Tag Archives: Oshawa Museum

Lest We Forget – Profiling Alfred Hind

By Lisa Terech, Community Engagement Coordinator – Oshawa Museum This article has been edited from what originally appeared on the Oshawa Museum Blog.  There are two Veteran’s Plots in Oshawa’s Union Cemetery: World War I and World War II.  Looking … Continue reading

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The Tale of Two Brothers

By: Jennifer Weymark, Archivist – Oshawa Museum The Andrews family has been a research focus of mine since 2011.  The history of the family helps to tell an under researched and overlooked aspect of Oshawa’s early history, the history of … Continue reading

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This Month’s Header

The image comes from the archival collection of the Oshawa Museum.  The photograph is of the first overseas draft of the 2nd Depot Battalion, 2nd Central Ontario Regiment. A Depot Battalion were created to train later recruits and draftees who … Continue reading

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Oshawa Museum – 1867 and 1967

This year marks the 150th Anniversary of Confederation. The year will be filled with celebrations, retrospection and imagining where this country will be in another 150 years. To begin the celebration, member institutions of DRAAG have looked through their holdings … Continue reading

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