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Library and Archives Canada
Library and Archives Canada Censuses database
The Archives of Ontario
ONTARIO HERITAGE TRUST
Renfrew County Grave Markers Gallery This website contains photographs of gravemarkers in Cemeteries in Renfrew County, Northeastern Ontario, Canada.
One Room Schoolhouse Discover the History of Pioneering Education in these Wonderful Establishments of Yesteryear
For information on Renfrew Historical Plaques.
FIRST NATION & METIS ROOTS – Explore compiled by Noreen Kruzich a collection of valuable websites and repositories & archival collections regarding the roots and ancestries of the First Nations & Metis people.
The Opeongo Line podcasts website
Dr. Codd’s Letters Part I
In the winter of 1847, a young British physician arrived in Montreal and made his way up through the Ottawa Valley, arriving eventually in a tiny backwoods settlement along its western frontier. What he experienced there over the next few years, he put into a set of uniquely vivid letters he sent back to England. Performed by The Opeongo Readers’ Theatre at the Pembroke Public Library on January 25th, 2020, those letters provides a unique window into the dark, druidical world that would become Renfrew County. Part I
Dr. Codd’s Letters Part II
The Opeongo Readers’ Theatre presents the second part of Dr. Francis Codd’s 1847-1852 Letters, about his practice of medicine and his many adventures throughout Renfrew County in it’s earliest days. An entertaining and informative look at life in the Upper Ottawa Valley nearly 175 years ago. Performed by Jeff Bowman, Cathy Chapeskie, Kristian Marchand and Lynn Stewart.