VOICES OF THE PAST
Voices of the Past C.D.’s tell the
stories of Pioneer Women who planted their roots firmly
in Canadian soil through adventure, hardship and joy.
All of the stories were researched, written and
presented in first person by Pauline Grondin.
of Women in Upper Canada During the War of 1812
of Upper Canada were left at home and in the soldiers’
encampments with the war raging around them.
The War of 1812 opened up a world of drama, conflict and
struggle for survival both on and off the battlefield.
The stories of “The Women” are a glimpse into their life
as they experienced the stress of an enemy invasion,
watched as their personal possessions were damaged or
stolen and their houses put to the torch.
Many of the stories of these women grace the pages of
history declaring them heroines of the war. Some of
their stories are legend, handed down through family and
Voices of the Past
Loyalist and early settler to Flamborough (present day
Anne Morden Loyalist
First settler to the Dundas Valley, 1786
First settler to Kettle Creek, (present day St. Thomas)
Heroine of the War of 1812 in the Niagara Peninsula
Ruth Best Ireland
An early settler to Wellington Square (present day
Voices of the Past Two
Lambeth (London) 1809
Heroine of Long Point 1854
Educator and Author
Voices of Toronto’s Past
Elizabeth Fisher Stong
York (Toronto) 1816
Louisa Robinson Allan
Toronto’s Centennial 1934
The price of each CD is $25.00,
To order- please contact Pauline