Attawandaron: Hamilton's Publisher
Attawandaron is a small press based in Hamilton, Canada. We focus on quality books of local interest.
Hamilton’s Stone Age
By Bill King
During the 19th century, Hamiltonians furnished their city with striking buildings constructed of stone. These buildings made Hamilton one of the most beautiful cities in Canada!
- Featuring over 350 photographs (many colour)
- Full bibliography, notes and index
Published: September 20, 2023
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Published DateSeptember 20th, 2023
Metal Detecting Museum
Saturday January 28, 2023
See an amazing collection of relics and coins found in Hamilton. With Mike “Relics” Guarascia and Gary Wright.
R.H.L.I Building, 1353 Barton St E
For further information, please contact Bill King at firstname.lastname@example.org
Downtown Hamilton Walking Tours
2023 | Meet at King & John streets | Sunday mornings at 10 a.m. | Free to all!
Dates Coming Soon!
Free History Tours in Hamilton
Hamilton’s Stone Age
Highlights from Bill King’s new book, Hamilton’s Stone Age.
Bishops and Gas
Explore the area around St. Mary’s Cathedral, where Bishops and Gasworks once dwelt side-by-side.
Explore the ruins of some of Hamilton’s old mountain roads.
The Railway Menace
Relics of the many railways which once blessed and plagued Hamilton
Housing the Rich
How the other half lived in 19th century Hamilton.
Meet the McQuestens
Whitehern and other buildings connected with the McQuesten family and their friends.
Pathways of the Neutrals
The peoples of Attawandaronia.
High Crimes and Misdemeanors
Visit the favoured haunts of some of our best-remembered scoundrels and jailbirds.
Famous 19th century blazes and how they changed Hamilton.
Abandoned and Forgotten Cemeteries
We search out the few remaining graveyards and tombstones in downtown Hamilton.
Architects and Builders of Hamilton
With Guest Host Cameron Nolan.
So you think you’ve got it tough!
The homes and lives of the poor in Nineteenth Century Hamilton (Bring your teenagers).
Trees of Hamilton
And other natural wonders.
There was nothing like a public hanging to bring 19th century Hamilton to life!
Step into the hidden world of the many alleys which snake through downtown Hamilton.
People, places and events you’ve probably never heard of.
Ghost Signs of Hamilton
Forgotten signs, symbols and numbers in 19th century Hamilton.
Hamilton had more castles than any other city in Upper Canada. We visit a few of the less known.
Hamilton’s Ugliest Buildings
While many fine architects left their mark on Hamilton, we search out a few who were not so good.
The best of the summer’s tours.