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Up the Gatineau! Selected Articles

Almost 400 aticles have been published in the Up the Gatineau!. All articles from Volumes 1 to 20 are available online along with selected articles from other volumes. Select a volume to see the list of articles or choose from selected articles below:

Additional selected articles from other Volumes:

A Bridge A-Building by Ernie Mahoney, (Volume 23)
A Century of the Gatineau Fish and Game Club by Archie Pennie and Carol Martin, (Volume 21)
A Bridge for our Times - Rebuilding the Wakefield Covered Bridge by Neil Faulkner, (Volume 23)
A Decade in the Woods: Rosemary Gilliat Eaton’s Winter Cabin in Gatineau Park by Danielle Siemens, (Volume 44)
A History of Dying in the Gatineau Valley by Hannen Sabean, (Volume 45)
A Lake with Two Names: The Harrington Lake (Lac Mousseau) Toponymy Controversy by Michael Lait, (Volume 42)
Beamish Hill and Beyond by Allan Richens, (Volume 34)
Chelsea's Wartime Wireless Transmission Station by Carol Martin, (Volume 28)
Early Aerial Photography of the Gatineau River Valley by Duncan Marshall, (Volume 27)
Following Florence by W. C. (Bill) Allen, (Volume 42)
Gaels of the Gatineau Valley by Danny Doyle, (Volume 45)
Gatineau: Paddling through the History of a River’s Name by Rick Henderson, (Volume 46)
« Gatineau » : Pagayer à travers la toponymie d'une rivière par Rick Henderson, (Volume 46)
How Philemon Wright High School Teachers and Students Met the Challenge of 1968 by Bob McClelland, (Volume 44)
Memories of Meech Lake Summers by Margaret Coleman, (Volume 37)
Pat Evans: A Tribute by Ernie Mahoney, (Volume 26)
Pat Evans, Neighbour and Friend by Bill Pawley, (Volume 26)
Philemon Wright (1760-1839) by Bruce S. Elliott, (Volume 26)
Poltimore: A View from the Outside by Janet McDiarmid, (Volume 27)
Remembering the Life of Patrick M.O. Evans by Bob Phillips, (Volume 26)
Rosemary Gilliat Eaton: A Biographical Sketch by Danielle Siemens, (Volume 44)
Seventy-five Years Young: The Larrimac Golf Club Ages Gracefully by Ann Schwartz, (Volume 25)
Stanislas Franchot and his Buckingham Mines by Donald D. Hogarth, (Volume 24)
Stations of the Gatineau Valley Railway by Bruce Ballantyne, (Volume 24)
Summer Hotels of the Gatineau by Ernie Mahoney, (Volume 25)
The Chelsea Cenotaph Story by Allan Richens, (Volume 28)
The Early Years of the Gatineau River Yacht Club by Allan Richen, (Volume 27)
The Martin Letters of Tucker Lake: Disease, Drought and Other Hardships by Don Kealey, (Volume 45)
The Sculpted Rocks of Cantley by David Sharpe, (Volume 41)
Three Centuries of the Fur Trade, Passing by the Gatineau Region by Carol Martin, (Volume 24)
When the Axe was King by Archie M. Pennie, (Volume 24)
You Never Told Who Your Bootlegger Was by Ernie Mahoney, (Volume 27)