Where Did They Go
A look at several Southern Ontario industries that once were the local community mainstay
In this book, the author follows the growth and disappearance of seven manufacturing companies in several different industries. Each was an important factor in the life of their community.
A Series of Short Autobiographical Stories
In a change of pace from Industrial History writing he brings to life short tales from true life experiences. Immerse yourself in these real tales from life in the fifties – and more.
Steam Engines and Threshers
An historical look at manufacturers in this industry in Southern Ontario
With 129 pages and over 110 illustrations this history traces the life of some of the major manufacturers of steam engines and threshers as the hard work of farming gradually became more tolerable thanks to the continued development of mechanisation.
A City’s Industrial Heritage
The growth and demise of fifteen major manufacturers
in Brantford, Ontario
As the twentieth century dawned, Brantford was the third largest industrial centre in Canada. It’s industries employed thousands and shipped products to the far corners of the world, some of them becoming well known names – Cockshutt, Massey Harris, Waterous.
From Wagon to Trailer
A History of Trailmobile Canada and its Forerunners
Read this fascinating account of how most of the major carriage and wagon manufacturers in Ontario merged and, with the help of Cockshutt Plow Company, evolved out of the pre-automobile era.
Iron, Steam and Wood
150 Years with the Waterous Engine Works Company
216 pages, with over 150 illustrations.
This coporate history tells how the Waterous Engine Works company supplied machinery to fuel the development and growth of the country.
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