Preserving Stoney Creek History
The SCHS Library & Archives has preserved Stoney Creek historical research material including many family records and thousands of historical photographs. We also have books for sale and past issues of the SCHS Newsletter.
The SCHS volunteers are available to assist with your research. Please contact the archives to make arrangements.
We have preserved a significant amount of Stoney Creek & Saltfleet history but we welcome further donations of historical value to consider for preservation.
Stoney Creek Historical Society’s Reference Library and Archives is located at 605 Highway #8 (between Fruitland Road and DeWitt Road).
SCHS SUMMER HOURS NOTICE:
SCHS August Hours: Open Tuesdays, August 15, 22, and 29th 1-4 p.m. Closed Aug 5th.
Regular hours resume Saturday September 2nd.
We are open Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1 pm until 4 pm.
New Additional Hours: 1st Saturday of the month 9 am-12 noon
Special appointments are available upon request. Please ring bell at front door for admittance.
Research and General Inquiries:
- SCHS Archives email@example.com
Books For Sale
• Billy Green and the Battle of Stoney Creek, June 6, 1813 by James Elliot
Hardcover $10.00 Softcover $5.00
• Billy Green and Balderdash David B. Clark, U.E. Douglas A Green, U.E. M. Lubell
• If Ponies Rode Men – The Journeys of Robert Land, 1777-1791 by James Elliot
Historical Photographs of Stoney Creek & Saltfleet
The Stoney Creek Historical Society has hundreds of historical photographs from the Saltfleet and Stoney Creek area at the archives.
Stoney Creek Downtown – Then & Now
Historical Maps of Stoney Creek & Saltfleet Area
The Stoney Creek historical Society has many maps and land records to help with your research.
MORE LOCAL MAPS:
We have over 75 files on area families, some containing considerable genealogical information.