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Place-names of Glengarry and Glenquoich and theirassociations
Edward C. Ellice
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Ellice (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1). Since Glengarry has been settled names have been given to almost every road, crossroad, hamlet, spring, creek, swamp, etc. The following are only a few that I have come across.
In your research you may have reference to a name you will not find on any available map. I have divided the known place names into townships and where possible, put a. “Wartime in Glengarry”(published in by the local Glengarry History Society) local memories of two world wars with photographs.
£ plus postage “Place Names of Glengarry and Glenquoich” by Edward C. Ellice A limited edition of this rare book was reprinted in £ plus postage “Glengarry, A Highland History”. Farming was the intended activity of most early Glengarry settlers, and the tidy fields and family farmsteads found in the county today attest to the pioneers’ ambition and labour.
But given the great trees that covered the land and the demand for lumber and potash, forestry was the major occupation of most Glengarry men in the 19th century.