Kingston Historical Society
P.O. Box 54
Kingston, Ontario


Donate Now Through!

Copyright (c)
Kingston Historical Society
Kingston Historical Society, est. 1893



The Kingston Historical Society is pleased to present a number of articles on Kingston, its people and places.  For those interested in the general history of Kingston, please proceed to Kingston History and Images.  Occasional papers on specific aspects of Kingston history may be found in our Write On Kingston! series.  And no history of Kingston would be complete without a look at this city's most famous resident, Sir John A. Macdonald. You can reach any of the specific articles by clicking on the links below:

Kingston History and Images

            Col. John Bradstreet at Fort Frontenac
            Chronology of the History of the Kingston Region
            Bibliography of Kingston History
            Postcards from the Past
            KHS History

Write On Kingston!

         Margaret Agnes
         1886 Daily Whig - The City As It Was
         Kingston's Chateau Rideau
         Macdonald's Invisible Lady
         Agnes Machar
         Kingston’s Train Round House

Sir John A. Macdonald

         Sir John A. Macdonald's Kingston
Annual Sir John A. Macdonald Anniversary Dinner
            Honouring the Memory of Sir John A. Macdonald: a Brief History of the Commemorative Services on June 6th