TO THE SEVENTH GENERATION:
THE EVOLUTION OF THE FAMILY FARM IN CANADA 1823-2015
BY MARILYNN CROW
SATURDAY, MARCH 19TH 2016
2 TO 4 P.M.
IN THE BRAD WHITCOMBE ROOM
This book records the changes in farming practices, rural architecture
and the lives of farm women and men through two centuries.
The afternoon will include book signing, an introduction to the book
by the author at 3 p.m. and refreshments.
About the Society:
The Puslinch Historical Society was formed in 1984 to bring together those people interested in the heritage of Puslinch Township. They aim to promote interest in and the study of the heritage of Puslinch Township. To this end, the Society gathers and publishes historical information and undertakes a variety of publicity and public education programs. The Society also encourages the preservation of the historical, archaeological and architectural heritage of Puslinch Township.
The Society is non-profit and operated by volunteers. If you would like to get involved, please Contact Us. The Society regularly meets several times each year, with speakers addressing the membership on topics of local historical interest on occasion. Guests are always welcome at our events. You can view the Puslinch Historical Society’s Website by clicking here.