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Charles H. Wall became known as the island historian for his over 25 years of research that included countless interviews of Wolf Islanders and others with a connection to the island.

Barbara Wall La Rocque is a Toronto resident with ties to Wolfe Island that began in her childhood. She continued her father's research to fulfill his dream of a worthy book on the history of Wolfe Island.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Wolfe Island (Ont. : Township) -- History.
Indians of North America -- Ontario -- Wolfe Island (Township) -- History.
Fur trade -- Ontario -- Wolfe Island (Township) -- History.
Wolfe Island (Ont. : Township) -- Biography.
Wolfe, ăIle (Frontenac, Ont.) -- Histoire.
Indiens d'Amâerique -- Ontario -- Wolfe, ăIle (Frontenac) -- Histoire.
Fourrures -- Commerce -- Ontario -- Wolfe, ăIle (Frontenac) -- Histoire.
Wolfe, ăIle (Frontenac, Ont.) -- Biographies.