Kenora History

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Kenora History

Kenora History through Time Line previously located at this site: Kenora Time Line

Kenora history through its People: http://retson.ca/peopleofkenora.html

Kenora history through its buildings: http://retson.ca/kenorabuildings.html

Kenora History through newspapers: http://www.kenorapubliclibrary.org/library-resources/newspaper-archives.aspx Choose year and then day

Kenora History through Census:

1886 Rat Portage Voter's List: http://online.canadiana.ca/ Search Rat Portage in Monographs box or http://online.canadiana.ca/view/oocihm.89211/1?r=0&s=1

Kenora 1901 Census Transcripts: Search Kenora at http://ontariocensus.rootsweb.ancestry.com/transcripts/1901/162-1.html

Keewatin 1901 Census Transcrpts: Search Keewatin at http://ontariocensus.rootsweb.ancestry.com/transcripts/1901/100-1.html

Kenora's Military Past:

World War 1 : http://kenoragreatwarproject.ca/

Kenora history through its Museum: http://www.lakeofthewoodsmuseum.ca/

Kenora history through its Geneaological Records: http://retson.ca/kenorageneologyrecords.html

Kenora through its early settlors: http://retson.ca/earlykenorasettlers.html

http://www.metisnation.org/registry/citizenship/ontario-m%C3%A9tis-root-ancestors/ Métis Root Ancestors Project were publicly released on August 19, 2017, at the Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) 24th Annual General Assembly in Kenora. The Project—which included the review and compilation of well over 100,000 historical records—identifies hundreds of Métis Root Ancestors from well-recognized historic Métis communities within Ontario. The Project represents the largest collection of publicly available genealogical information on Ontario Métis.