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2034 Toronto's Past: Your City, Your House, Your Family

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Course Details

A guide to Toronto local history research.  Are you interested in discovering the history of your house or neighbourhood, the history of your family once in Toronto, or a Toronto business or institution? Are you exploring another aspect of Toronto history? Or are you a writer or researcher? This course introduces established principles of local and family history research as taught worldwide, and suggests how to apply them in the Toronto context. We work our way through a variety of research projects, representative of the expressed interests of participants. In support of these practical case studies we review, in an integrated way, remarkable resources which we can draw upon, including some little-known ones. Watch yourself start to become a local history sleuth!   

(Formerly entitled Your City, Your House, Your Family)

Learner Outcomes

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Prerequisites

None

Recommendations

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Sections

  2034 - 009 Toronto's Past: Your City, Your House, Your Family    
  Spring/Summer - 15   Status:  Available
 
Section Schedule(s):   Tue 6:30PM - 8:30PM
5 May 2015 to 9 Jun 2015
Class Schedule: 6 Sessions
Tuition Option(s):   Flat Fee non-credit    $245.00
Potential Price Adjustment(s):
 
Campus:   St. George Campus
Instruction Method:  IN-CLASS
Instructors: James F. S. Thomson, B.A., J.D.