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History. Dunnack, Henry E., “Maine Forts” (). Maine Collection Moulton, Augustus Freedom — The Settlement of Scarborough: Charles Pine, Hunter and Indian Fighter – Google Books Southgate, William S – The History of Scarborough, from to Internet Archive.; Biographical Review – Containing Biographical Sketches of Leading Citizens of Cumberland County, Maine. The Libraries are open to serve you, even while our physical collections are unavailable during the COVID crisis. Please check the HathiTrust Emergency Temporary Access Service (ETAS) for your item. The museum is situated on property first granted to David and Mary Thomson, who settled in Scarborough about Learn more about our buildings. Originally the farm fields of Scarborough’s first settlers, Thomson Memorial Park is now the setting for the Scarborough Museum and its gardens. Local group dedicated to the preservation of Scarborough history. Local group dedicated to the preservation of Scarborough history. Read More.
Scarborough Museum is set along the walking trails of beautiful Thomson Memorial Park, once the farm fields of Scarborough’s first settlers and now a popular heritage community. The museum shows the history and development of Scarborough from its founding and early settlement to its growth and emergence as a major suburb in the 20th century. Scarborough Public Library Board, A comprehensive history of Scarborough from native settlements to the s. This is the 'first-stop' for the general reader interested in Scarborough's past. "Rev. Robert Bonis' book is considered the bible of borough history." Scarborough . The Scarborough Historical Society promotes, preserves and stimulates an interest in the history of Scarborough, Ontario. The SHS has grown to be one of the largest and most active historical societies in Canada since its founding in The Friends of Scarborough Museum Committee meets regularly, working in partnership with employees of Toronto Culture to advise, create, and manage programs & events held through the Scarborough Historical Museum, located in Thomson Memorial Park. Scarborough Museum is one of 10 historic museums operated by Toronto Culture.
Once the farm fields of Scarborough's first settlers, beautiful Thomson Memorial Park is now the idyllic setting for the Scarborough Historical Museum. Established in , the museum tells the tale of Scarborough's rural past and the universal story of experiences faced by immigrants to a new land. View Larger Map. Street Address: Brimley Road [email protected] TTC: Take the Brimley # 21 bus from Kennedy Subway Station. The bus stops outside the park entrance. The Scarborough Historical Society was founded in with the mission to collect, preserve and exhibit items of historical significance to Scarborough. Since its founding, nearly all of the Museum's acquisitions have been donated. Books. Books available online of interest when researching Maine/Scarborough Genealogy & History. These books are not available at the museum but are known to be important for genealogical research of Scarborough ancestors.. At the Museum. Town Register – Scarborough – – Includes early Scarborough history, businesses, “military matters” (French & Indian, Revolutionary, & Civil.