Arden Blackburn's Mail Route: The Early Days at Christie Lake
John A. McKenty


6 x 9 - 304 Pages  - or buy ebook on Amazon

Theirs was a bond born in nature. United by water, the early inhabitants at Christie Lake were drawn into a community that came to transcend politics, religion and sometimes even family. Over time they gathered to work, to play and to celebrate the beauty that was around them.
Located approximately 15 kilometres southwest of Perth, Ontario, Christie Lake is the third largest lake in what is known as the Tay Watershed.
Follow the community’s mailman as he uses the North Shore Road to weave a thread that brings together this unlikely blend of permanent residents and summer vacationers.

Praise for McKenty’s previous work:
“A must-read for Canadian history buffs” – Mike Filey, noted Canadian historian
“A thorough and insightful work” – James W. Bond, Upper Canadian
“A polished and balanced narrative history” – Ben Forster, Ontario History

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  • ISBN: 978-1-55452-979-7
  • EBN: 715
  • 16 Units in Stock
  • Published By: Other

This product was added to our catalog on Friday 31 August, 2012.

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