David Davidson, DVD, 2007. A recording of Davidson’s talk at a meeting of The Burlington Historical Society. The Davidson family had a long history of farming in the area of Maple Avenue. Numerous family photos appear on the Burlington Images
Peggy and Les Armstrong, 2000. 89 pages, illustrated. A compilation of the origins of the street names of Burlington. This book is the only record detailing the naming of this city’s streets.
Claire Emery Machan, 1997. 341 pages, 18 colour and 145 b/w illustrations. This updated version of From Pathway to Skyway is a comprehensive history of Burlington from the Pleistocene Era to 1996. It is an invaluable aid to research in
Dorothy Turcotte, 1992. 272 pages, illustrated. This book continues the history of Burlington as it developed through the 20th century. Brief biographies of early families and their accomplishments.
Dorothy Turcotte, 1989. 216 pages, illustrated. A history of the early pioneers, both United Empire Loyalists and immigrants from the British Isles, who settled in the Burlington area. Many of the names in this book are to be found among
Peter Fisher, edited by Helen Langford with an introduction by Murray Fisher, 1984. 48 pages, illustrated. A brief notebook of reminiscences of his life in nineteenth-century Burlington by a member of a well-known area family.
edited by Vicki Gudgeon, 1981. 61 pages, illustrated. A glimpse into the everyday life of a young wife and mother during six months in 1850. We see her coping not only with her own, eventually fatal illness, but those of
Television Documentary. Written and produced by John Best. This highly entertaining DVD contains historic film footage and photographs, recordings and audio tapes which bring to life this fabulous entertainment venue and the exceptional showman who made it all happen. During