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References

Brault, Lucien. Ottawa: Old & New. Ottawa: Ottawa Historical Information Institute, 1946.

Cook, Fred. The Struggle for the Capital of Canada. [Ottawa: Ottawa Evening Journal 1938].

Craske, Peter. Fire Fighting in the Early Days of Ottawa. Ottawa: Historical Society of Ottawa, 1991. (Bytown Pamphlet Series; 38).

________. Law & Order in the Early Days of Bytown/Ottawa: Extracts from A History of the Ottawa Police Force Written by "The History Collaborative" of Carleton University. Ottawa: Historical Society of Ottawa, 1992. (Bytown Pamphlet Series; 41).

Dewar, Anne Forbes. The Last Days of Bytown. Ottawa: Historical Society of Ottawa, 1989. (Bytown Pamphlet Series; 32).

Haig, Robert. Ottawa: City of the Big Ears: The Intimate, Living Story of a City and a Capital. [Ottawa : s.n., 1969?].

Hendricks, David, and Paul Philpott. Ottawa Transportation, from Horses to Buses. Ottawa: Historical Society of Ottawa, 1985. (Bytown Pamphlet Series; 13).

Mika, Nick, and Helma Mika. Bytown : The Early Days of Ottawa. Belleville, Ont.: Mika Pub., 1982.
"Ottawa," "Rideau Canal" and "Parliament Buildings." The Canadian Encyclopedia. Edited by James H. Marsh. Edmonton: Hurtig Pub., 1985. 3 vol.

St. John, Edward S. The Great Fire of Ottawa, 1900. Ottawa: Historical Society of Ottawa, 1983. (Bytown Pamphlet Series; 9).

Taylor, John H. Ottawa: An Illustrated History. Toronto: James Lorimer, 1986.

Welsh, Edwin. Sights and Surveys: Two Diarists on the Rideau. Ottawa: [Historical Society of Ottawa], 1979. (Bytown Pamplet Series; 1).

Woods, Shirley E., Jr. Ottawa: The Capital of Canada. Toronto: Doubleday Canada, 1980.

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