Here we have provided a map of Deseronto with brief details about some of the key buildings of the town. Some of these can still be seen today; others are long gone. You might like to use the map as the basis for a stroll around Deseronto. It is a small town and the area covered by this map should take no more than an hour to explore.
About the ArchivesDeseronto Archives is located within Deseronto Public Library and is open on Wednesdays, 10am-4pm.
You can contact the archivist, Amanda Hill, by email or by telephone at 613-396-2744 (on Wednesdays).
358 Main Street, PO Box 302
View the Archives' calendar.
- Town history
Share your memories!You can post your photographs or memories of Deseronto directly onto our 'About Deseronto' site.
- RT @MBQTMT: The Deseronto Public Library presents... An Old Fashioned Christmas Concert fb.me/WIbKkcfs 2 weeks ago
- From Jack Ellis in 1982: "...in five minutes and 15 seconds the federal government spends the entire budget of Deseronto..." 3 weeks ago
- Finding mentions of Deseronto in the newly-available Historical Debates of the Parliament of Canada: parl.canadiana.ca/?usrlang=en 3 weeks ago
- Attended a very interesting session today at Kanhiote Library on the fallen First World War veterans of Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte. #WW1 3 weeks ago
- More pictures and a write-up of the Land Symposium event in Hastings County Historical Society's newsletter: hastingshistory.ca/outlook/outloo… 3 weeks ago
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