Bowmanville: A Small Town at the Edge William Humber

ISBN: 9781554881048

Published: July 15th 1997

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144 pages


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Bowmanville: A Small Town at the Edge  by  William Humber

Bowmanville: A Small Town at the Edge by William Humber
July 15th 1997 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 144 pages | ISBN: 9781554881048 | 9.13 Mb

William Humber’s Bowmanville: A Small Town at the Edge is an extraordinarily detailed, often affectionate and occasionally critical account of a modern small town on the edge of a rapidly expanding metropolitan region. The book recounts stories fromMoreWilliam Humber’s Bowmanville: A Small Town at the Edge is an extraordinarily detailed, often affectionate and occasionally critical account of a modern small town on the edge of a rapidly expanding metropolitan region.

The book recounts stories from the time of Charles Bowman, the potential ambition of railroads from Lake Ontario to Georgian Bay, the legacy of grand pianos found in every corner of the world and the fateful decision of a rural businessman which gave General Motors to another community.A treat for small-town enthusiasts, urban designers and community activists, Humber’s book provides a fresh look at the present life of small towns and how their character can be recreated in future decision making.When I first started broadcasting baseball, I read everything and anything related to the game.

I kept encountering the name William Humber. When I finally met him in person I understood his passion and love for and knowledge of the game is indeed genuine. That passion obviously extends beyond baseball and is evident in his writing on his adopted hometown of Bowmanville, Ontario.- Brian Williams, CBC television sports announcer



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