Education and Ontario Family History: A Guide to Resources for Genealogists and Historians by Marian Press.
This book is for the person who had ancestors in the educational system in Ontario, from the earliest days to the 1960s.
The six chapters range from Chapter One: "Where the Resources Reside" to Chapter Six, which covers the topic of post-secondary education.
The website is at http://ogs.on.ca/ogscart/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=722
Tracing Your English & Scottish Ancestry Moorshead Magazines Ltd.
This is a collection of nineteen articles previously published by the company in their magazines, and include "British WWII Merchant Vessel Cards", "35 Top Sites for Scottish Research", and "Cornish Online Parish Clerks".
Each of the nineteenth subjects are written by such writers as Davis A. Norris, George G. Morgan (one of the Genealogy Guys), and Alan Stewart.
The website is www.moorshead.com
Some Early Scots in Maritime Canada, Volume 1 by Terrence M. Punch.
Here, he follows the history of the emigration of Scots from the mid-1700s to the 1800s.
He even partly reconstitutes passenger lists for the ships William Tell and Harmony.An Index to the Articles Referred to in Genealogy in Canada 4th Edition by Brenda Dougall Merriman.
This book lists 167 articles about genealogy in Ontario. Among the headings are "Afro-Canadian Ancestry", "Loyalists", and "Vital Statistics".
The website is at http://ogs.on.ca/ogscart/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=1085
Perseverance, Pranks & Pride by Joy V.C. Forbes.
There are over 1,700 personal names listed in this book about one-room schoolhouses in the Ottawa Valley.
Over 120 schools are listed, and photos are available.
You can go to her website to see more about one-room schoolhouses at www.oneroomschoolhouses.ca