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Author Sauriol, Charles, 1904-
Title Tales of the Don / Charles Sauriol ; edited by Vivian Webb.
Imprint Toronto, Ont. : Natural Heritage/Natural History, 1984.

Author Sauriol, Charles, 1904-
Subject Sauriol, Charles, 1904-
Don River Valley (Ont.) -- Biography.
Don River Valley (Ont.) -- History.
Toronto (Ont.) -- Biography.
Don River Valley (Ont.) -- Social life and customs.
Alt Name Webb, Vivian.
Description 1 online resource (187 pages) : illustrations
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Contents The Way It Was -- And Is; Part One; What Was and What Might Have Been; The Don Valley at Bloor; The Taylor House; In Memory of Ernest Thompson Seton (1860-1946); The Way of the Way Freight; The Conservation Specials; The Gray Family; Ashes and Embers; Playing Along the Don; Part Two: Introduction; Maple Sap and Syrup; Hens and Eggs; Sassafras, the Don Valley Goat; A Garden of Earthly Delights; A Taste of Summer; Freshets, Floods and Bridges; Wells, Pumps and Water Witching; Wood and What Went With It; Cabins; How to Lose a Fortune; A Few Floral Friends; Don Valley Birdmen.
Summary "I remember them as though they had happened yesterday."So writes author-naturalist Charles Sauriol in reference to his many memorable experiences within Toronto's Don River Valley. From Scout outings in 1920 to pioneer cottaging, train excursions, maple syrup making, beekeeping and countless other activities, the author's long association with the Don makes for fascinating reading in this sequel to his earlier book, Remembering the Don. Tales of the Don provides for Toronto residents and visitors alike a picture window through which they may see the valley as it was years ago. A vital part of.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9781554883035 (electronic bk.)
1554883032 (electronic bk.)
9781459711211 (electronic bk.)
1459711211 (electronic bk.)
0920474306
9780920474303
OCLC # 281624207
Additional Format Print version: Sauriol, Charles, 1904- Tales of the Don. Toronto, Ont. : Natural Heritage/Natural History, 1984 0920474306 9780920474303 (DLC) 85128596 (OCoLC)13358726


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