Internet Links: Hamilton History and Hamilton's Cemeteries

Historical Perceptions is not just about cemeteries! Robin McKee has an interest in the history and heritage of this region at the Head of the Lakes in Ontario of which Hamlton is the centre. It is also his assumption that those who join him for a cemetery tour share that broader interest. As a resource for visitors to this website he has provided a short list of websites of historical and heritage interest. Follow the links below to discover more about our history and heritage.

Architectural Conservancy of Ontario (Hamilton)

Archives of Ontario

Canadian Heritage Information

Canadian National History Society

Dundas Museum and Archives

Dundas Valley Historical Society

Erland Lee Museum

Hamilton LACAC/Municipal Heritage Committee

Hamilton Mountain Heritage Society

Hamilton Public Library Special Collections

Hamilton-Wentworth Educational Archives

Head of the Lake Historical Society

Heritage Watch

Historical Perceptions

McMaster University Library Archives

Ontario Archaeological Society (Hamilton)

Ontario Genealogical Society (Hamilton)

Ontario Historical Society

Stoney Creek Historical Society

United Empire Loyalists Association of Canada (Hamilton)

Waterdown - East Flamborough Heritage Society

Westfield Heritage Village

Workers Arts and Heritage Centre

If anyone desires a list of these links that they may save to their computer or print out they may click on Link List. This is a .pdf file and requires the user to have Adobe Acrobat Reader (a free program) installed on their computer.

We are in the process of developing a special search engine for locating historical material on the Internet about the Hamilton area. The search engine is restricted to a list of websites that have been selected because they include historical material about Hamilton. In one sense the search engine is limited by this restriction but the results it produces are free from much of the often unrelated material that searches on a general search engine often produce. Enter your search enquiries just as you would on any other search engine. We think that you will be impressed with the results.

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