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This bibliography was written for An Illustrated Guide to Monuments, Memorials & Markers in the Kingston Area, published by the Kingston Historical Society. Publications on Kingston’s history are well covered; in addition, there are certain citations reflecting the general aspects of commemorative markers or the specific aspects of a particular marker.
The reader’s attention is particularly drawn to the annual publication of the Kingston Historical Society, Historic Kingston, “the most important of ongoing publications” and “a publication of impressive quality,” as characterized by Donald Swainson and Brian Osborne in Kingston: Building on the Past. Although the Kingston Historical Society published its Reports and Proceedings in 1923, it was not until 1952 that continuous publication of Historic Kingston began. The Society has published this journal, largely papers presented to the Society, on an annual basis since then. The first ten volumes (1952-1962) have been reprinted in one bound indexed volume - Historic Kingston (Belleville: Mika, 1974). To assist researchers, the volumes have been indexed at different stages: 1952-1972 (1973), 1973-1977 (1977), 1978-1985 (1985), 1986-1996 (1996). A partial list of the table of contents of Historic Kingston can be found on the Historic Kingston Table of Contents Page. Although selected articles have been listed below by author, there are many more on a variety of aspects of Kingston’s history. Past issues of Historic Kingston are available in various libraries such as the Kingston Public Library.
Allen 1992 Allen, M. Peter. “The Earliest Surveys in Frontenac County.” Historic Kingston 40 : 49-57.
Anderson 1963 Anderson, Allan J. The Anglican Churches of Kingston. Kingston: By the Author.
Angus 1966 Angus, Margaret. The Old Stones of Kingston: Its Buildings before 1867. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Angus 1967 Angus, Margaret. “Lord Sydenham’s One Hundred and Fifteen Days in Kingston.” Historic Kingston 15: 36-49.
Angus 1972 Angus, Margaret. “The Old Stones of Queen’s, 1842-1900.” Historic Kingston 20: 5-13.
Angus 1973a Angus, Margaret. Kingston General Hospital: A Social and Institutional History. Vol. I. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press.
Angus 1973b Angus, Margaret. “Portsmouth Village.” Historic Kingston 21: 37-49.
Angus 1981 Angus, Margaret. “Summerhill in the 19th Century: Its Uses and Users.” Historic Kingston 29: 122-136.
Angus 1984 Angus, Margaret. John A. Lived Here. Kingston: Frontenac Historic Foundation.
Angus 1991 Angus, Margaret. Cornerstones and Plaques, Queen’s History in Names. Kingston: Queen’s Alumni Association.
Angus 1992 Angus, Margaret. "Alwington House." Historic Kingston 40: 20-32.
Angus 1994 Angus, Margaret. Kingston General Hospital: A Social and Institutional History. Vol. II.Kingston: Kingston General Hospital.
Anonymous 1812 Anonymous. “The American Attack on Kingston, 10th November 1812 (from the Kingston Gazette).” Historic Kingston 6: 50.
Anonymous 1892 In Memoriam: Sir Alexander Campbell, KCMG, born March 9, 1822 died May 24, 1892. Toronto: n.p.
Anonymous 1950 Anonymous. “No Plaques on Monument of Sir John A. Macdonald to Tell of his Great Contribution to Canada.” Kingston Whig-Standard, 24 February 1950.
Anonymous 1956 Anonymous. “Documents: the Kingston Historical Society (from the Minute Book of the Society).” Historic Kingston 5: 46-48.
Anonymous 1957 Anonymous. “Documents: Excerpts from the Minute Book of the Kingston Historical Society.” Historic Kingston 6: 46-49.
Anonymous 1958 Anonymous. “Lieutenant-Colonel C.M. Strange.” Historic Kingston 7: 3-4.
Anonymous 1962 Anonymous. “Sir Oliver Mowat Plaque Dedicated.” Kingston Whig-Standard , 5 July 1962.
Arif 1976 Arif, Muhammad. History and Architecture, Village of Bath, Ontario: Buildings of Architectural and Historical Significance. Kingston: Queen’s University.
Bator 1997 Bator, Paul A. Ontario’s Heritage. Toronto: Ontario Heritage Foundation.
Bazely 1997 Bazely, Susan M. “Molly Brant: Koñwatsi’tsiaéñni: Who Was She Really?” Historic Kingston 45: 9-21.
Benedict 1997 Benedict, Ernie. “Koñwatsi’tsiaéñni, a Prayer.” Historic Kingston 45: 22.
Bennett 1981 Bennett, Carol and D.W. McCuaig. In Search of the K & P: The Story of the Kingston and Pembroke Railway. Renfrew, ON: Renfrew Advance.
Betts 1973 ed. G. Betts Kingston 300: A Social Snapshot. Kingston.
Bindon 1978 Bindon, Kathryn M. Queen's Men, Canada's Men: The Military History of Queen's University, Kingston. Kingston: Trustees of the Queen's University Contingent, Canadian Officers' Training Corps.
Boss and Patterson 1995 Boss, W. and W.J. Patterson. Up the Glens: Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry Highlanders 1783-1994. Cornwall: The Old Book Store.
Bowering 1991 Bowering, Ian. “The Art and Mystery of Brewing in Kingston.” Historic Kingston 39: 26-32.
Bradford 1988 Bradford, Robert D. Historic Forts of Ontario. Belleville, ON: Mika Publishing.
Bradstreet 1759 Bradstreet, J.A. Impartial Account of Lieutenant Colonel Bradstreet's Expedition to Fort Frontenac to Which are Added a Few Reflections on the Conduct of that Enterprise, and the Advantages Resulting from its Success. Reprint ed., Toronto: Rous and Mann, 1940.
Breck 1993 Breck, Wallace G. “A Hectic Decade at Fort Frontenac.” Historic Kingston 41: 7-21.
Brock 1968 Brock, T.L. “H.M. Dockyard, Kingston, Under Commissioner Robert Barrie, 1819-1834.” Historic Kingston 16: 3-22.
Campbell 1965 Campbell, Marjorie Wilkins. No Compromise: The Story of Colonel Baker and the CNIB. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart.
Canada 1974 Canada. Indian and Northern Affairs. Official opening of the Donald Gordon Centre and Commemoration of Roselawn. Kingston: Queen’s University.
Canada 1980a Canada. Department of National Defence. The Official History of the Royal Canadian Air Force. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Canada 1980b Canada. Department of National Defence. Canadian Airmen and the First World War. n.p.
Canada 1986 Canada. Department of National Defence. Creation of a National Air Force. n.p.
Canada 1992 Canada. Department of National Defence. To Serve Canada: A History of the
Royal Military College Since the Second World War. Ottawa: Department of National Defence.
Canada 1994 Canada. Department of National Defence. Crucible of War, 1939-1945. Ottawa: Canada Communication Group.
Canadian 1995 Canadian Land Force Command and Staff College. Fort Frontenac, Yesterday and Today. 4th ed. Kingston: n.p.
Canadian Encyclopaedia 1985 Marsh, James ed. 3 vols. Edmonton: Hurtig, 1985.
Careless 1967 Careless, J.M.S. The Union of the Canadas: The Growth of Canadian Institutions, 1841-1857. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart.
Carruthers 1975 Carruthers, James, R. “The Little Gentleman: The Reverend Doctor John Stuart and the Inconvenience of Revolution.” Kingston: MA Thesis, Queen's University.
Carter 1983 Carter, Margaret. Early Canadian Court Houses. Ottawa: Parks Canada.
Cartwright 1912 Cartwright, Sir Richard. Reminiscences by the Right Honourable Sir Richard Cartwright. Toronto: W. Briggs.
Christie 1950 Christie, Mary Katherine. Sir Alexander Campbell. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
City of Kingston Buildings of Architectural and Historic Significance. 6 vols. Kingston: City of Kingston, 1971-1985.
Cohoe 1978 Cohoe, Margaret. “Sir John A. Macdonald Memorializations and the Red Rose
League.” Historic Kingston 26: 58-69.
Cohoe 1979 Cohoe, Margaret. “The Observatory in City Park 1855-1800.” Historic Kingston 27: 78-91.
Cohoe 1984 Cohoe, Margaret. “Kingston Mechanics' Institute, 1834-1850.” Historic Kingston 32: 62-74.
Cohoe 1985 Cohoe, Margaret. “Kingston Mechanics' Institute To Free Public Library." Historic Kingston 33: 42-55.
Cohoe 1995 Cohoe, Margaret. “Kingston’s Memorial Hall.” Historic Kingston 43: 3-16.
Comfort 1959 Comfort, Charles. “Daniel Fowler, R.C.A., 1810-1894.” Historic Kingston 8: 50-53.
Cossar 2000 Cossar, Bruce. “Uniting and Dividing: The Church Union Movement in Kingston.” Historic Kingston 48: forthcoming.
Creighton 1952 Creighton, Donald. John A. Macdonald, The Young Politician. Toronto: Macmillan.
Creighton 1955 Creighton, Donald. John A. Macdonald, The Old Chieftain. Toronto:
Crickard 1996 Crickard, Fred W., Michael L. Hadley, and Rob Huebert, eds. A Nation's Navy: In Quest of Canadian Identity. Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press.
Crothers 1973 Crothers, Katherine Connell. With Tender Loving Care: A Short Story of the K.G.H. Nursing School. Kingston: n.p.
Cruikshank 1924 Cruikshank, Ernest Alexander. First Session of the Executive Council of Upper Canada, Held in Kingston July 8 to July 21, 1792. Toronto: n.p.
Cruikshank 1926 Cruikshank, Ernest Alexander. Notes on the History of Shipbuilding and Navigation on Lake Ontario up to the Time of Launching of the Steamship Frontenac, at Ernestown, Ontario. Toronto: n.p.
Cruikshank 1984 Cruikshank, Ernest Alexander. The King’s Royal Regiment of New York. Toronto: Ontario Historical Society, 1931; reprint ed., Toronto: G.K.Watt, 1984.
Cuneo 1959 Cuneo, John R. Robert Rogers of the Rangers. New York: Oxford University Press.
Curtis 1985 Curtis, Dennis, Andrew Graham, Lou Kelly and Anthony Patterson. Kingston Penitentiary: The First 150 Years, 1835-1985. 2nd ed. Ottawa: Correctional Service of Canada.
Dale 1993 Dale, Clare, A. The Palaces of Government: A History of the Legislative Buildings of the Provinces of Upper Canada, Canada and Ontario, 1792-1992. Toronto: The Library.
Davidson 1981 Davidson, George. “The Construction of Murney Tower, George Davidson’s Diary of 1846.” Historic Kingston 29: 42-52.
DCB Dictionary of Canadian Biography. 14 vols., Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1966-1998.
Denison 1955 Denison, Merrill. The Barley and the Stream, The Molson Story. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart.
Dent 1885 Dent, John Charles. The Story of the Upper Canadian Rebellion, Largely Derived from Original Sources and Documents. Toronto: C.B. Robinson.
Deslauriers 1995 Deslauriers, Jessie. Hotel Dieu Hospital Kingston, 1845-1995: The House of
Tender Mercy Continuing to Serve. Kingston: Hotel Dieu Hospital.
Downie 1993 Downie, Mary Alice and M.A. Thompson, eds. Written in Stone: A Kingston Reader. Kingston: Quarry Press.
Eccles 1959 Eccles, W.J. Frontenac, The Courtier Governor. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart.
Ede 1992 Ede, Ronald A. “A Bicentennial Look at Kingston Collegiate and Vocational Institute. Historic Kingston 40: 33-48.
Edmison 1953 Edmison, J. Alex. St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Kingston, Ontario and Queen’s University. Kingston: St. Andrew’s Church and Queen’s University.
Edmison 1954 Edmison, J. Alex. “The History of the Kingston Penitentiary.” Historic Kingston 3: 26-35.
Edmison 1960 Edmison, J. Alex. “Kingston and the Founding of the Canadian Press Association.” Historic Kingston 9: 46-56.
Errington 1988 Errington, Jane. Greater Kingston: Historic Past, Progressive Future. Burlington: Windsor Publications.
Evans 1992 Evans, A. Margaret. Sir Oliver Mowat. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Fetherling 1993 Fetherling, Douglas. A Little Bit of Thunder: The Strange Inner Life of the Kingston Whig-Standard. Don Mills, ON: Stoddart.
Fitsell 1982 Fitsell, J.W. “Captain Sutherland and his Dream.” Historic Kingston 30: 3-17.
Fitsell 1985 Fitsell, J.W. "The Meagher Family and House." Historic Kingston 33: 86-90.
Fitsell 1987 Fitsell, J.W. Hockey’s Captains, Colonels and Kings. Erin, ON: Boston Mills Press.
Fleurette 1961 Mary Fleurette, Sister, S.P. Centenary of the Institute of the Sisters of Providence of St. Vincent de Paul, 1861-1961. Kingston: Providence Mother House Heathfield.
Flynn 1963 Flynn, Louis J. “The Early Years of the Kingston Historical Society 1893-1906.” Historic Kingston 11: 35-46.
Flynn 1964 Flynn, Louis J. “In Retrospect: the Kingston Historical Society since 1906.” Historic Kingston 12: 19-26.
Flynn 1973 Flynn, Louis. At School in Kingston 1850-1973. Kingston: Frontenac, Lennox, and Addington County Roman Catholic Separate School Board.
Flynn 1976 Flynn, Louis. Built on a Rock: The Story of the Roman Catholic Church in Kingston 1826-1976. Kingston: Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Kingston.
Fort Henry Old Fort Henry. Kingston: St. Lawrence Parks Commission, n.d.
Foster 1996 Foster, Jane. Bath, On the Bay of Quinte. Napanee, ON: Lennox and Addington County Museum.
Fryer 1987 Fryer, Mary Beacock. Volunteers and Redcoats, Rebels and Raiders: A Military History of the Rebellions in Upper Canada. Toronto: Dundurn Press.
German 1990 German, Tony. The Sea is at Our Gates: The History of the Canadian Navy. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart.
Gibson 1983 Gibson, Frederick W. Queen’s University. Volume II, 1917-1961. To Serve, and Yet be Free. Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.
Glazebrook 1929 Glazebrook, G.P. de T. Sir Charles Bagot in Canada, a Study of British Colonial Government. New York: Oxford University Press.
Gray 1951 Gray, D.M. A History of the Construction of the Rideau Canal. Kingston: n.p.
Gregorovich 1994 Gregorovich, John B., ed. Commemorating an Injustice: Fort Henry and Ukrainian Canadian “Enemy Aliens” during the First World War. Kingston: Kashtan Press.
Grenville 1988 Grenville, John H. “Kingston’s Reaction to the Rebellion of Upper Canada:
Bonnycastle and the Role of the Militia.” Historic Kingston 36: 66-88.
Grenville 1992 Grenville, John H. “In Memoriam: Kingston Mourns Sir John A. Macdonald.” Historic Kingston 40: 93-105.
Grimshaw 1993 Grimshaw, Louis E. “Fort Frontenac: Over Three Centuries of Service.” Historic Kingston 41: 22-35
Gundy 1955 Gundy, H.P. “Growing Pains: The Early History of the Queen's Medical Faculty.” Historic Kingston 4: 14-25
Gundy 1958 Gundy, H.P. “The Sir George Kirkpatrick Memorial Fountain.” Historic Kingston 7: 64-67.
Hacker 1974 Hacker, Carlotta. The Indomitable Lady Doctors. Toronto: Clarke & Irwin.
Halford 1994 Halford, Robert G. The Unknown Navy: Canada's World War Two Merchant Navy. St. Catharines: Vanwell Publishing.
Hamilton 1971 Hamilton, W.D. Charles Sangster. New York: Twayne Publishers.
Hamilton 1988 Hamilton, W.D. Charles Sangster and His Works. Toronto: E.C.W. Press.
Hawkins 1967 Hawkins, James, Mrs. History of Wolfe Island. n.p.
Hazelgrove 1974 Hazelgrove, A.R. “Robert Sutherland: Queen’s First Black Student.” Historic Kingston 22: 64-69.
Hill 1991 Hill, E. Jean M. Breaking Down the Walls: Nursing Science at Queen’s University. Kingston: School of Nursing, Queen’s University.
Hitsman 1967 Hitsman, J.M. “Kingston and the War of 1812.” Historic Kingston 15: 50-60.
Horsey 1937 Horsey, Edwin. Cataraqui, Fort Frontenac, Kingstown. Kingston. (unpublished manuscript)
Horsey 1938 Horsey, Edwin. Kingston a Century Ago. Kingston: Kingston Historical Society.
Horsey, Saunders and Woods 1970 Horsey, Edwin, Samuel Woods and W.J. Saunders. A Century and a Half of Secondary School Education in Kingston, 1792-1942. Kingston: n.p.
Hughes 1986 Hughes, V.A. “The Kingston Observatory.” Historic Kingston 34: 99-102.
IODE 1950 Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire. The Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire: Golden Jubilee, 1900-1950. Toronto: n.p.
IODE 1954 Imperial Order Daughters of the Empire. Imperial Orders Daughters of the Empire: I.O.D.E. Canada: What It Is and What It Does. n.p.
Jackson 1953 Jackson, Harold McGill. Rogers’ Rangers: A History. Ottawa, n.p.
Johnston Johnston, Murray. Canada’s Craftsmen at 50! CFB Borden, ON.: EME Branch. n.d.
KCI 1921 Kingston Collegiate Institute. Times of
K.C.I. 1920-1921. Kingston: Kingston Collegiate Institute.
KCVI 1973 Kingston Collegiate and Vocational Institute. Historical Times. Kingston: n.p.
Kennedy 1955 Kennedy, C.H. The Kingston General Hospital: A Summary of its Growth, 1835-1954. Kingston: n.p.
Kerry 1962 Kerry, Colonel A.J. and McDill, Major W.A. The History of The Corps of Royal Canadian Engineers. 2 vols. Ottawa: The Military Engineers Association.
Kingston City Hall 1974 Kingston City Hall. Kingston: City of Kingston.
KHS 1968 A Catalogue of Plaques, Tablets, Markers, Memorials and Museums in Historic Kingston and in The Circulation Area of the Kingston Whig-Standard. 2nd ed. Kingston: Kingston Whig-Standard in Association with the Kingston Historical Society.
KHS 1991 Kingston Historical Society. Complied by Cohoe, Margaret M. Sir John A. Macdonald, 1815-1891. A Remembrance to Mark the Centennial of his Death, 6 June 1891. Kingston: Kingston Historical Society.
Kingston Whig-Standard 1950 “Action Regarding Monument of Sir John A. Seems Remote.” Kingston Whig-Standard. 4 May 1950.
Kirkconnell 1920 Kirkconnell, Watson. “Fort Henry, 1812-1914.” Queen’s Quarterly 20 (July): 78-88.
Lavell 1936 Lavell, W.S. “The History of the Present Fortifications at Kingston.” Ontario Historical Society Papers and Records 31: 155-177.
Le Sueur 1964 Le Sueur, W.D. Count Frontenac. Toronto: University of Toronto.
Litt 1997 Litt, Paul. “Historical Markers in Canada: Pliant Clio and Imutable Texts: The Historiography of a Historical Marking Program.” The Public Historian 19 (Fall 1997): 7-28.
Long 1955 Long, Charles E. “A Sketchy History of St. Paul's Church.” Historic Kingston 4: 40-46.
Luciuk 1980 Luciuk, Lubomyr Y. Internment Operations: The Role of Old Fort Henry in World War I. Kingston: Delta Educational Consultants.
Luciuk 1988 Luciuk, Lubomyr Y. A Time for Atonement: Canada's First National Internment Operations and the Ukrainian Canadians, 1914-1920. Kingston: Limestone Press.
Machar 1908 Machar, Agnes Maule. The Story of Old Kingston. Toronto: Musson.
Mack 1992 Mack, Donald Barry. “George Monro Grant: Evangelical Prophet.” Ph.D. dissertation, Queen’s University.
MacKay 1990 MacKay, Donald. Flight from Famine: The Coming of the Irish to Canada. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart.
MacKay 1977 MacKay, D.S.C. “Kingston Mills 1783-1830.” Historic Kingston 25: 3-14.
McKendry 1989 McKendry, Jennifer. “The Early History of the Provincial Penitentiary, Kingston, Ontario.” Bulletin of the Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada 14 (December): 93-105.
McKendry 1992 McKendry, Jennifer. “A Residence Fit for any Gentlemen in the Country: Three Kingston Villas by George Browne.” Canadian Art Review/Revue d’art Canadienne 19: 68-78.
McKendry 1993 McKendry, Jennifer. “An Ideal Hospital for the Insane? Rockwood Lunatic Asylum, Kingston, Ontario.” Bulletin of the Society for the Study of Architecture in Canada 18 (March): 4-17.
McKendry 1995 McKendry, Jennifer. With Our Past Before Us: Nineteenth-Century Architecture in the Kingston Area. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
McKendry 1996 McKendry, Jennifer. Historic Portsmouth Village, Kingston. Kingston: By the Author.
McKendry 1998 McKendry, Jennifer. Early Photography in Kingston. 2nd ed., enl. and rev. Kingston: By the Author.
McKendry 2000 McKendry, Jennifer. Weep Not For Me: An Illustrated History of Cataraqui Cemetery, Kingston. 2nd ed., enl. and rev. Kingston: By the Author.
Mackenzie-Naughton 1946 Mackenzie-Naughton, J.D. The Princess of Wales’ Own Regiment (M.G.). Kingston: Princess of Wales’ Own Regiment (M.G.).
MacRae 1967 MacRae, Marion and Anthony Adamson. The Ancestral Roof: Domestic Architecture of Upper Canada. Toronto: Clarke & Irwin.
MacRae 1983 MacRae, Marion and Anthony Adamson. Cornerstones of Order: Courthouses and Town Halls of Ontario, 1784-1914. Toronto: Clarke & Irwin.
Malcomson 1998 Malcomson, Robert. Lords of the Lake: The Naval War on Lake Ontario, 1812-1814. Toronto: Robin Brass Studio.
Maracle 1997 Maracle, Donald. “Speech of Donald Maracle, Chief, Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte, for the Molly Brant Commemoration held Sunday, August 25, 1996.” Historic Kingston 45: 3-8.
MCC 1985 Ministry of Citizenship and Culture. Loyalist Settlements, 1783-1789: The Land. Toronto: Ministry of Citizenship and Culture.
Meacham 1972 Meacham, J.H. Illustrated Historical Atlas of Frontenac, Lennox and Addington Counties. Toronto: 1878; reprint ed., Belleville, ON: Mika Publishing, 1972.
Mecredy 1984 Mecredy, Steven D. “Simcoe House.” Historic Kingston 32: 75-84.
Mecredy 1989 Mecredy, Steven, D. “The Fort Nobody Wanted: The Restoration of Fort Henry Fifty Years Ago, 1936 to 1938.” Historic Kingston 37: 59-83.
MGO 1838 Militia General Order: The Lieutenant Governor and Major General Commanding, Feels Much Pride in Congratulating the Brave and Gallant Militia of Upper Canada. Toronto: R. Stanton.
Mika 1987 Mika, Nick and Helma. Kingston Historic City. Belleville, ON: Mika Publishing.
Mitchell 1986 Mitchell, G.D. RCHA - Right of the Line: An Anecdotal History of the RCHA from 1871. Ottawa: RCHA History Committee.
Mitchell 1992 Mitchell, Michael ed. Ducimus: The Regiments of the Canadian Infantry. Ottawa: The Queen’s Printer.
Moir 1962 Moir, John S. ed. The History of the Royal Canadian Corps of Signals. Ottawa: Corps Committee.
Molson’s 1972 Molson’s Brewery Limited. Molson’s: 81 Years Older than Confederation Montreal: Molson’s Brewery Limited.
Moorehead 1987 Moorehead, Earl. “Murney Point: Its Evolution Within a Civilian/Military Dialectic.” Historic Kingston 35: 64-86.
Morang 1902 Morang, George N. Pro Patria: A Song of the British Empire. Toronto: Robert White.
Morton 1964 Morton, W.L. The Critical Years: The Union of British North America, 1857-1873. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart.
Morton 1981 Morton, Desmond. Canada and War: A Military and Political History. Toronto: Butterworths.
MOT 1988 Ministry of Transportation. Loyalist Parkway Master Plan. 2 vols. Kingston: Ministry of Transportation.
Neatby 1978 Neatby, Hilda. Queen's University. Volume I, 1841-1917: To Strive, to Seek, to Find, and Not to Yield. Kingston: McGill-Queen's University Press.
Newman 1974 Newman, Lena. The John A. Macdonald Album. Montreal: Tundra Books.
Nicholson 1962 Nicholson, G.W.L. Canadian Expeditionary Force, 1914-1919: Official History of the Canadian Army in the First World War. Ottawa: Queen’s Printer.
Nicholson 1967 Nicholson, G.W.L. The Gunners of Canada: A History of the Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery. 2 vols. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart.
O’Brien 1975 O'Brien, Robert A. Frontenac at Cataraqui, 1673-1973. Belleville: Mika Publishing.
O’Gallagher 1995 O’Gallagher, Marianna. Eyewitness: Grosse Isle, 1847. Sainte-Foy, QC: Livres Carraig Books.
Osborne 1974 Osborne, Brian S. “The Cemeteries of the Midland District of Upper Canada: A Note on Mortality in a Frontier Society.” Pioneer America. 6, 1: 46-55.
Osborne1975 Osborne, Brian S. "Kingston in the Nineteenth Century: A Study in Urban Decline." Perspectives on Landscape and Settlement in 19th Century Ontario. ed. J.D. Wood. 159-182.
Osborne 1977 Osborne, Brian S. "Frontier Settlement in Eastern Ontario in the 19th Century: A Study in Changing Perceptions of Land and Opportunity." In The Frontier: Comparative Studies. eds. David Harry Miller and Jerome O. Steffen. University of Oklahoma Press. 201-226.
Osborne 1989 Osborne, Brian S. "The long and the short of it. Kingston as the Foot-of-the-Great-Lakes Terminus," Freshwater, Vol 4, 1-19.
Osborne 1990 Osborne, Brian S. "Organizing the East Lake Ontario Fishery," Historic Kingston, Vol. 38, 81-93.
Osborne 1995 Osborne, Brian S. "The View from the Hill: An Imaginative Historical Geography of Kingston, Ontario," in Christof Stadel and H. Suida (eds.) Themes and Issues of Canadian Geography: I, Saltzburg: Institute of Geography, University of Salzburg, 53-60.
Osborne 2001 Osborne, Brian S. "The St. Lawrence in the Canadian National Imagination," Études Canadiennes, No. 50, June, 257-275.
Osborne 2003 Osborne, Brian S. "Barter, Bible, Bush: Strategies of Survival and Resistance among the Kingston-Bay of Quinte Mississauga, 1783-1836," in David McNab (ed.) Hiding in Plain View: Strategies of Resistance, Wilfrid Laurier University Press.
Osborne 2004 Osborne, Brian S. "The Rock and the Sword: A History of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Kingston, Ontario." Kingston: Heinrich Heine Press.
Osborne, Huitema and Ripmeester 2002 Osborne, B.S., M. Huitema, and M. Ripmeester “Imagined Spaces, Constructed Boundaries, Conflicting Claims: A Legacy of Colonial Conflict in Eastern Ontario,” International Journal of Canadian Studies, No. 25, 87-112.
Osborne & Moore. 1988 Osborne, Brian and E.G. Moore. "Marital Fertility in Kingston, 1861-1881: A Study of Socio-economic Differentials," Histoire sociale, XX: 39. 9-27.
Osborne and Ripmeester 1995 Osborne, Brian and Michael Ripmeester. “”Kingston, Bedford, Grape Island, Alwick: the Odessey of the Kingston Mississauga.” Historic Kingston 43: 84-111.
Osborne and Ripmeester 1998. Osborne, B.S. and M. Ripmeester "The Mississaugas Between Two Worlds: Strategic Adjustments to Changing Landscapes of Power." Canadian Journal of Native Studies, Vol. 17, No. 2, 259-291.
Osborne and Swainson 1988 Osborne, Brian and Donald Swainson. Kingston: Building on the Past. Westport, ON: Butternut Press.
Osborne and Swainson 1990 Osborne, Brian and Donald Swainson. "James Richardson," Dictionary of Canadian Biography, Vol. XII. 893-894.
Parks Canada 1976 Parks Canada. Canadian Historic Sites #15, Occasional Papers in Archaeology and History. Ottawa: Ministry of Indian and Northern Affairs.
Parks Canada 1998 Canadian Heritage. Register of Designations of National Historic Significance: Commemorating Canada’s History, Ontario. Ottawa: Parks Canada.
Passfield 1982 Passfield, Robert Walter. Building the Rideau Canal: A Pictorial History. Toronto: Fitzhenry & Whiteside in association with Parks Canada.
Patterson 1985 Patterson, Neil A. “Molson's Brewery in Kingston.” Historic Kingston 33: 81-85.
Patterson, 1981 Patterson, William J. “Fort Henry, Military Mistake or Defiant Deterrent.” Historic Kingston 29: 31-40.
Patterson 1989 Patterson, William J. Lilacs and Limestone: An Illustrated History of Pittsburgh Township 1787-1987. Kingston: Pittsburgh Historical Society.
Patterson 1993 Patterson, William J. Courage, Faith and Love: The History of St. Mark's Church, Barriefield, Ontario. Barriefield, ON: St. Mark's Church.
Patterson 1997 Patterson, William J. “Outside the Walls: The Story of Quarrying and Farming at Kingston Penitentiary.” Historic Kingston 45: 46-73.
Perley 1896 Perley, Henry, F. The Dry Dock at Kingston, Ontario. Kingston: n.p.
Pratten 1969 Pratten John S. “The Early History of Rockwood Hospital.” Historic Kingston 17: 50-68.
Preston 1956 Preston, Richard A. “A Clash in St. Paul’s Churchyard.” Historic Kingston 5: 30-44.
Preston 1959 Preston, Richard A. Kingston Before the War of 1812: A Collection of Documents. Toronto: Champlain Society, University of Toronto.
Preston and Lavell 1963 Preston R.A. and W.S. Lavell. “A Story in Stone: A Few Interesting Facts About Murney Redoubt.” Historic Kingston 11: 47-51.
Preston 1969 Preston, Richard A. Canada's RMC: A History of the Royal Military College. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Preston and Lamontagne 1958 Preston, R.A. and Leopold Lamontagne. Royal Fort Frontenac. Toronto: Champlain Society, University of Toronto.
Queen’s University 1974 Queen’s University. Donald Gordon Centre for Continuing Education. Kingston: n.p.
Queen’s University 1979 Queen's University at Kingston, Faculty of Medicine 1854-1979: 125 Years dedicated to Education and Service. Kingston: Queen's University.
Queen's University Alumni Association 1990 Queen's University Alumni Association. Queen's University: The First One Hundred and Fifty Years. Newburgh, ON: Hedgehog Productions.
Queen's University Alumni Association 1995 Queen's University Alumni Association. Queen's Goes to War: "The Best and the Worst of Times.” Kingston: Queen's University Alumni Association.
Rahmer 1973 Rahmer, F.A. Dash to Frontenac. An Account of Lt.- Col. John Bradstreet's Expedition to and Capture of Fort Frontenac. Rome: By the Author.
Rea 1974 Rea, James Edgar. Bishop Alexander Macdonell and the Politics of Upper Canada. Toronto: Ontario Historical Society.
Read 1988 Read, Colin. The Rebellion of 1837 in Upper Canada. Ottawa: Canadian Historical Association.
Regiopolis College Regiopolis College. The Annual. Kingston: n.p., n.d.
Reid 1983 Reid, Sean. “The Rt. Rev. A. Macdonell and the Education of the Catholic Settlers of Upper Canada.” Historic Kingston 31: 18-31.
Richardson 1992 Richardson, George W. Queen's Engineers: A Century of Applied Science 1893-1993. Kingston: Queen's University, Faculty of Applied Science.
Ritchie 1979 Ritchie, J.H. “From Pioneer School-house to K.C.V.I.” Historic Kingston 27: 5-15.
Robb 1963 Robb, W.H. “Charles Sangster, Canada's and Kingston's Poet.” Historic Kingston 11: 30-34.
Robertson 1900 Robertson, J. Ross. The History of Freemasonry in Canada from its Introduction in 1749. 2 vols.. Toronto: George Morang.
Rogers 1769 Rogers, Robert. Journal of Major Robert Rogers: Containing an Account of the Several Excursions He Made Under the Generals Who Commanded Upon the Continent of North America During the Late War. Dublin: R. Archeson.
Rollason 1982 Rollason, Brian, ed. County of a Thousand Lakes: The History of the County of Frontenac. Kingston: County of Frontenac.
Ross Ross, Arthur Edward. The History of St. Andrew’s Church, Kingston, Ontario, 1673-1973. Kingston: By the Author, n.d.
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