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1. Cramahe Township database used for the book Tenants in Time

Wilson, Catharine A. and Pullen, Marty. <p>The basic aim of the project was to identify owners and tenants on the 1842 census of Cramahe Township and trace these individuals backwards and... Scholars Portal Dataverse.
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2. Don Valley Historical Mapping Project (01 of 43)

2008. Fortin, Marcel and Jennifer Bonnell. Toronto’s Don River Valley is arguably the city’s most distinctive physical feature. As a provider of water, power, sustenance, building materials... Scholars Portal Dataverse.
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3. Don Valley Historical Mapping Project (02 of 43)

2008. Fortin, Marcel and Jennifer Bonnell. Toronto’s Don River Valley is arguably the city’s most distinctive physical feature. As a provider of water, power, sustenance, building materials... Scholars Portal Dataverse.
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4. Don Valley Historical Mapping Project (03 of 43)

2008. Fortin, Marcel and Jennifer Bonnell. Toronto’s Don River Valley is arguably the city’s most distinctive physical feature. As a provider of water, power, sustenance, building materials... Scholars Portal Dataverse.
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5. Don Valley Historical Mapping Project (04 of 43)

2008. Fortin, Marcel and Jennifer Bonnell. Toronto’s Don River Valley is arguably the city’s most distinctive physical feature. As a provider of water, power, sustenance, building materials... Scholars Portal Dataverse.
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6. Don Valley Historical Mapping Project (05 of 43)

2008. Fortin, Marcel and Jennifer Bonnell. Toronto’s Don River Valley is arguably the city’s most distinctive physical feature. As a provider of water, power, sustenance, building materials... Scholars Portal Dataverse.
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7. Don Valley Historical Mapping Project (06 of 43)

2008. Fortin, Marcel and Jennifer Bonnell. Toronto’s Don River Valley is arguably the city’s most distinctive physical feature. As a provider of water, power, sustenance, building materials... Scholars Portal Dataverse.
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8. Don Valley Historical Mapping Project (07 of 43)

2008. Fortin, Marcel and Jennifer Bonnell. Toronto’s Don River Valley is arguably the city’s most distinctive physical feature. As a provider of water, power, sustenance, building materials... Scholars Portal Dataverse.
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9. Don Valley Historical Mapping Project (08 of 43)

2008. Fortin, Marcel and Jennifer Bonnell. Toronto’s Don River Valley is arguably the city’s most distinctive physical feature. As a provider of water, power, sustenance, building materials... Scholars Portal Dataverse.
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10. Don Valley Historical Mapping Project (09 of 43)

2008. Fortin, Marcel and Jennifer Bonnell. Toronto’s Don River Valley is arguably the city’s most distinctive physical feature. As a provider of water, power, sustenance, building materials... Scholars Portal Dataverse.