Ontario Genealogical Society Collection The Thunder Bay branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society houses their library of resources at the Brodie Resource Library for the benefit of genealogy enthusiasts.

More entertainment awaits on Centre Street, the central hub for shopping and dining in Jamaica Plain.

Cute cafés, multi-ethnic restaurants and boutiques offering handmade goods, vintage clothing, and other specialties separate this neighbourhood from its more tourist-centric counterparts. Hide out in Hyde Square, a vibrant area steeped in various Latin cultures and home of the first Latino community in Boston.

Some newspaper indexes are also available online through the Gateway to Northwestern Ontario History.

The Gateway to Northwestern Ontario History is a virtual gallery of historic photographs, books, drawings and artifacts from the libraries and museums of Northwestern Ontario. It provides access to the historical digital collections of libraries, archives, museums, historical societies, government agencies, and private collections from across Thunder Bay, Ontario, and Canada. Indexes & Directories Birth, Marriage & Death These indexes cover notices for births, marriages, and deaths as published by the Thunder Bay Sentinel, Fort William Daily Times Journal, Port Arthur News-Chronicle, or the Thunder Bay Chronicle Journal.

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After your flight from Thunder Bay to Boston, make Jamaica Plain your first stop.

Pay a visit to the Loring-Greenough House, a gorgeous example of Georgian Colonial architecture and a great opportunity to get up close and personal with American decorative arts from centuries past.

Some of Jamaica Plain’s historic sites, including Loring-Greenough House, also host special exhibits and concerts.

The TBPL collection also includes newspapers on microfilm from 1875 to the present (Fort William and Port Arthur); along with Henderson City Directories (1884-2004), City Phonebooks, the Fort William Newspaper Index (1933-1970), and newspaper clippings and local pamphlet material from the late 1950s to 1989.

Full text of these materials can be used at the Brodie Resource Library.

Or discover the Romanesque architecture of the First Baptist Church and shining examples of contemporary cool at the Institute of Contemporary Art.