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Trent Valley Archives

Since 1989, Trent Valley Archives has promoted the preservation, identification and care of archives in the Trent Valley region. We support access to archival collections, as well as the development of public regional and county or municipal archives. We encourage businesses and organizations to archive pertinent records, and help individuals to care for their documents. Moreover, since 1998, we have maintained an archival repository with a collections mandate to accept original and copied archival documents relating to the Trent Valley. At present, we have about 1000 cubic feet of documents relating to people, events and places connected with the Trent Valley. 


Our outreach programs include:


Publication: We publish books about local history, as well as our award-winning quarterly magazine, The Heritage Gazette of the Trent Valley


Tours: Time travel with Trent Valley Archives by foot, bus, or bike! We offer historical tours of the area on a variety of themes. Visit our events page for more information.


Presentations: Trent Valley Archives takes history to you! Knowledgeable volunteers give talks and display items of interest at retirement homes, schools, and other organizations.


The Trent Valley Archives promotes the preservation, identification and care of archives; encourages local history and family history research; maintains a web-page and quarterly magazine; operates a major research facility, and raises public awareness of history and archives through historical tours and community events.


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For more information on our services, books, maps, membership options, volunteer opportunities, donations and Board of Directors please go to our web site:


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