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A Coxwell Avenue Secret

From Shacktown to Subsidized Housing

Housing: Downtown and Shacktown

Developers laid out new subdivisions beyond Shacktown to the east of Coxwell Avenue.

In 1909 the City of Toronto annexed the area south of the Danforth between Greenwood Avenue and the Beach. 8,050 more words

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The Trail of Broken Treaties Redux

Vine Deloria, Jr. famously penned a book, the Trail of Broken Treaties in response to over 150 years of the United States breaking its agreements with Native American Tribes. 1,515 more words

Shacktown: Pump in the White Man

The Canadian Courier, Vol. V, No. 1, December 5, 1908

The Englishman in Canada has most of his troubles when he arrives.

Shacktown began at a time of great expectations. 1,680 more words

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Not for Ourselves but For Others

Who were Granison and Luella Price and why should 6A Redwood Avenue be considered a heritage building? And what was the Eureka Club that first met there? 15 more words

General History

Not for Ourselves but For Others

Who were Granison and Luella Price and why should 6A Redwood Avenue be considered a heritage building? And what was the Eureka Club that first met there? 2,848 more words

General History