Compiled by Susan Wright
for the Adolphustown-Fredericksburgh Heritage Society
published in 2011

Softcover, 6" x 9", spiral bound, 192 pages.


   The "Christian Neighbourhood" started in 1949 as a local newsletter for the townships of Adolphustown and South Fredericksburgh. It continued either monthly or bi-monthly for a number of years, finally ending in the early 1990's.


   During this period a number of articles on local history and events were submitted by local residents. This book is a compilation of 67 of those articles.

   A number of photos have been added for this publication.




 Cost: $15.00 plus S&H






A Sample Listing of Some of the Articles


Sillsville School

The Building of the Quaker Meeting House

Old Fashioned Christmas Preparations

Baseball as I Remember it Down Through the Years

Choral Group Variety Show

The Old Hay Bay Road

Centennial Close-up

The Passing of Little Red Schoolhouses

Changing Times

St. Alban's Church Adolphustown

The U.E.L. Butter and Cheese Factory

The Ferry - Then and Now

Going to School at the Turn of the Century

Area Businesses

Adolphustown's Historic Town Hall

The Quiet Heritage of Dorland

Changes in Commercial Fishing