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Table of Contents

Title Page
Author's Preface
1 The Road through Richmond Hill
2 First Peoples on the Land
3 The European Settlers Arrive
4 From Miles' Hill to Richmond Hill: The Birth of a Community
5 Tories and Reformers
6 Stagecoach Lines and Railway Tracks
7 The Neighbours at Mid-Century
8 Fire Brigades and Fence Viewers
9 Picture Post Card Village of the 1880s and 1890s
10 Rails through Richmond Hill
11 The Flowering of Richmond Hill
12 The Village Transformed
Epilogue
Appendices
Table of Illustrations
Index
Major Mackenzie Drive
1   corner of Yonge Street and Major Mackenzie Drive, where Richmond Hill pioneer Abner
2   Street rises in elevation south of Major Mackenzie Drive, we glimpse the picture-postcard church spires
3   the north side of today's Major Mackenzie Drive, Jones noticed that Jacob Wintus had
4   Carrville Road/ 16th Avenue and Major Mackenzie Drive, Jones saw much more activity on the east or
5   line at Yonge Street and Major Mackenzie Drive. City of Toronto Archives The Metropolitan
6   area between Elgin Mills Road and Major Mackenzie Drive.
7   today's Major Mackenzie Drive the marchers met "the contingent from the City."
8   a short distance north of Markham Road (Major Mackenzie Drive), opposite the Presbyterian manse, was the
9   today's Roseview Avenue and Major Mackenzie Drive, where William Lawrence was developing
10   on Vaughan Sideroad (today's Major Mackenzie Drive) west of Yonge Street in 1918. The
11   between Carrville and Major Major Mackenzie drives, circa 1930. City of Toronto Archives
12   of Leslie Street, halfway between Major Mackenzie Drive and Elgin Mills Road. Archaeologists
13   the intersection of Yonge Street and Major Mackenzie Drive. It seems to have functioned as a major village
14   southwest corner of Yonge Street and Major Mackenzie Drive.
15   uncle's property at Yonge Street and Major Mackenzie Drive. He moved on to other archaeological digs at other
16   was then Maple Side Road, now Major Mackenzie Drive. 22
17   the stretch of Yonge Street between Major Mackenzie Drive and Elgin Mills Road lagged
18   - the second lot north of present-day Major Mackenzie Drive on the west side of
19   corner of today's Yonge Street and Major Mackenzie Drive; four years later they received permanent title.
20   Bayview Avenue on the west, Major Mackenzie Drive on the north, and Leslie Street on the
21   took shape along the highway from Major Mackenzie Drive north through the core of modern Richmond
22   corner of Yonge Street and Major Mackenzie Drive. It quickly became a favourite watering hole for
23   corner of Yonge Street and Major Mackenzie Drive. There he lived with his aged mother, saw his
24   northwest corner of Yonge Street and Major Mackenzie Drive for a Presbyterian church, manse, cemetery,
25   on the southwest corner of Yonge and Major Mackenzie passed into the hands of his nephew, James
26   at the corner of Yonge Street and Major Mackenzie Drive. For Miles himself, the move seemed to
27   Drive. On the southeast corner of Yonge and Major Mackenzie, Abner Miles built a new home for his family -
28   along Yonge Street between Major Mackenzie Drive and Elgin Mills Road had a new name -
29   and residential properties from Major Mackenzie Drive north to about Wright Street. But
30   of the village along the Vaughan Sideroad (Major Mackenzie Drive), a stop more accurately named "Maple" later
31   the road's multilane, paved successor, Major Mackenzie Drive. The railway had effectively bypassed
32   road north of Carrville, on today's Major Mackenzie Drive, and also to the west of Bathurst Street,
33   Yonge Street along Vaughan Sideroad (Major Mackenzie Drive) to the factory site. Local residents long
34   Leslie Street just south of Major Mackenzie Drive, the settlement of Headford, or Headford
35   boundaries were Markham-Vaughan Road (Major Mackenzie Drive) on the south, the northerly limit of Lot 48
36   large village area - from Lot 43 (south of Major Mackenzie Drive) north to Lot 52 (beyond Elgin Mills Road),
37   view. On the left, on the rise north of Major Mackenzie Drive, the spire of St. Mary's Anglican
38   was located along the Vaughan Sideroad (Major Mackenzie Drive) about three kilometres, or two miles, west of
39   and can be seen today at the fire hall on Major Mackenzie Drive West.

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