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Oil Springs, Ontario 150 Years Back to the Future International Symposium - Abstracts of Symposium Papers

Gesner, Williams and the Birth of the Oil Industry

A Missing Link? The Carman & Fairbank Oil Field at Bothwell, Ontario (1900-1920) as a Key to Understanding Social and Corporate Development in Canadian Oil Production

The Early Petroleum Industry of Petrolia, Ontario Illustrated on Postcards

Samuel M. Kier (1813-1874) - The Oft-Forgotten Oil Pioneer

Imperial Oil’s Dominant Role in the Canadian Oil Industry

Shell’s Inherited Roots in the Canadian Oil Industry

Leo Ranney - Pioneer in Horizontal Drilling

All Aboard For Oil Country!

An Oil Family History: 140 Years of Black Gold

Readings from OIL IN THEIR BLOOD, The American Decades

Ontario's Other Contribution to the Oil Industry – People

A Photographic Journey Through Two Early Ohio Oil Booms

The Polish Connection

Technical Aspects of the Design and Operation of the Reid Two Cycle Gas Engine Type A, Sisterville

Representing Canada’s Oil Industry Heritage on the World Wide Web

“Stories of a Third-Generation Independent Oil Producer”:  An Oral History Project


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