Horsefly: Its Early History 1859 - 1915

Third Edition; by the Horsefly Historical Society

The first publication of the Early History was printed in May 1975 and revised in February 1981. With this revised edition, June 1992, on the Early History of Horsefly, the Historical Society salute the settlers who made a town and a way of life on the banks of the Horsefly River.

The Horsefly Historical Society wishes to thank all who shared with them their colorful memories of the early days in Horsefly.

The Horsefly Historical Society was established in April 1970 and the Museum doors were opened in August 1973.


 

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