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  • Updated! – The Cumberland Town Historical Publication

    Updated! – The Cumberland Town Historical Publication

    Glimpses of Cumberland Township

    Along the old Montreal Road, and towards the south, lies the historic township of Cumberland. It has undergone considerable change over the past two centuries: from rugged wilderness, to bustling villages; from industrious farmsteads, to vibrant urban communities.

    “Glimpses of Cumberland Township: For the Honour of Our Ancestors” pays tribute to the former township’s XIXth and XXth century history through stories and images, as told and shared by local contributors. It is a true community effort – 200 years in the making – that highlights Bearbrook, Navan, Sarsfield, Vars, Leonard, and Cumberland Village to Orléans, among others.

    The soft-cover book, which is illustrated by some 140 images, is available in English (287 pages) and French (300 pages) editions for $30 (including tax). Copies of the book can be purchased at the following locations:

    The Black Walnut Bakery
    979 Cameron Street

    J.T. Bradley Country Convenience Store
    1220 Colonial Road

    Peladeau Groceries
    5877 Buckland Road

    Clarence-Rockland Museum
    687 Laurier Street

    Or you may purchase a copy by completing the Order Form and emailing it to:
    The book is also available at the Ottawa Public Library at the Main and Cumberland branches.

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