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Accession Number: 91-1023


Public school daily register for recording the attendance of pupils. -- 1896-1897. -- 1 item.

Biography / History

Hamilton Township is situated in Northumberland County. It was settled by United Empire Loyalists. Camborne is a small village located on an old north-south pioneer road in the township. (Taken from: Mika, Nick and Helma. "Places of Ontario, Part II F-M." Belleville: Mika Publishing Co., 1981.)

Custodial History


Scope and Content

This item is a Public School Daily Register folder dated 1895 for Public School #3 from Camborne in Hamilton Township. It includes an attendance record for January, 1897, along with a report of number of male and female students in December, 1896. The register folder spells out in some detail the subject requirements for the various grades.


This item was donated from an unknown source.

Restrictions: N

Associated material located at the National Archives of Canada in Ottawa and the Archives of Ontario in Toronto.