Bibliography

A listing of books and maps from our personal collection, relevant to this section of our website, that we don't regret buying.
  • Ottelyn Addison (1974), Early Days in Algonquin Park, McGraw-Hill Ryerson.
  • Frank Ahern (2006), Algonquin Park : Through Time and Space, Warwick publishing Inc., Toronto.
  • Rebecca Atkins with Paul and Doug Mackey (2001), My Childhood in the Bush : Growing up in Brent on the CNR in Algonquin Provincial Park (1913-1919), Past Forward Heritage Limited, Toronto.
  • Harry B. Barrett & Clarence F. Coons (2010), Alligators of the North, The Story of the West & Peachey Steam Warping Tugs, Natural Heritage Books, A member of the Dundurn Group, Toronto.
  • Brenda Chambers, Karen Legasy, and Cathy V. Bentley (1996), Forest Plants of Central Ontario, Lone Pine Publishing and Queen's Printer for Ontario.
  • Irwin M. Brodo, Sylvia Duran Sharnoff, and Stephen Sharnoff, Lichens of North America, Yale University Press.
  • Chrismar (2001), Bonnechere River Provincial Park, A Chrismar Adventure Map.
  • Chrismar (1999), Barron/Achray, A Chrismar Adventure Map.
  • Gaye I. Clemson (2006), Treasuring Algonquin, Sharing Scenes From 100 years of Leaseholding, Trafford Publishing, Victoria, B.C.
  • Susan Code, Visiting the Spirits, Exploring the Hidden Heritage of the Little Bonnechere River (an interactive CD), The Friends of Bonnechere Parks.
  • Gerry Cunningham and Meg Hansson (1976), Light Weight Camping Equipment and How to Make It, Scribner's.
  • Howard Crum (1988), A Focus on Peatlands and Peat Mosses, University of Michigan Press.
  • H.L. Dickson and W.J. Crins (1993), Checklist of the Lichens of Algonquin Provincial Park, Algonquin Park Technical Bulletin No. 7, The Friends of Algonquin Park.
  • Timothy Dickinson, Deborah Metscer, Jenny Bull, and Richard Dickinson (2004), The ROM Field Guide to Wildflowers of Ontario, The Royal Ontario Museum and McClelland and Stewart.
  • John Eastman (1995), The Book of Swamp and Bog, Stackpole Books.
  • Nick Eyles (2002), Canada Rocks : The Geologic Journey, Fitzhenry & Whiteside, Markham
  • Nick Eyles (2011), Canadian Shield : The Rocks that Made Canada, Fitzhenry & Whiteside, Markham
  • Nick Eyles and Andrew Mialli (2007), Ontario Rocks : Three Billion Years of Environmental Change, Fitzhenry & Whiteside, Markham
  • C.E.S. Franks (1977), The Canoe and White Water, University of Toronto Press.
  • S.R. Gage (1985), A Few Rustic Huts : Ranger Cabins & Logging Camp Buildings of Algonquin Park, Mosaic Press, Oakville, Ontario.
  • G.D. Garland (1989), Glimpses of Algonquin : Thirty Personal Impressions From Earliest Times to the Present, The Friends of Algonquin Park.
  • G.D. Garland (1997), Names of Algonquin, Stories Behind the Lake and Place Names of Algonquin Provincial Park, Algonquin Park Technical Bulletin No. 10, The Friends of Algonquin Park.
  • Clyde C. Kennedy (1970), The Upper Ottawa Valley, a glimpse of history, The Renfrew County Council.
  • Janice M. Hughes (2001), The ROM Field Guide to Birds of Ontario, Royal Ontario Museum and McClelland and Stewart.
  • Gregory Klages (2016), The Many Deaths of Tom Thomson — Separating Fact From Fiction, Dundurn Press, Toronto.
  • Brenda Lee-Whiting (1985), Harvest of Stones, The German Settlement in Renfrew County, University of Toronto Press.
  • Brenda Lee-Whiting (1992), The Way it Was in the Ottawa Valley, Townsend Books, Deep River, Ontario.
  • David Lee (2006), Lumber Kings & Shantymen : Logging and Lumbering in the Ottawa Valley, James Lorimer & Company Ltd., Toronto.
  • David Lee (2007), Great Forests and Mighty Men : Early Years in Canada's Vast Woodlands, James Lorimer & Company Ltd., Toronto.
  • Robert Legget (1975), Ottawa Waterway, Gateway to a Continent, University of Toronto Press.
  • Donald L. Lloyd (2000); Canoeing Algonquin Park, Published by D.L. Lloyd. Distributed by Hushion House Publishing Ltd. Toronto.
  • Donald L. Lloyd (2006); Algonquin Harvest : The History of the McRae Lumber Company, Published by Robert D. McRae , Whitney, Ontario.
  • Roy MacGregor. (1999). A Life in the Bush : Lessons from my Father, Penguin, Canada.
  • Roy MacGregor. (2010). Northern Light : The enduring mystery of Tom Thomson and the woman who loved him, Random House Canada.
  • Donald MacKay (1978), The Lumberjacks, McGraw-Hill Ryerson (latest edition is 3rd 2007).
  • Roderick Mackay (1996), Spirits of the Little Bonnechere, The Friends of Bonnechere Parks.
  • Roderick Mackay (2002), A Chronology of Algonquin Park History, Algonquin Park Technical Bulletin No. 8, The Friends of Algonquin Park.
  • Bill Mason (1980), Path of the Paddle : An Illustrated Guide to the Art of Canoeing, Van Nostrand Reinhold, Toronto.
  • Bill Mason (1988), Song of the Paddle : An Illustrated Guide to Wilderness Camping, Key Porter Books, Toronto.
  • Jeffrey A. McMurtrie (2009), Algonquin Provincial Park & The Haliburton Highlands Canoeing and Exploring Map, Version 2.0.
  • Jennifer Mercer(1998), Staying the Run, A History of the United Townships of Rolph, Buchanan, Wylie and McKay, The Rolph, Buchanan, Wylie and McKay Historical Society.
  • Joan Murray (2011), A Treasury of Tom Thomson, Douglas & McIntyre, Vancouver/Toronto.
  • Steven G. Newmaster, Allan G. Harris, and Linda J.Kershaw (1997), Wetland Plants of Ontario, Lone Pine Publishing and Queen's Printer for Ontario.
  • Jean-Luc Pilon ed. (1999), La préhistoire de l'Outaouais / Ottawa Valley Prehistory, Outaouais no 6, Société d'histoire de l'Outaouais.
  • D.H. Pimlott, J.A. Shannon, and G.B. Kolenosky (1977), The Ecology of the Timber Wolf in Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources.
  • I.C.M. Place (2002), 75 Years of Research in the Woods, A History of Petawawa Forest Experiment Station and Petawawa National Forestry Institute, General Store Publishing House.
  • Joyce M. Reddoch and Allan H. Reddoch (1997), The Orchids in the Ottawa District: Floristics, Phytogeography, Population Studies and Historical Review, in The Canadian Field-Naturalist, vol. 111 no. 1, The Ottawa Field-Naturalist Club.
  • Dennis Reid, ed. (2002), Tom Thomson, Douglas & McIntyre, Vancouver/Toronto.
  • Michael W.P. Runtz (1993), The Explorer's Guide to Algonquin Park, Stoddard Publishing Co. Ltd.
  • Audrey Sanders (reprinted 1963), Algonquin Story, Department of Lands and Forests, Ontario.
  • Charles H. Smith and Ian Dyck (2007), William E. Logan's 1845 Survey of the Upper Ottawa Valley, Canadian Museum of Civilization.
  • Mark Stabb and Roderick Mackay (2002), Walks of the Little Bonnechere River, The Friends of Bonnechere Parks.
  • Dan Strickland (2014), The Best of The Raven : Volume 2, The Friends of Algonquin Park.
  • Dan Strickland et al. (2002), The Raven talks about Wolves, The Friends of Algonquin Park.
  • Dan Strickland and Russ Rutter (1993), The Best of The Raven, The Friends of Algonquin Park.
  • Dan Strickland (2001), Big Pines Trail, Ecology and History of White Pines in Algonquin, The Friends of Algonquin Park.
  • Dan Strickland (2003), Algonquin Logging Museum, Logging History in Algonquin Provincial Park, The Friends of Algonquin Park.
  • Dan Strickland (2004), Track and Tower Trail, A Look Into Algonquin's Past, The Friends of Algonquin Park.
  • Alan Soucie (2008), Echoes of the Forest : Canada's Lumbering Story : From Past to Present, Bak Pak Productions, Ottawa, Ontario.
  • Robert Sumner (1976), Make Your Own Camping Equipment, Drake.
  • John B. Theberge (1975), Wolves and Wilderness, J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd.
  • John B. Theberge with Mary T. Theberge (1998), Wolf Country, Eleven Years Tracking the Algonquin Wolves, McClelland & Stewart Inc.
  • Ron Tozer & Dan Strickland (1995), A Pictorial History of Algonquin Park, The Friends of Algonquin Park.
  • Jim and Sue Waddington (2013), In the Footsteps of the Group of Seven, Goose Lane Editions (Fredericton) and Art Gallery of Sudbury (Sudbury)
  • Winifred (Cairns) Wake (1997), A Nature Guide to Ontario,University of Toronto Press.
  • Gwendolyn M. Woermke (2009), Lake Traverse Station, A Railroad Wife's Algonquin Park Memoir, Mark Woermke (email: laketraverse.station@yahoo.ca)