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Puslinch Historical Society

Our mission: Collect, Research and Preserve Puslinch History

Duff's Presbyterian Church is offering free copies of "Duff's Presbyterian Church 1837-1987". For details, go to Publications

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Meetings and Events

Puslinch Historical Society regularly meets several times each year, with speakers who address the membership on topics of local historical interest.

Mark your calendar for our upcoming events:

May 13, 2014 at 7 p.m. at the archives: Edith George on "Securing the Future of Heritage Trees"

June 23, 2014 Spirit Walk at Crown cemetery profiling five tradesmen interred here.

July 12, 2014 Visit us at Aberfoyle Market.

September 16, 2014 at the archives: Prof. Don Smith on relations between Aboriginals and early European settlers in this area.

November 18 at the archives: Paul O'Hara, botanist and owner of Blue Oak Nurseries on "Indian trail marker trees".

Watch the Puslinch Pioneer in future issues for more information.

Recent Meetings and Events

PUSLINCH HISTORICAL SOCIETY met Tuesday February 25, 7 p.m. Dr. Elizabeth Ritchie from University of the Highlands, Scotland discussed the experiences of a Scottish pioneer woman in Upper Canada.

Tuesday November 12th Meeting with guest speaker Larry Cotton, author of "Whiskey and Wickedness - Wellington and Grey"

Horse Logging

Tuesday, October 1, 2013 at the library - Joan Hug-Valeriote's documentary about selective logging on a small woodlot in Puslinch. Because of the steepness of the terrain in this woodlot, Greg Parker and his team of Belgians were used to harvest the logs, (and thus minimized damage to the land.) This documentary evokes earlier times in Puslinch.

Spirit Walk in Crown cemetery was held Tuesday, June 11, 2013.

What follows is narratives from the 4 life stories for the evening.

Alexander Amos

Gert Worthington

Richard B. Morison

Roderick Cameron

The ANNUAL MEETING was held April 9, 2013 at the Archives in the library (Aberfoyle). Read the President's report HERE

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