Price of the Bytown Pamphlet Series (cost of postage is extra)
*pamphlets numbered #88 and #101 are books which sell for $15/$10 for members
|78||Timothy Osborne||Bellwood Mobile Home Park||Y|
|79||Don Carrington||Windfall: the Badge Story||Y|
|80||Lillian Scott Desbarats||Recollections Book 1- Elizabeth Residence and Laurier House||Y|
|81||Lillian Scott Desbarats||Recollections Book 2 - Chapel Court, Union Mission, T. D. McGee||Y|
|82||Lillian Scott Desbarats||Recollections Book 3 - Irish Settlers, Earnscliffe, Sir Richard Scott||Y|
|84||Lillian Scott Desbarats||Recollections Book 4, Some Old Houses in Sandy Hill||Y|
|88||Dave Mullington||To Be Continued...A short history of the Historical Society of Ottawa (book)||Y|
|91||Ian Browness and Cynthia Coristine||The Bate Brothers of Ottawa, Booklet 1: The Brothers' Circuitous Path to Bytown||Y|
|93||Ian Browness and Cynthia Coristine||The Bate Brothers of Ottawa, Booklet 3: Sir Henry Newell Bate & Family: A Civic Legacy||Y|
|98||Christine F. Jackson||From Steamboats to the NHL: The Ottawa Valley's Cowley Family||Y|
|99||Tyler Owens||A Mayor's Life: John Scott, First Mayor of Bytown (1824-1857)||Y|
|100||Diana Pepall||Canada's Bletchley Park: The Examination Unit in Ottawa's Sandy Hill, 1941-1945||Y|
|101||Glenn Wright||Controversy, Compromise and Celebration: The History of Canada's National Flag (book)||Y|
|102||Elizabeth V. Krug||Martin O'Gara, Ottawa's First Irish Catholic Police Magistrate, 1863-1899||Y|
|103||George A. Neville||Loyalist Land Grants Along the Grand (Ottawa) River, 1788||Y|
|104||Doris Grierson Hope||Our "Capitol" Wrens||Y|
|105||James Powell & Bryan D. Cook||When Ottawa Welcomed the Empire through a Yorkshireman's Lens||Y|
|106||Katherine Van der Veen||Protests and Affordable Housing Policy Delayed: Urban Renewal and the Demolition of LeBreton Flats||Y|
If you interested in having a more in-depth knowledge of Ottawa rich and diverse history, the HSO’ s Bytown Pamphlet series is for you!
Since the early 1980s, the Society has regularly published monographs on various aspects of Ottawa’s history. These monographs are available free to members and through the Ottawa Public Library, Library and Archives Canada, and the City of Ottawa Archives. We are currently in the process of scanning and digitizing all of our pamphlets to make them more accessible to the general public.
The first introductory pamphlet produced by the Historical Society of Ottawa contains excerpts from an address on the history of the Historical Society given by E.M. Taylor before the Ontario Genealogical Society (Ottawa Branch) on March 22, 1976.
On occasion, the Society publishes substantive research in the form of a book.
Prices of books vary — as shown below — and the cost of postage is extra.
|Title||Author||Date Published||Member Price||Non-member Price|
|Introducing William Pittman Lett, Ottawa's First City Clerk and Bard, 1819-1892||Bryan Cook||2015||$20.00||$25.00|
|To Be Continued . . . A Short History of The Historical Society of Ottawa||Dave Mullington||2013||$10.00||$15.00|
|Controversy, Compromise and Celebration: The History of Canada’s National Flag (bilingual)
Controverses, compromis et célébrations : L’histoire du drapeau national du Canada (bilingue)
Looking for more local history books? Check out these titles available from the Cumberland Township Historical Society.
All are welcome, admission is free.
We have returned to our regular in-person Speaker Series in the auditorium of the Main Branch of the Ottawa Public Library, 120 Metcalfe Street, at 1:00 pm on a Saturday afternoon of each month (except in July, August, and December). The Main Branch auditorium is fully accessible via an elevator with priority seating for those needing special accommodation.
We plan to continue to present our evening Speaker Series via Zoom, due to the enormously positive response we have had to this virtual format, at 7 p.m. on the last Wednesday of each month (except for June, July, August, and December). The virtual Speaker Series will be conducted online using the Zoom software platform.
In addition, we conduct an Annual General Meeting (AGM), normally in May, an occasion for the board of directors to account for their conduct during the preceding year and offer an insight to plans for the future. All members are eligible to vote for individual candidates for the board of directors.
The Society shall publish reports in its Bytown Pamphlet Series on research which meets the Society’s objectives, and is either required of students under awards supported by the Society, or unsolicited from members or non-members, subject to passing an editorial review process approved by majority vote of the Board and to priorities dictated by the Society’s objectives and resources.
One copy of each report shall be distributed to each member in good standing as of its date of publication; others may buy copies at a price to be determined by a majority vote of the Board. Two copies of each published Bytown Pamphlet shall be sent to Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa, Ontario for legal deposit and registration under ISBN and ISSN. Two copies shall be deposited in the Historical Society of Ottawa holdings at the City of Ottawa Archives.
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