A Scottish Town by Birthright

Unknown - 1995
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Pat Mestern, author of several earlier books and an ardent booster of her hometown, has produced an entertaining personal account of Fergus, while maintaining the historical perspective and utilizing the rich oral history of the area. Her lighter look at some of the characters and the escapades that add flavour to life in small-town Ontario make this a delightful read. Ghost stories and "the legacy of the one-legged chickens" are memorable examples of her Fergus. The settlement of Fergus, originally known as Little Falls, was founded by two Lowland Scots, Adam Fergusson and James Webster, both.
Publisher: Toronto, Ont. : Natural Heritage/Natural History, ©1995.
Characteristics: 1 online resource (127 pages) : illustrations, maps


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