All Coming Back Soon
The Lambton Archives – Lambton County’s Historical Library
Online THE MUSEUM CATALOGUE
This catalogue is the beginning of a database project to digitize the collections at Lambton Heritage Museum, The Oil Museum of Canada, and the Lambton Room Archives. Choose one of the four search levels; Simple, Advanced, Expert and Browse (single word) by clicking on the tab at the top of the screen Choose a search option by clicking on the downward arrow beside “object name” a
Help Screens are available for each level of search. Click on the ? beside the function to find the information.
Petrolia- Canada’s Victorian Oil Town
newly update with many pictures and history on the people and the town of Petrolia
2016 was 150th Anniversary
Check out our new History Pin project, an online historical tour of Petrolia, created in partnership with the Lambton County Archives!
Lambton Township office’s all have a bit of history Brooke-Alvintson ,
SITE back soon Some Adventures of the Boys: Enniskillen Township’s “Foreign Drillers,” Imperialism, and Colonial Discourse, 1873-1923. Labour/Le Travail, 51 ,The History Cooperative By Christina Burr
Our Story While Lambton Shield has history behind the name it began as a weekly newspaper in 1852, edited by Alexander Mackenzie,who would become Canada’s second prime minister, today LambtonShield.com is modern in every respect. First of all, we are online only. Being electronic gives us the immediacy, flexibility and economics to put our resources into local news gathering, providing information that is going to be of enduring interest to the communities we serve Lambton County and Sarnia.
where you can find History, Events and maps
Hard Oil News: By John Phair
Welcome to Petrolia, Ontario
The development of this website is a humble attempt on my behalf to celebrate and bring awareness to the unique history and heritage of Canada’s Victorian Oil Town– Petrolia, Ontario.
Welcome to the S.S. NERISSA Website This website is a collection of pages dedicated to the men and women who lost their lives on the S.S. NERISSA on April 30, 1941. All of us who have contributed to this site hope you will find it interesting and informative. The story is long overdue being told and as readers will see, this is an important part of Canada’s WW2 military history. The NERISSA was the only troopship to lose Canadian troops en route to England in WW2. ( You ask why under Lambton member Ann Hentschel took part in most of the research and gathering of the history putting together this web site )
Ontario Provincial Resources :
OnLand is your online information source from the Ontario Land Registration and Writs system. This channel gives you access to official, property-related information and documents