New book describes Canadian city hallowed with century-old fame
PETERBOROUGH, Ontario, August 28, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, is recognized as a city hallowed by a hundred-year-old fame, as it contains the most famous hydraulic wonder in the world, Peterborough Elevator Lock, Lock 21 of the TrentSevern Waterway, which was designed by Madame Daphne Jane Rogers Molson’s great-great-uncle, Richard Birdsall Rogers and open July 9, 1904. He celebrated his centenary on July 9, 2004. The City of Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, its city was incorporated on July 1, 1905, on Dominion Day, and it celebrated its centenary, July 1, 2005.
“Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, City Hallowed In Centennial Fame, Remember You And Your Famous Name “(published by Xlibris) describes the city of Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, the centennial celebration of Lock 21 of the Trent-Severn Waterway, the famous hydraulic wonder of the world, the Peterborough Lift Lock and the famous Rogers families of Molson who were descendants of Americans, forced by the tyranny of the American Revolution and the Franco-Indian War to establish new homes in Canada.
This book contains words of love for peace, the international fame of the poet of Molson, music concerts, piano compositions for his son, Georges molson, Molson Hockey Night In Canada, Bobby hull and Mario lemieux, the Canadian born Hockey Hall of Fame superstars, her chorale Vouchsafe for her many young married friends, her chorale for humanity and God, her national song, “We Are United Empire Loyalists of Canada“sent the Royal Patrons of UELAC, HRH Elizabeth II, HRH William mountbatten, and 22 branches of UELAC, letters of appreciation from the Prime Minister Justin trudeau and House of Commons MP Maryam Monsef, fine art illustrations, photographs, artist exhibits, art directors, curators, artist friends and sponsors.
This book also includes the life and fame of the Canadian author and founder of the Canadian Authors’ Association celebrated on the centenary of 2021; Stephen leacock, and its former CAA members; from Canada giants of literature who lived in Peterborough and Lakefield, Ontario; Robertson Davies and Marguerite Atwood, and introduces the CAA. Molson’s book ends with wishes Canada and the sponsorship by American artists and the arts council of all creative artists and all created arts also creates national artistic dynasties which forever unite the humanity of countries to create and publish creation.
“I want readers to enjoy the historic experience of a Canadian city that has become famous, its citizens have made wealth and power out of their affairs, and the desired dynasties have been completed that remain active, and I hope that others might be inspired to do the same or wish to come visit Peterborough and I wish everyone to enjoy my poetry, my musical compositions and my concerts, my art illustrations and my photographs, as well as the success stories of all the artistic directors and curators in sponsoring me , a Peterborough multimedia artist and sponsors and everyone are thanked for their kindness in giving me the life of an artist, ”says Molson. For more details on the book, please visit https://www.xlibris.com/en/bookstore/bookdetails/617439-peterborough-ontario-canada-city-hallowed-in-centennial-fame-remember-you-and-your-famous-name
“Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, City hallowed in centennial fame, remember yourself and your famous name ”
Through Mrs Daphne Jane Rogers Molson
Hardcover | 6 x 9 inches | 374 pages | ISBN 9781664180208
Soft cover | 6 x 9 inches | 374 pages | ISBN 9781664180215
Electronic book | 374 pages | ISBN 9781664180192
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About the Author
Mrs Daphne Jane Rogers Molson is a Canadian, Member, International Who’s Who Golden Poet, Graduate Laureate, American Multi-Billionaire, Howard Ely, publisher and owner of Watermark Press. Since 1997, Howard’s International Library of Poetry anthologies, America In The Millennium, The Colors of Life, The Best Poems and Poets, The International Who’s Who In Poetry, Poetry.com, The Sound of Poetry tapes, records, electronic collections and the Les International Society of Poets conventions and symposia have acclaimed Molson’s evocative, meaningful and purposefully woven humor, satire, pathos of war and peace, demand for peace and prayer, inspiring prose and poems of human love are the essence of this book.
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