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Haddrell, Tara, 45:82 fig
Haeffy’s logging camp, 10:9, 10:12
Hailey, Harry, 41:70
Hale
   Grete (Morrison), 5:24, 8:16, 12:17, 16:2, 16:3 fig, 37:40
   Ivan, 23:38-39
   Reginald B., 5:24, 6:18, 8:16, 12:17, 16:2, 16:3 fig
Halifax aircraft, 22:17 fig
Hall
   family, 44:84 fig
   Almeda, 44:84 fig
   George, 8:5, 44:84
   George Jr., 8:5, 44:84 fig
   Jane, 8:5
   Kenneth, 8:5
   Margaret (Good), 44:84, 44:84 fig
   Pat, 36:21, 36:24, 36:24 fig
   Sebra, 44:84 fig
   Steve, 32:7 fig
Hall farmhouse, 44:84 fig
Hall lumber company, 10:24
Hall’s Cemetery, 4:5, 5:10, 8:3, 8:4, 29:16, 32:22
Halverson, William, 35:10
Halverson’s store, 35:10
Halverson (hamlet), 34:29
Hamel, Edward, 15:33
Hamelin
   family, 32:6
   André, 32:4 fig, 32:7 fig, 32:8
   Y., 32:8
Hamilton
   family, 11:20
   A. B., 9:21
   Bertha (Mrs.), 7:13
   Brian, 32:27-28
   Bruce, 32:24 fig
   Clarence, 9:13-15, 32:25, 32:27-28
   Colleen, 32:27
   Curtis, 7:12
   Fred, 31:8, 32:24 fig, 32:24-28, 32:27 fig
   George, 3:2, 34:36, 35:7, 35:7n9
   Helen, 32:27
   Ines, 32:27
   Isabella, 32:24
   John, 18:6, 20:31
   Maisie. see Morrison, Maisie (Hamilton)
   R., 42:17
   Robert, 35:7n9
   Roxy (Good), 9:15-16, 31:8, 32:25, 32:27
   Roy, 32:28
   William, 6:19, 32:24
   Winnie. see Johnston, Winnie (Hamilton)
   Mr., 7:21
   Mrs. M., 17:9
Hamilton and Low Company, 8:12, 16:1, 35:7, 35:7n9
Hamilton Brothers
   early history in the Gatineau, 10:24, 35:7
   at Hawkesbury, 34:36, 34:40
   heirs to the business, 35:7n9
   James Martin and, 20:30
   log sorting facility, 34:42
   lumbermen working for, 4:15
Hamilton Farm, 3:4, 20:31
Hamilton Motors, 9:13, 32:24-28, 32:27 fig
Hamilton’s Garage, 8:3, 32:25-26, 36:39
   fire at, 31:37, 32:26
Hamm, Pastor, 14:8 fig
hammer marks, 15:2, 40:69, 41:5
Hammond
   Barbara, 28:4
   Felton, 28:4
   James, 10:12, 17:6, 28:3-4
   Jane (Barber), 28:3
   Jean. see Brisenden, Jean (Hammond)
   Ken, 44:51
   Mabel, 28:3, 28:7
   Richard Neiland, 28:3
   Watson, 28:3
Hammond farm, 44:47 fig
Hanna, N. A., 42:17
Hannah
   Barbara, 38:7 fig, 38:8
   David, 38:8
   John, 38:8
   Patricia L. (Pearson), 38:1-3, 38:6 fig, 38:7, 44:100
   Paul, 38:6, 38:7 fig, 38:8
   Robin, 38:8
   Walter, 38:3
Hansen
   Catherine. see Franchot, Catherine (Hansen)
   Erna, 19:35
   Hans, 19:35
Hardie
   family, 42:89
   Annick, 42:89
   John, 42:89, 45:80 fig
Hardy, Frances, 18:36, 18:37
Hare, W. A., 6:17-18
Harkness, Doug, 27:17
Harky’s garage, 44:104-105, 45:90-102, 45:97 fig, 45:100 fig
harness, 15:10-11, 15:14
harness makers, 15:11, 19:38
Harper, Henry Albert “Bert”
   drowning of, 11:4, 19:9n6, 43:42-43
   at Kingsmere, 37:2, 39:3, 43:37-45, 43:41 fig
   Mackenzie King and, 19:8-9
   portrait of, 43:39 fig
Harrington
   family, 11:3
   vs Harrington, 19:31
   Harriet (Meech), 7:17
   . see also Hetherington, Harriet (Meech)
   Janet, 45:70 fig
   John, 7:17, 10:23
   Michael, 4:14
   Father, 15:21
   . see also Hetherington
Harrington Lake
   controversy over name, 42:43-45, 42:50
   development plans for, 42:45-47
   Edwards cottage at, 30:25, 30:27, 30:30
   Elizabeth II at, 17:4
   FDC and, 42:43, 42:45, 42:47-50
   fox farm near, 29:17-21, 42:41
   Gatineau Park and, 42:47
   Harrington family at, 7:17, 19:31
   Healey family at, 30:26
   John Diefenbaker at, 37:4
   lumbering at, 27:20, 30:26
   Lyndon Baines Johnson at, 38:8
   map of, 42:42 fig
   naming of, 42:39-52
   Pearson family at, 38:5-8
   Pierre Elliott Trudeau at, 38:37
   preservation of, 42:45, 42:47, 42:51
   prime ministers’ summer residence at, 17:4, 29:18, 29:21, 37:1, 42:46 fig, 42:48-50
   proposal for ski complex at, 42:47, 42:48 fig
   sawmill at, 1:10, 30:26, 42:40
   W. C. Edwards at, 42:40
   . see also Lac Mousseau
Harris
   family, 2:9
   Allan, 8:24
   George Percy, 39:21
   Harold, 9:10
   Harry H., 30:48
   Howard, 8:8
   Lawren, 26:36
   Mary Lou, 8:24
   P., 11:14
   Steve, 41:46
   W. Dale, 17:1
   Wilf, 8:23, 18:27
Harris property, 39:2 fig, 39:26 fig
Harrison, Dent, 23:49
Harry, Flora, 31:5
Hart property, 39:2 fig
Hartin family, 11:18
harvest, 21:10 fig, 21:10-12, 31:Front cover fig
harvesters (log), 15:15, 15:15-16, 15:23
Harvey, Mrs. Pearson, 26:30
Hastey
   family, 15:34
   Robert, 25:2
Hastey’s stage coaches, 25:1, 25:2
Haughton, Phyllis, 44:29 fig
hauling. see log haul
haunted houses, 10:9-10
Haveron, Dave, 21:32
Haveron’s Hotel, 7:26, 25:5
Haveron’s store, 37:39
Hawken, Frank, 17:33
hay barns, 34:2, 34:5
hay pressing, 31:31-32
haying, 20:27 fig, 21:10, 41:87 fig, 41:87-88
Haycock
   Edward Burton, 10:16-20, 25:32, 25:36-38, 25:38, 25:41, 41:46
   Edward Sr., 25:36
   Esther (Hilton), 10:19
   Frank Dawson, 25:36-37
   John, 10:19
   John Hiram, 10:19
   Mary (Butler), 10:19
   Mary Emily, 10:19
   Maurice Hall, 26:38-39
   Samuel H., 10:16
Haycock Iron Mine
   at Cantley, 41:46-58
   Cantley 1889 visit, 41:51, 41:52 fig
   A. E. Edmonds and, 26:34
   end of, 41:57
   failure of, 41:49
   history of, 25:36
   at Ironside, 10:16-18
   tour of site, 41:52 fig
   tramway, 41:47 fig, 41:48, 41:48 fig, 41:51
Haycock Mine Road, 41:51
Haycock Phosphate Mine, 25:38
Hayden
   Noreen, 7:25
   Patrick, 13:18
   Thomas, 7:23, 7:25, 13:18
   Thomas Jr., 13:18
Hayes
   family, 35:2
   Eleanor (Barry), 9:20, 9:22, 13:16
   Ellen (Donovan), 13:16
   Honora. see Field, Honora (Hayes)
   Howard, 45:36 fig, 45:39
   Jimmy, 15:12
   Margaret (Daly), 45:6 fig
   Michael, 13:16
   Thomas, 13:16
   Mrs., 25:21
Hays Converters, 39:63
Hays family, 45:4n3
Hayworth family, 36:14
Hazelgrove, A. J., 25:16
Hazel’s Stand, 42:32
Hazen family, 5:24
Healey
   family, 29:18, 30:27 fig, 31:33, 31:35
   Bridget, 30:24
   Catherine (Lipton), 30:24
   Daniel, 30:24, 30:26, 30:27 fig
   Doreen. see Murphy, Doreen (Healey)
   Dorothy, 30:24, 30:26, 30:27 fig, 30:29-30, 38:7, 44:36
   Edmond “Ned,” 30:24, 30:25, 30:25 fig
   Edward, 30:24
   Joe, 30:24, 30:25
   Maisie. see Cross, Maisie (Healey)
   Margaret “Peggy.” see Jorgensen, Margaret “Peggy” (Healey)
   Patrick, 30:24, 30:26, 30:27 fig
   Stanley, 30:24, 30:26, 30:26-30, 30:27 fig, 30:29 fig, 38:7, 44:36
Healey farm, 30:24-26, 30:25 fig, 30:26, 44:36 fig
Healey Lodge, 42:59 fig, 42:64
“Heat” (poem), 38:15-16
Hébert, Laurence, 41:31 fig
Heckman, Joseph William, 43:76 fig
Heeney
   Arnold Danford, 8:23
   William Bertal (Canon), 8:23-24, 10:9
Heggtveit, Bruce, 44:20 fig
Held, Julius, 39:15
Hellard, Harry, 1:13
Hellard’s hotel, 1:16 fig, 25:5
Hellard’s tavern, 1:13
Hellard Road, 1:12-13, 6:20, 27:39
Hellgate (part of ski trail), 39:41
Hematite (village), 10:16, 41:48-49, 41:57
Hemlockhead (cottage). see Lochhead cottage
hemp (crop), 9:7, 9:9
Hemphill, Samuel, 27:4
Hempill, L. O., 46:61 fig
Henderson
   Janet, 42:81n1
   Judson Pulford “J. P.,” 31:8, 35:17
Hendrick
   family, 2:9, 2:15, 7:7, 11:11, 23:5, 32:6
   Gertrude (White), 39:71, 44:87
   Gordon, 32:4 fig, 32:8
   Joe, 39:68
   John, 22:1, 39:37
   Leo, 32:3, 39:72
   Martin, 31:31
   Vincent, 22:1-2, 36:18-20, 39:71-72, 44:87
Hendrick Park, 23:43
Heney Lake, 44:39, 44:44
Hennessey, Frank, 26:37-39, 26:38
Henry
   Eva. see Desjardins, Eva (Henry)
   Frances. see Thompson, Frances (Henry)
   Kevin, 21:32-33
   Muriel (McLaughlin), 21:32
Henwood, Robert, 24:18, 24:20
Hepburn, Archdeacon, 25:26
Herbert, Ivan, 26:4, 27:14-15, 27:18
Herd
   Alfred, 29:8
   Bertha. see Larcher, Bertha (Herd)
   Bobby, 29:8
   Florence, 29:8
Heritage Canada Foundation, 30:2
Heritage Character Statement, 42:46, 42:51
Heritage Committee (La Pêche), 33:31
Heritage Hall (Low), 35:1, 35:3
hermit, 14:11-14, 39:22, 39:27 fig, 39:27-30
Hermit Road/Trail, 43:77, 43:79, 43:80, 43:80 fig, 43:93
“The Hermit” (poem), 14:13-14, 39:30
Herridge
   family, 29:18
   Marjorie, 11:4, 43:38, 43:40-42, 43:41 fig
   William, 42:49
   William Duncan, 30:25, 30:27, 42:41
   William Thomas (Rev.), 11:13, 43:38, 44:58n3
Herridge property, 39:2 fig, 39:21, 39:26 fig
   purchase of by FDC, 42:43
Herridge cottage, 44:58, 44:61
Herridge Lodge, 29:18, 30:24, 30:25, 30:27-28
Herron, Adrienne, 35:23, 46:65 fig
Hesse, Christa, 8:10
Hetherington
   family, 19:31-32
   pronunciation of, 19:31, 42:39
   Alva “Alvy,” 19:31, 19:32-33, 19:33, 19:34
   Charlotte (Clements), 19:31-32
   George, 19:31, 19:33-35, 19:34 fig, 44:34 fig
   Harriet (Meech), 19:31
   . see also Harrington, Harriet (Meech)
   Isaac, 19:31-33
   John, 19:31-32, 42:40
   Joseph, 19:31, 19:32-33, 42:39-40
   Lucy (Benedict), 19:31
   Mary. see Kenny, Mary (Hetherington)
   Mary Ann (Moss), 19:33
   Wesley, 19:31-33
   Mr., 7:17
   . see also Harrington
Hetherington farm, 19:31-35, 19:32 fig
Hétu
   E., 32:8
   J., 32:8
Hewitt, Godfrey, 39:15
Hewson
   Jean (Cross), 41:31
   John “Jack,” 41:30-36, 41:32 fig
Heyworth, John, 1:8
Heyworth Creek, 19:33
Hickey
   family, 35:2, 45:32
   John, 13:15
   Kate, 17:36
   Sherman, 42:26
Hicks
   Alan, 14:19
   H. (Mr.), 8:10
Hieronymous Waits (exhibition), 42:97 fig
Higgins
   Edward, 13:14
   Jean, 29:26
High Falls, 27:29, 27:31
High Lake, 21:23
High Rock phosphate mine, 24:21, 27:31
High Street (Chelsea), 14:2
Highland Fling (part of ski trail), 39:41
Highland Trail, 39:41
Highway 11
   cottages on, 21:4
   and flooding of Gatineau River, 9:11, 25:3, 40:53
   as gravelled road, 18:21
   landslide, 29:34
   police on, 8:21
   routing of, 26:25
   St. Joseph Blvd. and, 19:4
   in winter, 1:13, 17:11
Highway 105
   1973 washout, 45:96
   clay banks near, 17:7
   as macadamized road, 19:28, 25:3
   map of, 37:32 fig
   St. Joseph Blvd. and, 29:41
   Tenaga and, 42:20-21
   in winter, 17:11
Highway 107, 30:35, 30:38, 30:40
Highway 307, 24:29, 24:30, 40:60, 40:74, 41:40, 41:70, 41:Front cover fig
   . see also Cantley Road
Hill
   Catherine. see Hudson, Catherine (Hill)
   J. M., 46:61 fig
   J. R., 46:61 fig
   Jack, 46:59
   Shuldham, 39:39 fig
   Dr., 5:21
   Mr., 10:2
Hill property, 39:2 fig, 39:26 fig
Hillary
   Elizabeth (McGillivray), 42:65 fig, 42:67
   Kathleen, 42:67 fig
Hillsden Hotel, 7:26, 25:5
Hilton
   Esther. see Haycock, Esther (Hilton)
   William, 10:19
Hincks Township, 3:22, 9:8-9, 12:10, 37:35
   . see also Lac Ste-Marie; Ryanville
Hiscocks, Richard D., 34:9, 34:12
Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada, 36:9
Historical Society of Ottawa, 7:13
   . see also Women’s Canadian Historical Society of Ottawa
Historical Society of the Gatineau. see Gatineau Valley Historical Society
History of Wakefield Village, 21:29
   quoted, 12:17, 14:16, 18:27
HMCS Gatineau, 21:28
Hoare
   family, 44:7
   Alicia, 44:29 fig
   Catherine
Alicia (Cowan), 44:3, 44:29 fig, 44:34 fig
   Sheila. see Thomson, Sheila (Hoare)
   W.H.B. “Bill,” 44:3, 44:28, 44:29 fig, 44:37
Hobblety Lake, 15:14
Hobbs, Hillary, 8:8
hockey
   in Maniwaki, 15:32
   Silver Seven (hockey team), 19:29
Hodgins
   Brian, 31:13 fig
   Clarence, 25:14
   Cora (McCorkell), 31:12, 31:13 fig, 31:14
   Daryl, 31:13 fig
   Donald, 31:13 fig
   Stuart, 31:13 fig
Hodgson, Charles, 44:23 fig, 44:26 fig
Hogan
   family, 1:14, 37: iii
   Alfred, 6:20 fig, 23:25, 23:27, 41:39
   Bertha, 23:25
   Bill, 24:12
   Bridget (Bailey), 23:24
   Catherine, 23:25
   Cora, 23:27
   E., 44:43 fig
   Ellen (Doyle), 23:24, 37:37
   Harold, 23:25
   Jack, 37:40
   John, 23:24, 37:37, 45:23 fig
   Maggie, 37:37
   Margaret (Walsh), 23:24
   Marie (O’Boyle), 23:25
   Mary, 13:17
   Mary Ellen, 37:37
   Mervyn, 6:20, 23:27, 41:39-40, 41:41
   Patricia. see Trudeau, Patricia (Hogan)
   Patrick, 23:24
   property of, 23:25 fig
   Rita, 41:41
   Wilfrid, 23:25
Hogan house, 23:27 fig
Hogan property, 23:25 fig, 37:37
Hogan’s hotel, 37:37, 37:40
Hogan Road, 24:37
Hogan’s Swamp, 37:36 fig
Hogarth, Donald, 14:27, 41:46, 41:48, 41:50-51, 41:52 fig, 41:72
Holden, Sam, 2:8
Holdstock, Alfred Worsley, 26:33-35, 26:34 fig, 45:iv-v fig, 45:vi-viii, 46:2 fig
Holland Mills, 27:30
Hollow Glen, 27:18, 34:11, 34:18
   barns, 34:3 fig
   schools, 33:21
Holmes
   Alice. see McClelland, Alice (Holmes)
   Bridget Mary. see Fleming, Bridget Mary (Holmes)
   Catherine “Ketta” Timlin (O’Boyle), 45:7 fig, 45:7 fig -8, 45:10 fig
   Cletus, 41:27
   Curly John, 41:25
   Elizabeth. see Darby, Elizabeth (Holmes), 10:16
   Margaret. see Fleming, Margaret (Holmes); Mulcahy, Margaret (Holmes)
   Patsy, 41:25
   Philip, 41:28
   Stephen, 24:30
   William, 24:29, 24:31, 36:6, 36:8, 36:8n1, 36:8n2, 45:10
Holstein Friesian Association of Canada, 19:15
Holt, Bertha (Wilson), 1:4, 2:11
Holy Ghost Fathers. see Congregation of the Holy Ghost
Holy Trinity Anglican Cemetery, 32:22
Holy Trinity Anglican Church (Lascelles), 11:20, 32:22
Home Children, 31:38
“Home to Beattie Point” (poem), 42:37
“Homestead” (house), 12:17
Homesteaders Act, 18:8
Honegger, Eunice, 45:69 fig
honey production, 34:22-23, 34:32, 36:39-40
honeybees, 36:29 fig, 36:32-42, 36:33 fig, 36:33n3, 36:35 fig, 36:Front cover fig
   . see also beekeeping
Honeywell
   Bert, 42:32
   Hazel, 42:32
Hood
   family, 42:6 fig
   Clive, 42:8 fig
Hoodless, Adelaide, 21:24, 21:25 fig
Hood’s Sarsaparilla, 45:21 fig, 45:24, 45:24n5
Hoolihan, Mr., 17:2
hoopskirt door, 13:5 fig, 13:7
Hoover, Mrs., 33:14
Hopbach, Werner, 33:1
Hope
   Ethel (Penman), 7:17, 8:19, 42:44
   John, 7:17
Hope Bay (Meech Lake), 8:18
Hope’s Hill, 13:8
Hopkins, Melanie (Grant), 46:64 fig
Hopper
   A. E., 42:17
   William D., 19:30
hops ( humulus lupulus)
   in bread making, 16:22, 19:38, 41:92
   on McClelland farm, 41:92 fig, 41:92-93
Horner, Ruth, 44:38
Hors Série (exhibition), 42:93
Hors Série (exhibition), 42:94 fig
Horsdal, Paul, 11:14, 29:23
horse scows, 3:9 fig, 19:39
horses
   Gold Note Stock Farm, 38:29-31
   importance of in farming, 45:19-20 fig
   racing, 38:29-30
   transportation, 12:8-9
   use
of in dam building, 21:40-41
   use of in logging, 15:9-13, 15:10 fig, 15:13 fig, 23:33
Horseshoe Bay
   aerial photo of, 41:3 fig
   booms at, 40:68-69
   flooding and, 29:35
   glass slide image of, 40:Back cover fig
   . see also Foley Bay
Horseshoe Falls, glass slide images of, 45:64 fig - 66 fig
horseshoes, 17:16
Hospital Women’s Auxiliary, 21:27
hostels
   about, 19:2
   Kingsmere, 19:1, 19:4, 32:1
   Luskville, 19:1, 19:4
   Ottawa, 19:3
   Ste. Cécile de Masham, 19:1, 19:6
hot springs, 41:41
Hotel du Lac, 18:27
hotels, 7:26, 25:5-6, 26:17-19
   bylaws, 26:17
   Alpengruss Motel and Restaurant (Wakefield), 42:60, 42:57 fig
   Avalon, 8:22, 37:17
   Beaver (Chelsea), 7:26, 25:5
   Black Sheep Inn, 23:7, 31:8, 32:25, 39:60
       .see also Château Diotte; Chateua Pearson Hotel
   Brennan’s Hill, 10:11, 23:12
   Brooks’s, 7:22, 7:23, 7:26, 16:1, 25:5, 40:29
   Carroll’s Saloon, 10:11
   Cates’s, 26:19
   Cecil (Ottawa), 5:21, 6:25
   Château Diotte, 9:4, 25:8, 25:8 fig
   Chateau Pearson, 39:60
   Chelsea, 27:21
   Clark’s, 11:24
   Cowden (Kirk’s Ferry), 7:26, 25:5
   Cross’s, 25:19
   Dean’s, 3:15 fig, 3:15-16, 11:12, 13:5-7, 26:18, 43:30
   Dorion’s (Bytown), 3:13
   Dunn’s, 1:10, 11:12, 13:6, 26:18, 26:19 fig, 27:21, 28:2, 43:28 fig, 43:28-29
   Earle’s, 18:27, 25:7-8
   Edmond’s, 8:21
   Fairy/Ferry Hotel, 1:13, 14:2
   Farrell’s, 3:17, 11:24, 40:30
   Fitzpatrick House, 11:19-20
   Gleneagle Inn, 32:32n3
   Gracefield, 32:17
   Haveron’s (Venosta), 7:26, 25:5
   Hellard’s, 1:16 fig, 25:5
   Hillsden (Cascades), 7:26, 25:5
   Hogan’s, 37:37, 37:40
   Hotel du Lac, 18:27
   Ironside, 27:21
   Iroquois (Kazabazua), 7:26, 25:5
   Island View House, 6:25
   Kazabazua, 7:26, 25:5, 33:2
   Kingsbury’s, 26:17, 26:17n1, 26:18n2
   Lnwarn Lodge, 5:26, 25:7
   McAllister’s, 1:13, 12:17, 14:2, 25:5, 25:Cover, 25:Cover fig
   McCaffrey’s (Farrellton), 7:26, 13:16, 25:5
   McCluskey’s, 11:24
   McSweeney’s, 13:6
   Marks’s, 40:30, 40:30 fig
   Meech Lake House, 10:5, 10:5 fig, 25:6 fig, 25:6-7, 25:6n1, 27:20
   Moore’s (North Wakefield), 2:4 fig, 7:26, 25:5, 40:27, 40:31
   Murphy’s, 29:24, 39:26 fig, 39:32
   O. & G. House (Chelsea), 7:26, 25:5
   Old Chelsea, 43:27-32
   O’Neil[l]’s, 1:12, 1:23, 5:25 fig, 13:16, 26:17
   Paugan Inn, 3:22, 8:15, 25:3, 46:46 fig
   Peerless Hotel, 1:6 fig, 3:23, 7:26, 25:5, 25:7, 27:39, 31:33, 46:59, 46:62 fig
   Pickanock (Gracefield), 7:26, 21:18, 25:6, 40:29
   Riverside (Wakefield), 7:26, 25:5
   Rowan’s (Blue Sea Lake), 7:26, 25:6
   Royal (Chelsea), 7:26, 25:5
   St. Jacques (Gracefield), 7:26, 25:6
   Stage (Aylwin), 7:26, 25:5-6
   Sweeney’s, 43:30
   . see also Donovan’s Store; Épicerie générale du parc; Fiset’s depanneur; Murphy’s store; Parkway General Store
   Temperance (Aylwin), 25:5-6
   Thomas’s, 14:19
   Tip Top Inn, 46:59, 46:62, 46:63 fig
   Tom Moore’s, 2:4 fig, 40:27 fig, 40:31
   Tulip Valley Motel, 4:2, 39:60
   La Vallée, 39:60
   Venosta, 37:19-20
   Victoria (Gracefield), 7:26, 25:6
   Wakefield Inn, 7:26, 9:13, 18:27-30, 18:29 fig, 22:3, 25:5, 25:8, 27:21, 36:39, 46:56 fig
   Wakefield Temperance Hotel, 25:8, 25:33, 27:22
   Wattsford’s, 39:32
   Whittaker’s, 5:23, 13:6, 43:31
   Wilson’s, 25:1
   . see also boarding houses; guest houses; stopping places; summer hotels; temperance hotels
house parties, 31:12, 31:33
Houston
   A. C., 19:45
   James, 40:66
Howard family, 11:14
Howard property, 39:2 fig
Howe, Mrs., 33:15
Hubert’s store, 15:31
Huddle, Diane, 23:5
Hudon, Jack, 25:30
Hudson
   family, 6:17, 37: iv, 37:15
   Alice (Lee), 29: Cover fig, 29:1, 29:3 fig, 29:6-8, 29:7 fig, 29:8 fig
   Arthur Bartlett, 37:9, 37:14
   Arthur Gavin, 37: iv, 37:9-15, 37:11 fig, 37:14 fig
   Catherine (Hill), 37:9
   Deidamia (Church), 37:9
   Edith, 2:2
   Elsie (Fairbairn), 28:21
   Frank, 29:6-8, 29:7 fig
   Gail, 29:6-8
   Helen (Fairbairn), 28:21
   Helen Gertrude. see Meredith, Helen Gertrude (Hudson)
   Henry, 28:21
   Janet, 10:4
   John, 36:39, 42:17
   Josephus, 9:25, 10:22, 17:26, 26:12, 37:9
   Nancy, 29:8
   Samuel, 2:2, 29:6
   Thomas, 37:9
   William, 28:21
   Mr., 7:17
Hudson family cottage, 37:9-15, 37:10 fig
Hudson’s Bay Company, 21:3, 40:29
   at Maniwaki, 8:14, 12:18, 15:30
Hughes
   Carol, 33:13, 46:63 fig
   Emily, 46:63 fig
   James (Rev.), 5:18, 7:2, 7:6n3, 36:6, 43:32
   John, 45:21
   RJ “Bob,” 27:2-3, 27:6, 32:15, 33:14 fig, 33:30, 45:91 fig, 45:101 fig, 46:59, 46:63 fig, 46:65 fig
Hughson
   John, 34:43, 40:40, 46:14-15
   John W., 40:40
   Ward C., 34:43, 40:40-41
Hull (family)
   John, 4:2
   Sarah (Earle), 4:2
       . see also Cross, Sarah (Earle)
   Sarah (Wright), 4:2
Hull (family) property, 42:6 fig
Hull
   boundaries of, 19:12, 19:16
   doctors, 12:3-4
   fire of 1900, 5:18-22, 17:23, 19:17, 25:31
   Great Fire of 1870, 32:10-12
   incorporation of, 2:9
   movies on Sunday, 19:6
   naming of, 14:1
   post offices, 17:23, 17:25, 17:28
   settlers, 4:24
   volunteer fire brigade, 32:12
   . see also Wright’s Village; Wrightville
Hull (Township), 3:10, 40:46n1
   allocation of land in, 36:3n3, 36:8n2
   boundaries of, 26:10-11
   Brigham family in, 4:24
   divisions, 5:14
   Enright family in, 32:15
   Great Fire of 1870, 32:14
   Hetherington family in, 19:31
   land petitions, 36:1-8
   map of, 36:2 fig
   plan of, 36:2, 36:3 fig
   Reid family in, 1:15
   settlement of, 1:7, 9:6-9
   Simmons family in, 18:11
   Wright family in, 3:2
Hull and Templeton Militia, 1:7
Hull and Wakefield Macadamized Road Company (HWMRC), 19:27-28
Hull Attraction Company, 14:28
Hull Bus Company, 26:20, 34:14
Hull City Transport, 28:40, 37:25
Hull Electric Company, 10:13, 28:39
Hull Intermediate School, 40:47, 40:48 fig
Hull Iron Mine, 12:16
Hull Mining Company, 12:16, 19:16-17
Hull-Wakefield Steam Train, 23:4, 23:6, 23:46, 29:30
   . see also steam trains
Humphrey, Jack, 39:15
Hunt, Austin Jr., 44:95 fig
Hunter, Edith, 5:22
hunting, 21:22 fig
   game books, 21:22-23
Hupé
   Evelyn, 41:40
   Joe, 41:40
Hupé’s Mill, 24:33
Hurdman (lake), 15:9
Hurdman’s Lumber Yard, 5:19
Hurling Down the Pine, 46:14-15, 46:19-23
Hurst, Ricki, 46:97
Hutchinson, Lee, 35:23
Hyde
   Carry. see Clarke, Carry (Hyde)
   Ernest “Ernie,” 8:8-10
   George, 8:8, 31:38
   Hattie, 20:10
   James, 42:3, 42:4-5
   Jennie, 8:8
   Jessie. see Waterston, Jessie (Hyde)
   Lise, 45:70 fig
   Mildred, 8:8
   Veneta (Stevenson), 8:8
Hyde Farm, 4:5
hydroelectric plants
   Alie’s, 21:19
   Blackburn Creek, 41:30-36, 41:31 fig, 41:33 fig
   design of, 41:32
   F. T. Cross, 14:16, 31:35, 41:31
   Gatineau River, 21:35-44
   as industrial heritage sites, 21:43-44
   MacLaren’s, 35:11
   Paugan Falls, 45:26
   powerhouse in operation, 41:34 fig
Hydro-Québec
   control of dams by, 9:15
   and flooding of Gatineau River, 6:8, 9:10-12
   and Gatineau Power Company, 41:9n1
   industrial heritage and, 21:43-44
   and rebuilding of Gendron Bridge, 23:46-47
   takeover of Alie plant, 21:19
   transmission lines, 19:24
   . see also Gatineau Power Company
Hydro-Québec beach, 41:3 fig, 41:5, 41:7
Hyland
   family, 11:14
   Mr., 11:13
Hyndman
   Anna. see McCorkell, Anna (Hyndman)
   Arthur, 31:13 fig
   Brydie. see Ladouceur, Brydie (Hyndman)
   Elizabeth (Hyndman), 31:11
   Ethel Marion (Davies), 37:42
   James Duncan, 37:42
   Joan (Blakslee), 37:45-46
   Margot. see Mann, Margot (Hyndman)
   Mary (Duchak), 31:13 fig
   Robert Stewart (artist), 26:39, 37:42 fig, 37:42-50, 37:47 fig, 37:48 fig, 45:102
       art instructor, 37:46-47
       awards, 37:48-49
       caricatures, 37:45
       murals, 37:45-46, 37:49-50
       “Old Studio,” 37:47
       political cartoonist, 37:46
       portrait of Bob Phillips, 30:5
       war artist, 37:44-45
   William John, 31:11
hyperbolic parabaloid (hypar) roof, 43:85, 43:95 fig