An intimate understanding of place: Charles Sauriol and Toronto’s Don River Valley, 1927-1989.

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Every summer from 1927 to 1968, Toronto conservationist Charles Sauriol and his family moved from their city home to a rustic cottage just a few kilometres away, within the urban wilderness of Toronto’s Don River Valley. In his years as a cottager, Sauriol saw the valley change from a picturesque setting of rural farms and woodlands to an increasingly… (More)

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@article{Bonnell2011AnIU, title={An intimate understanding of place: Charles Sauriol and Toronto’s Don River Valley, 1927-1989.}, author={Jennifer Bonnell}, journal={The Canadian historical review}, year={2011}, volume={92 4}, pages={607-36} }