Muddy York Book Signing

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Come visit me at Toronto's First Post Office, at 260 Adelaide Street East, for my first public signing of my new book, "Muddy York : A History of Toronto Until 1834".

It will be a laidback and casual event. At 1:00 o'clock, I'll give a presentation of about 30 minutes on the lives of two historical characters who were "biographical bookends" of the Old Town of York. John Graves Simcoe is often almost solely credited as establishing the town, but left it forever in 1796. William Lyon Mackenzie arrived in the 1820s, and oversaw the incorporation of the old town into the City of Toronto, and changed Toronto history forever!

Our venue at Toronto's First Post Office is pretty small, with seating for only about 15 people for the presentation. If you plan to make it for the talk, please send me a private message or email me at richard@muddyyorktours.com. Space is very limited and will be strictly on a "first come, first seated" basis.

Even if you can't make it for the talk at 1 o'clock, I will be at the post office till about 3:30 so you can swing by to pick up a copy of my new book.

Please let me know if you are planning to drop by for either the short talk at the beginning, or any time in the afternoon, so I can get a sense of how many copies of my book to bring. I'll be at the post office till about 3:30, or till copies run out!

I can be reached through private message here, at richard@muddyyorktours.com or by telephone at 416 487 9017.

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