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Packet and Weekly Commercial Gazette, 20:12
Padden
   Thomas, 41:50, 43:32
   Mr., 11:3
Padden Road, 4:23, 4:24, 11:12, 14:2, 28:6
“Padden’s Hill and Bridge at Lower Shanty” (sketch), 41:50 fig
Paddle to the Sea (film), 38:42
Padlock Act, 19:7n3
Pageau, Mr., 41:71
Pakinawatik
   Luc-Antoine, 4:16, 40:2-3
   Chief, 10:8, 16:24
Palmer
   Elizabeth, 18:38
   Elizabeth “Liz,” 31:15, 31:20
   John, 31:15, 31:20
Panet
   family, 11:14
   Antoine de Lotbinière, 36:13
Panet property, 39:2 fig, 39:22
Panic of 1873, 40:39, 40:39n13
   . see also Long Depression
Pankiw, Bonnie, 36:41
Papineau, Lac. see Lac Papineau
Papineau, Louis-Joseph, 19:7
Paradise Valley, 26:22
Parallel Ski School, 29:25
Parc Mary-Anne-Phillips, 29:42, 30:4, 40:66
   E. Champagne (tugboat) at, 41:1, 41:10-11
Paré, Dan, 42:59 fig
Parent
   family, 8:19
   Loane, 40:74
   Lucie, 40:74
   Marc-Antoine, 40:74
   Philippa, 40:74
   Sacha, 40:74
Park, Dave, 45:70 fig
Parks, Mary. see Willson, Mary (Parks)
Parkway General Store, 13:6, 26:20, 28:7, 32:2, 43:30, 45:92, 46:51 fig, 46:54 fig
   . see also Donovan’s Store; Épicerie générale du parc; Fiset’s depanneur; Murphy’s store; Sweeney’s Hotel
Parliament, electing members of, 18:5-6
Parliament Buildings (Ottawa)
   construction of, 10:19, 18:6
   fire in, 31:6, 31:7 fig
   stone used in, 2:15, 7:7
   view of, 19:8
Parr, Emma Louise “Louie.” see Smart, Emma Louise “Louie”
Parson
   Charles Edmund, 40:18-22, 40:21 fig, 40:24-31
   Edward Avery, 40:20, 40:20 fig
   George William, 40:20, 40:20 fig
   Leroy Stillman, 40:20
   Lizzie Janet (Avery), 40:20, 40:21 fig
   Ruth Laura “Birdie,” 40:18 fig, 40:18-20, 40:20 fig, 40:24-31
       diary, 40:28 fig
Parson residence, 40:19 fig
Parson & Co., 40:21
Parson & Smith, 40:19, 40:21
   letterhead, 40:22 fig
Parson Brothers, 40:19-20
Partington
   Gail, 45: 69 fig-70 fig
   John, 45: 69 fig-70 fig
Parton
   Bessie, 6:11
   James, 6:11
   Richard, 6:11
   Thomas, 6:11
   Mrs., 6:11
Partridge, Stefanie, 36:41
passenger boats, 13:12-13
Patenaude, Roland, 27:15
patent medicines, 18:15
Patry
   family, 26:29-30
   André, 38:34
   Jules, 35:10
   Lyne, 45:101 fig
Patry’s store, 35:10
Patterson
   family, 11:14
   Bob, 29:25
   Caroline (Heinrich), 41:19, 41:21
   Edgar, 41:19-20
   Elizabeth, 41:21
   George, 16:20, 37:33
   Homer, 16:20
   James, 41:18-19
   John, 41:19-21
   Laura, 41:20-21
   Mary Anne, 41:21
   Mary Jane (Smith), 41:18, 41:21
   Maude. see Farmer, Maude (Patterson)
   Mildred, 41:19
   Phyllis, 25:17
   William, 16:20
   Mrs., 16:20, 25:26
Patterson house, 16:20-21
Patterson’s cow crossing, 15:33
Patterson farm, 41:19 fig, 42:29
Patterson’s General Store, 14:17, 14:19, 16:20, 26:12
Patterson’s stage coach, 11:20
Patterson Road, 41:21
Patterson’s Point, 16:19
Patteson
   Godfroy, 11:4-6, 11:9, 11:14, 18:1, 19:10, 20:15, 20:18
   Joan, 11:4-6, 11:8, 11:9, 11:14, 18:1, 18:2, 18:4, 19:10, 20:15, 20:17, 20:18
   John C., 18:1, 18:2
Patton, George, 34:21 fig
Paugan Dam
   built on bedrock, 29:41
   construction of, 6:23, 10:13, 17:10, 17:37 fig, 21: Front cover, 21:44 fig, 21:Cover fig
   cost of building, 12:12, 21:38-40
   crossing of, 17:38, 18:v, 22:4
   farmers and, 8:6
   and flooding of Gatineau River, 9:12, 17:36-39, 37:31, 37:33-34
   power transmission line from, 21:36-37
   prosperity resulting from, 45:26
   and rebuilding of Gendron Bridge, 23:46-47
   refurbishment of, 21:43-44
   signficance of, 40:42
   transmission line from, 21:36-37
Paugan Falls, 5:23, 6:23, 16:1, 21:36, 37:31, 45:54 fig - 56 fig
Paugan Falls Canoe Works, 29:27-29
Paugan Hill, 29:25
Paugan Inn, 3:22, 8:15, 25:3, 46:46 fig
Paugan keep-over, 15:18
The Paugan Falls (painting), 42:72 fig
Paul Allen Memorial Trophy, 34:16
Pawley
   family, 26:4, 26:5-6
   Cathy, 26:4, 31:20
   Kim, 26:4
Pawley Road, 29:42
Payne
   Cyril, 31:33, 31:35, 31:37, 31:38-40, 31:39 fig
   Gladys (Cross), 31:30 fig, 31:30-40, 31:39 fig
       journal, 31:30-40, 31:33 fig
Peacock, Doug, 29:25
Pearse, Bob, 10:2
Pearson
   descendants, 38:Back cover fig
   family at Harrington Lake, 38:5-8
   great-grandchildren, 38:13 fig
   Anne, 38:6 fig, 38:7, 38:7 fig, 38:10
   Doris Louise (Gorges), 7:14
   Fred, 38:11
   Geoffrey, 38:1-6, 38:4 fig, 38:6 fig, 38:9-11, 38:Back cover fig, 44:95, 44:95 fig, 44:100, 46:74
   Harry A., 7:14
   Hilary, 38:4 fig, 38:6 fig, 38:7, 38:7 fig, 38:9
   Katharine, 38:4 fig, 38:6 fig, 38:7, 38:7 fig, 38:11
   Landon (Mackenzie)
       at Burnett, 38:3-6, 38:9-10
       and family, 38:6 fig, 38:Back cover fig
       Mary Macdonald and, 44:93-94, 44:97 fig, 44:99 fig
   Landon (Mackenzie, Lochhead painting and, 46:74
   Lester Bowles “Mike”
       Bob Phillips and, 30:2
       with family, 38:6 fig, 38:7 fig
       funeral, 38:11-12, 38:12 fig
       grave at MacLaren Cemetery, 5:10, 37:3
       at Harrington Lake, 38:Front cover fig
       letter to Barry Wilson, 37:5, 37:6 fig
       Mary Macdonald and, 44:91, 44:93-94, 44:94 fig, 44:100-101
       Nobel Peace Prize, 38:2, 38:4
       and ruins at Kingsmere, 11:5
       Smart family and, 44:59
       Stan Healey and, 30:30
   Maryon (Moody), 38:1-12, 38:6 fig, 38:11, 44:94 fig
   Michael, 38:6 fig, 38:7, 38:7 fig, 38:9-10
   Patricia L. see Hannah, Patricia L. (Pearson)
Pearson cottage at Burnett, 38:10 fig, 38:Back cover fig
Pearson flag, 37:3 fig
peaveys, 15:3, 15:36, 34:41-42
Pe[s]che Mills, 35:15
   . see also MacLaren’s grist mill
Peck, Joey, 12:12
Peel Street, 14:2
Peerless Hotel
   1898 listing of hotels, 7:26, 25:5
   party at, 31:33
   photo ca 1919, 46:62 fig
   pre-1927, 1:6 fig
   summer visitors at, 46:59
   Wilson family and, 3:23, 25:7, 27:39
Peggy Brewin Cooperative Nursery School, 42:91
Peifer, Mary. see Tenasco, Mary (Peifer)
Pelissier, Ed, 14:25
Pelissier, Lac. see Lac Pelissier
Pelissier caves, 10:11, 14:25
Pelissier post office, 17:29
Pelletier
   family, 8:19
   David, 19:18, 19:21
   Gilles, 19:20
   Pat, 19:21n14
   Susan, 19:21
   Dr., 12:4
Pembroke Electric Company, 15:22
Pemichangan, Lac/Lake. see Lac/Lake Pemichangan
Pendleton Aerodrome, 34:7, 34:12
Penguin Hill, 39:41
Penguin parking lot, 26:21, 26:22, 34:14
Penguin Picnic Field, 26:22, 39:41
Penman, Ethel. see Hope, Ethel (Penman)
Pennie
   Archie, 22:11 fig, 26:31 fig, 30:34 fig, 31:24 fig, 31:25 fig
   Barbara, 23:23, 26:31
   Patsy, 23:21 fig
   Sheena, 20:42 fig
“Pennies for Palliative Care,” 46:100
Pennock, Earl, 9:3
pensions, 20:38-39
Percy
   Dorothy, 42:31 fig
   Louise. see Beattie, Louise (Percy)
Perguatina (Eardley Escarpment), 46:4-5
Perkins
   E. J. “Perk,” 32:2-3
   Lyman, 24:11-12
Perkins axes, 20:41
Perkins Mills, 28:36, 28:41
Perley, W. G., 23:29
Perras, Jean, 36:26
Perras railway station, 24:44
Perrault
   Jean-Baptiste, 46:1
   Pierre, 35:32
Perrier, Daniel, 39:71 fig
Perron, Colette, 18:38
Perry, B., 32:8
Pettapiece, Hubert, 33:1-2
Pew, Ethel, 21:20
Pfeiffer, Harold, 43:62
Pharand, J. Arthur, 19:30
Philemon Island, 9:16-17
Philemon Wright High School
   current photo of, 44:56 fig
   first year challenges of, 44:46-57, 44:48 fig, 44:49 fig-50 fig, 44:53 fig-54 fig
   first yearbook, 44:49 fig
   location of, 44:49-50, 44:57 fig
Philippe
   Émile, 31:11
   Florence (Ramsay), 31:11
Philippe, Lac. see Lac Philippe
Phillips
   grandchildren of Bob and Mary Anne, 30:5
   Brigid. see Janssen, Brigid (Phillips)
   Jennifer, 30:5, 40:63 fig, 40:64, 40:74
   Margaret, 30:5, 40:63 fig, 40:74
   Mary Anne (Cochrane), 30:2, 30:5, 40:59, 40:61 fig, 40:62 fig, 40:63 fig, 40:66, 40:74
   Robert A.J. “Bob,” 10:10, 11:8-9, 23:7, 23:47, 30: Cover fig, 30:1 fig, 30:1-5, 30:3 fig, 40:58-74, 40:61 fig, 40:62 fig, 40:73 fig, 41:72n2, 41:75-76
   Roy, 38:22
   Mrs., 11:8-9
Phillips property, 38:23 fig, 40:75 fig
Phillips Island, 27:38n10, 40:66
phlogopite, 24:21
   . see also mica mines
Phoenix, Harry, 29:32
phosphate mines
   Buckingham, 24:16-17, 24:21, 24:24, 27:31
   Chelsea, 25:34-40, 25:37 fig
   closing of, 24:21
   Gatineau-Lièvre region, 10:16, 24:26 fig
   location of, 25:35 fig, 25:37 fig
   McGregor Lake, 24:22
   Ottawa County, 41:Back cover fig
   ownership of, 25:32
   Poltimore, 27:31
   West Hull (municipality), 25:31-43
phosphate prices, 25:41
phosphoric acid, 24:27
Phosphoric Acid Reduction Plant, 2:20 fig, 2:21
phosphorus production, 24:24-28
phosphorus sesquisulphide, 24:27
photography, aerial, 27:33-40, 27:34 fig
   equipment used in, 27:37-38
Pic II (tugboat), 41:14 fig
Picard family, 35:3
Piché
   Alain, 36:41
   Dawn, 35:20, 42:92, 45:69 fig
   Maggie. see Wills, Maggie (Piché)
   René, 45:69 fig
Pickanock, 26:37-38, 40:29
   . see also Gracefield; Pikonok; Wright
Pickanock Inn, 7:26, 21:18, 25:6, 40:29
Pickanock/Picanoc River, 10:14
Pickersgill, J. W., 20:21
Pierce, Alfie, 6:22
Pierce’s ferry, 6:22
Pigeon, Peter, 15:32
Piggott, David, 24:26
Pigott
   Arthur, 16:3 fig
   David, 16:3 fig
   Jean, 16:3 fig
   John, 16:3 fig
   Mary Jane, 16:3 fig
Pike property, 39:26 fig
Pike Lake, 24:34
Pike Lake Road, 11:22, 29:44
pike poles, 15:3, 15:36
Pikonok
   Dixon painting of, 43:21 fig, 43:22 fig, 43:23 fig
   . see also Pickanock/Picanoc
Pillai, Judy, 45:80 fig, 45:82 fig
Pilon
   family, 35:3, 45:34
   Bill, 46:43
Pinard, Fay, 41:15
Pinault, Art, 8:22-23
Pinault Hill, 26:23
Pinchback
   Carrie (York), 8:3
       . see also James, Carrie (York)
   John, 8:3
pine corner, 15:21, 15:36
Pine Hill, 8:22-23
Pine Loop Road, 1:4, 4:2, 4:5, 39:63 fig
   . see also Cross Loop Road; Loop Road
Pine Road
   cottages, 37:14-15
   covered bridge, 20:1 fig
   Cowden Road and, 27:3
   Ditchfield family on, 21:13
   naming of, 4:2
   schools, 29:19, 32:33, 33:11, 33:11 fig, 33:11n1, 33:12-13
   trail to Herridge Lodge from, 30:24
   trail to Old Fox Farm Road from, 29:17
   Wakefield Walkers at, 42:56
Pinetor (cottage), 36:22, 46:95 fig, 46:96 fig
Pineview Restaurant, 29:27
Pinhey family, 5:21
Pink
   family, 11:3, 32:12
   Alexander, 19:16, 19:17-19
   Catherine (McGechan), 1:8
   Charles, 1:7-9, 1:8
   Emily (Olmstead), 19:19, 19:21
   Henry, 1:9
   Isabella. see McMaster, Isabella (Pink); Moffat[t], Isabella (Pink)
   Isabella (Currie), 1:8
   Isabelle (Link), 19:18-19
   James, 1:7-8, 32:12
   Jennie Maude, 19:18
   Margaret. see Larmour, Margaret (Pink)
   Mary (Elliott), 1:8, 19:18
   Samuel, 1:7-9, 19:18
   Thomas Samuel, 19:18-19
Pink family cemetery, 1:9, 18:20
Pink house, 19:16-23, 19:17-23, 19:20 fig, 19:22 fig
   renovations to, 19:20-23
Pink Lake
   camping at, 27:10
   Margaret Avison at, 40:32
   mica mine near, 18:17
   naming of, 1:9
   skiing at, 26:22
   Strutt family at, 43:92
Pink Lake Lodge, 26:22-23, 39:34-35
Pink Lake Road, 43:79
Pink Lake Ski Hill, 34:14
Pink Lake Trail, 26:22, 39:34
Pink Road, 1:9, 17:23, 18:11
Pinnacle (hill), 21:8
pioneer
   cooking, 2:23-24, 3:6
   life, 7:10-13, 10:23-25
   remedies, 2:23-24, 3:6, 3:23, 10:9
Pioneer Cemetery, Chelsea. see Chelsea Pioneer Cemetery
Pipe Dream (ski trail), 39:42
Piscatosine, Lake. see Lake Piscatosine
Piscatosine River, 23:18
pitchblende, 30:32
Place 1870, 31:34, 42:90
La Place des Artistes Farrellton (PAF), 42:99
Plaisance Provincial Park, 41:55
Plan for the National Capital, 30:15, 42:45
Pleasant Valley Farm, 41:18 fig, 41:18-21, 41:19-20 fig
ploughs, 11:25
Plummer, Christopher, 35:29
Plunket family, 45:3
Plunkett
   Bridget, 13:14
   Jack, 9:19
   Larry, 20:13
   Michael, 13:14
pneumonia, 12:3
Podehl
   Cordula, 35:21
   Martin, 31:21, 45:75
poems, 35:35-42
poignée-de-main, 4:19
Point Comfort, 26:28, 26:30
   furniture, 30:38
   Gatineau Fish and Game Club at, 31:23-24
   Gilmour and Company at, 31:27
   sawmill, 30:36-40, 30:37 fig
Pointe-Gatineau, 5:2-6, 5:5, 5:14, 5:16-17, 23:37
Pointe-Gatineau (Long Point Range), 46:9
pointer (boat), 2:10 fig, 13:9 fig, 15:3, 15:29 fig, 15:37
Poirier
   family, 24:31, 32:6
   Adelard “Moose,” 24:30n3, 24:34
   Eugene, 24:34
   Ron, 32:4 fig, 32:8
   W., 41:28
Poirier store, 15:31
Poitras, Aimé, 38:23
A Policy for Harrington Lake, Gatineau Park, 42:47
polio, 37:29
Polonsky
   Carol. see Froimovitch, Carol (Polonsky)
   Philip, 39:67 fig, 39:68
poltergeists, 10:9-10
Poltimore
   Fred Hamilton and, 32:27
   history of, 27:27-32
   map of, 27:27 fig
   origin of name, 27:30-31
   photo of, 27:30 fig
   telephone system, 3:19-20
Pomeray, John, 2:14
Pomeroy, John, 32:7 fig, 32:8
Pont Chenier (Farrellton), 6:23
Pontiac Bay Trading Post, 11:3
Pontiac County, 14:7
Pontiac Journal, 30:5
Pontiac Pacific Junction Railway, 6:2, 6:6, 17:2, 43:64
Poole
   family, 40:29
   Mary Ann, 40:29
   Nancy, 44:7n2
   Patricia. see Lochhead, Patricia (Poole)
   William, 40:29
Pooley, Henry, 26:33
portable sawmills, 15:19
Portage du Fort, tugboats at, 41:16 fig
portages in log drive, 15:27-28
Portland (Township), 27:28 fig, 27:29-30
post offices
   awarding of franchises, 25:2
   fires in, 17:31-33
   in Gatineau Valley, 17:25-26
   in Gatineau Valley by 1900, 17:34-35
   interior of, 17:34 fig
   . see also mail; postal service
postal regulations, 17:23, 17:26 fig
postal revenues, 17:28
postal service
   about, 17:25-36
   frequency of deliveries, 17:28
   history of, 17:25, 17:27-28
   letter rates, 17:27, 17:35
   . see also mail; post offices
postcard albums, 31:1-7, 31:2 fig, 31:4 fig, 31:7 fig
postmasters/postmistresses
   at Cantley, 40:60
   at Cascades, 31:33
   at Chelsea, 45:88
   Duclos (hamlet), 33:29, 34:27, 34:31-32, 34:31n12
   at Kingsmere, 27:10
   at Kirk’s Ferry, 20:24, 31:6, 40:54
   salary of, 17:24
   Simmons, 17:24
potash, 11:24
potassium chlorate production, 24:24-26
Potter
   Barbara, 23:10
   Michael, 36:22, 36:24 fig, 36:25
pottery studio, 42:89-102, 42:90 fig, 42:91 fig, 42:92 fig, 42:99 fig
Poulin, Father, 5:18, 7:3
Poultry Congress, 20:18
pound keeping, 26:15
Powell
   Bill, 23:20
   A. E., 46:61 fig
   A. W., 5:13
Power, Alice. see McGlashan, Alice (Power)
Powers, Peter, 24:18, 24:21
“practice pianos,” 39:5
Pratt, Maud. see Pritchard, Maud (Pratt)
Pratt Reid glider, 34:11 fig, 34:11-12
La première église Presbytérienne française de Masham, 33:25, 33:28 fig, 33:29, 33:34 fig, 34:31, 34:32
   model of, 33:26 fig, 33:Front cover fig
   service de réconciliation, 33:32 fig
Prendergast, Captain, 10:14
Prendergast Mills, 10:14
Prentiss
   family, 2:2-3, 40:26, 40:31
   Alice, 40:26
   George, 2:3, 29:6
   Howard B., 11:3, 11:10-11, 11:24, 40:26, 42:17
   Lottie, 2:3
   Nettie, 2:3
   Thomas Brigham, 12:16, 14:2
   Mrs., 2:2-3
Prentiss house, 2:2, 40:25 fig
Presbyterian manse, Wakefield, 42:80 fig
preserves, 41:91 fig, 41:91-92
pressing gangs, 31:32
Pretty, Harold, 36:21
Prevost, Father, 4:7
Price, Iola, 21:24
priests. see clergy
prime ministers of Canada, 16:4, 37:1 fig, 37:1-8
   . see also individual prime ministers
Prime Minister’s Residence Act, 42:49-50
Prince Albert Edward, visit to Canada, 42:13-14
Princess Louise Dragoons, 7:23, 7:25
Pritchard
   family, 2:13, 8:20-25, 11:18, 11:20, 28:24
   Andrew, 8:21-22, 12:3-4, 17:1, 26:26, 27:24-25, 27:25n1, 28:24, 28:27
   Ann. see Stevenson, Ann (Pritchard)
   Annie, 8:25
   Archie, 17:20
   Cal, 25:38n3
   Clara, 43:53 fig,
43:54-55
   Elizabeth Caroline. see Brown, Elizabeth Caroline (Pritchard)
   Frances Abigail. see Kenney, Frances Abigail (Pritchard)
   George, 20:13
   Gerald
Ian, 43:53 fig
   Hilda, 43:53 fig
   Ian, 43:57 fig
   Jack, 8:25
   James, 2:13, 12:17, 13:15, 20:5, 26:26, 27:25n1, 28:24
   James “Big Jim,” 3:20, 8:25, 12:3-4, 12:5, 32:24
   James N., 8:25
   Jane, 8:5
   Jane (Steenson), 43:54
   Joey, 20:13
   John, 28:24, 43:54
   Joseph, 13:15
   Joseph A., 43:53 fig, 43:53-54
   Judith. see Kenney, Judith (Pritchard)
   Judith (Ferguson), 8:25, 26:26, 27:25n1
   Lois, 43:57 fig
   Margaret, 8:5
   Margery. see Smith, Margery (Pritchard)
   Mary. see Irwin, Mary (Pritchard)
   Mary (Edey), 12:3-4
   Mary (Moncreiff), 28:24
   Maud (Pratt), 12:4
   Russell, 43:53 fig
   Dr., 13:20n15, 17:7
Pritchard house, 43:54 fig
Pritchard’s mills, 8:22, 27:24 fig, 28:24
Pritchard’s store, 26:26, 27:25, 28:24, 28:27
Pritchard & Andrews, 28:33
Pritchard Road, 9:18
prohibition
   in Chelsea, 26:18, 27:21, 32:29-32, 43:30
   in lumber camps, 27:23
   in Maniwaki, 15:32, 27:22
   petitions, 32:29 fig, 32:29-30, 32:31 fig
   in Wakefield, 27:21-22
Pronovost, Dean, 32:7 fig
Protestant Cemetery (Cantley). see Cantley United Cemetery
Proulx
   Alex, 18:33
   Edward, 24:12
   Godfroid, 4:15
   Joseph, 18:33
   Levi, 18:32-33
   Marguerite. see Sincennes, Marguerite (Proulx)
   Odile (Goyer dite Belisle), 33:39
   Paul, 18:32-33
   Sidonie. see Giroulx, Sidonie (Proulx)
   William, 33:39, 33:41
   Yvon, 23:49
   Mr., 18:31-34
   Mrs. (Gagnon), 18:34
Proulx dit Clément, Marguerite. see Sincennes, Marguerite (Proulx dit Clément)
Provincial Agronomist, 20:13
Provincial Department of Colonization, 20:3
Prud’homme
   family, 35:3, 45:34
   Alex, 26:12-13
Prud’homme farm, 35:27
Prud’homme Road, 6:20, 25:30, 41:59
Prum
   Chinda, 33:4
   Marya, 33:4
   Vanna, 33:4
   Vitia, 33:4
pulpwood business, 3:5, 15:12-13, 34:42
Purvis family, 42:6 fig
“Push, Pull and Jerk” (train), 17:2
Pyke, M. M., 11:13
Pythonga (tugboat), 41:15