Series: The Boston Mills Press Credit Valley series

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Credit Valley Railway, "the third giant"; (Credit Valley series, no. 1) by James Filby1
Terra Cotta : A Capsule History (Credit Valley Series #17) by Mary Zatyko
Cataract and the Forks of the Credit: a Pictorial History. by Ralph Beaumont2
The Great Horseshoe Wreck (Credit Valley Series #4) by Ralph Beaumont4
Alton : a pictorial history by Ralph Beaumont5
Cook's history of Inglewood by William E. Cook6
Belfountain and the Tubtown pioneers (Credit Valley series ; 7) by Margaret Whiteside7
Cheltenham : A Credit Valley Mill Town (Credit Valley Series) by Frank Nelles8
Meadowvale & Churchville : A History (Credit Valley Series #9) by William E. Cook8
The road to Boston Mills (Credit Valley series ; no. 10) by James Filby10
The Rockside Pioneers (Credit Valley Series #13) by Robert Crichton13
At the mouth of the Credit (Credit valley series ; 15) by Betty Clarkson15
Erindale at the Crook of the Credit by Jean Adamson16

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