Compiled by Susan Wright
Adolphustown-Fredericksburgh Heritage Society
published in 2011
Softcover, 6" x 9", spiral bound, 192 pages.
The "Christian Neighbourhood" started in 1949 as a local newsletter for the townships of Adolphustown and South Fredericksburgh. It continued either monthly or bi-monthly for a number of years, finally ending in the early 1990's.
During this period a number of articles on local history and events were submitted by local residents. This book is a compilation of 67 of those articles.
A number of photos have been added for this publication.
A Sample Listing of Some of the Articles
The Building of the Quaker Meeting House
Old Fashioned Christmas Preparations
Baseball as I Remember it Down Through the Years
Choral Group Variety Show
The Old Hay Bay Road
The Passing of Little Red Schoolhouses
St. Alban's Church Adolphustown
The U.E.L. Butter and Cheese Factory
The Ferry - Then and Now
Going to School at the Turn of the Century
Adolphustown's Historic Town Hall
The Quiet Heritage of Dorland
Changes in Commercial Fishing