Background of Dr. John Travers Lewis, the first Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Ontario, by the Right Reverend Kenneth C. Evans, Bishop of Ontario
    Appendix: Benjamin Tett’s Indenture of Apprenticeship to James O’Hare, Surgeon and Apothecary, Perth, 1 November 1818



    Vol. 9   1960   OUT OF PRINT

    Cover: Notre Dame Convent, 1896 [Bagot at Johnson Streets]
    In Memoriam, Lt. Col. Stuart McDowall Polson, M.D., 1883-1960
    The Early History of Notre Dame Convent in Kingston, by Reverend Sister St. Kevin
    Petticoats and Coifs in old Kingston, by Leopold Lamontagne
    Kingston and the North West Rebellion, 1885, by George F. G. Stanley
    Kingston and the Founding of the Canadian Press Association, by J. Alex. Edmison
    Kingston Collegiate Institute, written by Samuel Woods in the Queen’s Journal, 24 March 1874
    KHS Patrons and Officers for 1959-60



    Vol. 8    1959   OUT OF PRINT

    Cover: Archdeacon George Okill Stuart
    A Voyage from Bristol to Quebec, 1813, by Dr. H. C. Burleigh
    Ernest Pascoe Goodwin: a Queen’s Man – Class of ‘88, by Colonel D. F. MacRae
    Bishop Strachan and the Archdeaconry of Kingston, 1840-1848, by Dr. D. M. Schurman
    Strachan and Stuart Letters at Queen’s, by H. P. Gundy
    The Development of Municipal Government in the Bay of Quinte Area, by Maurice H. Young
    Daniel Fowler, R.C.A., 1810-1894, by Dr. Charles Comfort (delivered at the unveiling of a memorial plaque on Amherst Island, 11 Oct. 1959)
    KHS Patrons and Officers for 1958-59



    Vol. 7    1958   OUT OF PRINT

    Cover: view of the first House of Providence 1861
    Lieutenant-Colonel Courtlandt M. Strange, 1867-1958
    Early Canadian Gunsmiths with Special Reference to the Quinte Area, by Thomas Riedel, Esq.
    Recent Archaeological Discoveries at Toniata, by Gerald Stevens, Esq.
    History of the Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul in Kingston, by Reverend Sister Mary Electa
    A Kingston Surgeon in the American Civil War, by H. P. Gundy, Esq.
    The Indian Site at Consecon, by Reverend B. P. Squire
    The Sir George Kirkpatrick Memorial Fountain, H. P. Gundy, Esq.
    List of Historic Plaques in Kingston and Vicinity
    KHS Patrons and Officers, 1957-58



    Vol. 6   1957   OUT OF PRINT

    Cover: photograph of the Strange House, 1824-6
    Some Reflections on Kingston’s Architecture, by Professor A. R. M. Lower
    William Johnston: Pirate or Patriot, by Professor G. F. G. Stanley
    The Diary of J. B. Marks, by B. C. Beer, Esq. (Substituted for the paper on Old Buildings in Ontario, by V. B. Blake, Esq.)
    A Chapter of Early Methodism in the Kingston Area, by Professor F. F. Thompson

    Excerpts from the Minute Book of the Kingston Historical Society in 189
    The American Attack on Kingston, 10th Nov. 1812 (from the Kingston Gazette, 17 Nov. 1812)

    KHS Patrons and Officers for 1956-57



    Vol. 5   1956   OUT OF PRINT

    Cover: Early painting of the first St George’s Church
    The Macaulay Family of Kingston, by Mrs. William Angus.
    The Civil Service when Kingston was the Capital of Canada, by Professor J. E. Hodgetts.
    Early Schools in Kingston, by F. P. Smith, Esq.
    A Clash in St. Paul’s Churchyard, by Professor R. A. Preston.
    Kingston Mechanics’ Institute, 1834
    The Kingston Historical Society, 1893
    John Balmer in Kingston, 1853-7
    KHS Patrons and Officers for 1955-56



    Vol. 4   1955

    Cover: modern photograph of a Fort Henry soldier
    Some Old Kingston Homes and the Families Who Lived in Them, by Margaret Angus.
    Growing Pains: The Early History of the Queen’s Medical Faculty, by H. P. Gundy
    Historical Restorations, by R. Way
    Kingston’s Newspapers, by Fred Pense
    Reminiscences of Printing in Canada, by H. P. Gundy
    A Sketching History of St. Paul’s Church, by Lt. Col. Charles E. Long (Reprinted from a pamphlet published in 1937. Revised and corrected by Margaret Angus and Richard A. Preston.)
    A list of Historical Markers erected by the Kingston Historical Society since 1951
    KHS Officers for 1954-55



    Vol. 3  1954   OUT OF PRINT

    Cover: photograph of the Burnham Sugar Bowl, made in the Mallorytown Glass House
    The History of the Port of Kingston, by Dr. R. A. Preston, R.M.C.
    The History of Kingston Penitentiary, by Mr. J. A. Edmison, Queen’s
    The Story of St. Mark’s, by The Reverend Allan J. Anderson, Barriefield.
    The Battle of the Windmill, by Dr. G. F. G. Stanley, R.M.C.
    Early Canadian Glass, by Mr. G. F. Stevens, Mallorytown
    KHS Officers for 1953-54



    Vol. 2    1953   OUT OF PRINT

    Cover: Portrait of Count Frontenac
    In Memoriam: Edwin E. Horsey
    John C. Clark’s Diary, by Dr. H. C. Burleigh, Bath
    Fort Frontenac, by Col. W. G. Hagarty, D.S.O., R.C.A. (retired), London.
    Recent Excavations at Fort Frontenac, by Brigadier G. Kitching, C.B.E., D.S.O., C.D., Commandant of Fort Frontenac.
    Kingston’s French Heritage, by Major Leopold Lamontagne, College Militaire Royal, St. Jean, P.Q.
    Indian Lore of The Bay of Quinte, by Wallace Havelock Robb, Abbey Dawn.
    Collins Bay, by Mrs. Gordon Sinclair, Collins Bay
    KHS Officers for 1952-53


    Vol. 1    1952   OUT OF PRINT

    Cover: H.M.S. St. Lawrence, painted by C. J. Snider
    KHS Patrons and Officers
    The Fate of Kingston’s Warships, by R. A. Preston, R.M.C.
    Kingston as Early Tourists Saw It, by G. F. G. Stanley, R.M.C.
    Kingston and the British Army, by Ronald L. Way, Fort Henry