The Township of Warwick: A Story Through Time
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The Warwick History Township Committee put a great deal of time, energy and heart into the creation of the manuscript The Township of Warwick: A Story Through Time. This book covers Warwick Township from prehistoric times to budding nineteenth-century communities, through the First and Second World Wars and into the current day. It combines an interest in the development of urban and rural spaces with an emphasis on the stories behind individual families who have lived and thrived in Warwick Township.

The Lambton Room Archive's Warwick History Website has made the material from the book available online. In this "History" section, you will find headings representing the various chapters from the book. This valuable online resource brings together the knowledge compiled in A Story Through Time.

Chapters:

Scratching the Surface of Warwick Township

From Mastodon to Arrowhead

From Forest to Field

To Everything There is a Season

From Cradle to Grave

From Slate to Laptop

Settlements from the Past

“My Kona, Your Kona, Arkona”

Forest Roots in Warwick

Watford, My Home Town

Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained

Responsible Government

Sports in Pictures

St. Clair Borderers

From Farm Field to Battlefield

Home Front to Battlefront

My Home, My Palace

Home Children

Good Times in Bad Times

Dear Hearts and Gentle People

Tires and Wires

Overcoming Adversities

Recollections and Reflections