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<b>REMEMBER THIS:</b> Newmarket through the 1910s

REMEMBER THIS: Newmarket through the 1910s

In this week's column, History Hound Richard MacLeod continues his timeline series
<b>REMEMBER THIS:</b> New century brings cars, Davis tannery, great canal project to Newmarket

REMEMBER THIS: New century brings cars, Davis tannery, great canal project to Newmarket

In this week's column, History Hound Richard MacLeod continues his series highlighting Newmarket's history with a look at the years 1900 to 1910
<b>REMEMBER THIS: </b>1880s mark arrival of telephone, water works, poor house, temperance movement

REMEMBER THIS: 1880s mark arrival of telephone, water works, poor house, temperance movement

In this week's column, History Hound Richard MacLeod continues his historical highlights in Newmarket from the years 1881 to 1900
<b>REMEMBER THIS:</b> Fire brigade, plank sidewalks, fairgrounds arrive when Newmarket became a village

REMEMBER THIS: Fire brigade, plank sidewalks, fairgrounds arrive when Newmarket became a village

In this week's column, History Hound Richard MacLeod highlights the important event in Newmarket history from 1858 to 1881
<b>REMEMBER THIS:</b> Fur trade, Quaker settlers, rebellion part of Newmarket's early history

REMEMBER THIS: Fur trade, Quaker settlers, rebellion part of Newmarket's early history

In this week's column, History Hound Richard MacLeod highlights key events beginning with the arrival of English settlers to Newmarket's incorporation as a village in 1858
<b>REMEMBER THIS:</b> Lieutenant-Governor Simcoe behind familiar place names of today

REMEMBER THIS: Lieutenant-Governor Simcoe behind familiar place names of today

In this week's column, History Hound Richard MacLeod examines the life of an influential man in Upper Canada, whose achievements include the Act Against Slavery in 1793 —40 years before slavery was outlawed in the British Empire
<b>REMEMBER THIS:</b> Cawthra family has equal historical impact in Newmarket, Toronto

REMEMBER THIS: Cawthra family has equal historical impact in Newmarket, Toronto

In this week's column, History Hound Richard MacLeod explores the history of Joseph Cawthra, his many descendents, and their link to a famed Canadian politician
<b>REMEMBER THIS:</b> King George School opened in 1913 in booming Newmarket <b> (15 photos) </b>

REMEMBER THIS: King George School opened in 1913 in booming Newmarket (15 photos)

In this week's column, History Hound Richard MacLeod fondly recalls his iconic neighbourhood school as a place to both learn and play
<b>REMEMBER THIS:</b> 'Impressive' addition to early Newmarket school included 200-lb roof-top bell

REMEMBER THIS: 'Impressive' addition to early Newmarket school included 200-lb roof-top bell

In this week's column, History Hound Richard MacLeod highlights the early day of education in Newmarket
<b>REMEMBER THIS:</b> Stuart Scott now Newmarket's oldest standing school <b>(13 photos)</b>

REMEMBER THIS: Stuart Scott now Newmarket's oldest standing school (13 photos)

In this week's column, History Hound Richard MacLeod kicks off his series on Newmarket schools at his alma mater, where the cornerstone was laid by Sir William Mulock and Prime Minister Mackenzie King in 1923