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Windsor,  Nova  Scotia, Canada – c. 1800
by Garth Vaughan © 2001
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Birthplace
Overview

King’s "Record"
Overview
Sports
Snowshoe Club
Cricket
Athletic Sports
Cogswell Cricket Prize
Gymnasium
Football (Rugby)
Season End
Icy "Three Elms" Path
Cricket Pitch/Cattle

Vroom "Roomate"
Cricket
Fishing
Skating Carnival

Weather and Other
Eulogy – McCawley
New Acadia
Grounds and Woods
Windsor Scenery
Electric Light
Adjoining Clifton
Ornamental Trees
Filling “Bog Pond”

 

King’s College Record

The WHHS would like to thank King’s College, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Library – King’s College Archive, for the use of the following excerpts from the Record, the King’s College School Paper contributed to and run by the "boys" of King’s College, Windsor, Nova Scotia. We would especially like to thank Patricia L. Chalmers, Assistant Librarian of King’s College Archive for her extensive help, interest and enthusiasm.

King’s "Record"
Sports
Jan 1879 – Start a Snowshoe Club
Feb 1879 – Three Elms Cricket Club
June 1879 – Athletic Sports
June 1879 – Cogswell Cricket Prize
Nov 1879 – Motion for a Gymnasium
Nov 1879 – Football/Rugby
Nov 1879 – Season End for Football/Rugby
Feb 1880 – Icy Path Passing the Three Elms
March 1880 – State of the Cricket Field

Vroom
"That Roomate of Mine"

June 1879 – Cricket
Sept 1879 – Fishing
Jan 1880 – Skating Carnival

Weather and Other
Feb 1879 – Eulogy –
President of King’s College, the rev. George McCawley, D.D

Feb 1879 – New Acadia University
May 1879 – Easter Vacation, Grounds and Woods, Healthiness of the Academy
June 1879 – Windsor Scenery
Feb 1880 – Icy Path – Clifton Refference
Feb 1880 – Ornamental Trees – Clifton Refference
Oct. 1880 – Filling the “Bog Pond”



Excerpt From:
King’s College Record – Vol 1 and 2
King’s College, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Library
– King’s College Archive

 

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