|Contributions||Algonquin Regional Library System.|
|LC Classifications||F5545M8 H4|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||76 p. :|
|Number of Pages||76|
Muskoka Books promotes the written heritage of the unique Canadian Shield region comprised of Muskoka, Georgian Bay, Parry Sound, and Algonquin Park. "Muskoka Scrapbook" (series of eight books: Individual years, , , , , , (two volumes),  "A Good Town Continues - Bracebridge –", contributed to Born: (age 75), Bracebridge, Ontario, Canada. Natural Heritage Evaluation of Muskoka. , by Ron Reid and Bonnie Bergsma. Part of the Muskoka Heritage Areas Program a project of the District of Muskoka and The Muskoka Heritage Foundation. The text of all the site evaluations can be found on the “Muskoka Water Web” map or Heritage . Muskoka Heritage Areas. Muskoka's Heritage Areas are those areas of Muskoka's landscape that, on a local, district, provincial or national scale, exhibit entities of historical, geological, archaeological, scenic or biological value.. In the early 's, Muskoka undertook a field-based program to identify the most significant natural areas in the District.
T his web site has been created as a resource tool for those interested in searching the early history of Bracebridge, Ontario, Canada and to a some extent that of the surrounding area of Muskoka. This site describes the Veitch Index that provides information on people, places and events that lived, existed or occurred here many years ago. Our homepage has quick links to information about the Museum, the Village, and the Train, our collections, education and weddings and links to pages you think will be helpful when looking to visit Muskoka Heritage Place in Huntsville, Ontario, Canada. The Artists of Muskoka This book is part of that process. The artists whose work is showcased here want you to feel the passion that drives them to create. They invite you to experience it more deeply by visiting their studios, listed on the final pages. Leonard Pizzey. CONTACT US TODAY The Muskokan On Lake Joseph, a luxurious, sun-drenched, incomparable getaway on the shores of the historic Lake Joseph. A magical villa experience with more services and amenities than you can imagine. Muskoka District Rd, .
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