Books

Title Author Year Description
Colonel Talbot Notice

1832

In regards to the meeting held by some of the settlers on St.Georges Day at the Kings Arms Hotel in St. Thomas on April 23rd 1832. The meetings is considered one of the preludes to the Upper Canada Rebellions in 1837.

Documents Relating to the Talbot Settlement

1836

Documents by Colonel Thomas Talbot relating to the Talbot Settlement

Five years' residence in the Canadas : Including a tour through part of the United States of America, in the year 1823 Vol. 2

1824

Book contains an alternative look at the Talbot Settlement in the 1820's.

Five years' residence in the Canadas: including a tour through part of the United States of America, in the year 1823 Vol. 1

1824

Book contains an alternative look at the Talbot Settlement in the 1820's
 

Journal by Edward Baker Littlehales

1889

Account of John Graves Simcoe, and Thomas Talbot travels in 1793 between York and Detroit, written by Edward Baker Littlehales.

Life in Canada

1903

A history of early life in Canada. Includes section on Colonel Thomas Talbot

Record of the celebration of the centenary of the Talbot settlement held in the year of Our Lord 1903

1903

A publication of the Elgin Historical and Scientific Institute on the events and festivities of the Centennial of the Talbot Settlement

The life of Colonel the late Honorable Thomas Talbot [microform] : embracing the rise and progess of the counties of Norfolk, Elgin, Middlesex, Kent and Essex, &c

1857

History of Colonel Thomas Talbot and the Talbot Settlement

The Talbot papers

1908

The Talbot Papers

1909

Including those left by the Honourable Colonel Thomas Talbot at his death, his letters to the Honourable Peter Robinson, Commissioner of Crown Lands, and some letters wrtitten by him to the Hon William Allan.

The Talbot Regime: Or, The first half century of the Talbot settlement

1904

History of Colonel Talbot and the Talbot Settlement

To the inhabitants of the Talbot settlement!!!

1832

Notice by a Talbot settler regarding William Lyon Mackenzie's grievances. A precursor to the Upper Canada Rebellions of 1837.