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Category: Local History
To celebrate Canada's 150th year, we asked the Oshawa Museum to share their favourites stories or artifacts from Oshawa's past. Read the latest from Lisa Terech, Community Engagement:
Oshawa's connection with Arthurian Legend....
Ever wondered how a school ended up in the Oshawa Centre parking lot?
Oshawa's church with a secret past...
Is Shelley Avenue named after the author of Frankenstein? Lisa Terech, from the Oshawa Museum, investigates.
As Oshawa's downtown core grew, few of the area's gracious mansions survived...except for one. From love lost to new beginnings, this is the tale of Adelaide House.
Every street sign that carries a bright red poppy tells a story. Here, Lisa Terech, Community Engagement with the Oshawa Museum, explores history of Courcelette Avenue...
From prosperous Ellesmere Hall to Village Union Public School, we explore the history of 240 Simcoe Street in Oshawa.
Ever wonder how Oshawa's streets got their names? Lisa Terech, Community Engagement at the Oshawa Museum, looked deeper into the history of Skae Drive.