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Janssen, Eva. “Agreement reached on limestone areas.” London Free Press, Clipping from Local History of Beachville Book No. 3, Beachville District Museum Reference Library. 

Kilcup, Marion. The Descendants of Thomas Downing Sr. and the History of Lime in the Beachville Area. Hamilton, Ontario: Mekler & Deahl, 1995.

Konya, Anthony. “Blasting Through the Ages: Explosive Advancement Through the Ages.” Pit & Quarry, July 20, 2020. greek-fire-to-sophisticated-solutions/. 

“Lifts Water 100ft. Keep Quarry Clear.” Newspaper clipping, Majorie Cropp Files, Beachville District Museum Reference Library.  

Machan, Hilary. “BeachviLime Hopes Two New Ponds Cuts Dust, Dirt Reaching Thames River.” Woodstock Sentinel Review, July 15, 1997. 

Machan, Hilary. “Residents near quarry concerned over company’s blasting operations.” Woodstock Sentinel Review, Clipping from Local History of Beachville Book No. 3, Beachville District Museum Reference Library. 

Machan, Hilary. “Quarry blast sends rocks flying into cemetery.” Woodstock Sentinel Review, Clipping from Local History of Beachville Book No. 3, Beachville District Museum Reference Library.  

“New Cyanamid Unit.” Wall Street Journal. January 2, 1935.  

“No Strike Settlement in View After 3 Weeks.” Woodstock Sentinel Review, Oxford County Archives, October 21, 1975.        

Ontario Stone, Sand & Gravel Association. Aggregates Build Ontario. Mississauga: OSSGA, 2015. 

Piringer, Hannes. “Lime Shaft Kilns.” Energy Procedia 120 (2017): 75–95.

Polvere, Michael. “Out of Water.” The Daily Sentinel Review, March 18, 2003.

Polvere, Michael. “Money Pits.” The Daily Sentinel Review, March 19, 2003.

« Portes ouvertes en ligne : Oxford-Ingersoll. » Portes ouvertes Ontario, Fiducie du patrimoine ontarien.

Saunder, W. L. “The History of the Rock Drill.” Mines and Minerals 31 (1911): 18–19.

Schmitt, John. “In Detail: Columnist John Schmitt’s First Bucyrus Erie 20W.” The Driller, September 21, 2020. schmitts-first-bucyrus-erie-20w. 

“Shaft Kiln.” AGICO Cement, May 30, 2022.  

Smulders, Marilyn. “Thar’s still plenty of lime in them Beachville hills.” The Daily Sentinel Review (Tuesday, March 28, 1989), 8C. Local History of Beachville Book No. 3. Beachville District Museum Reference Library.

Southwestern Public Health. “Beachville Area Air Quality Community Update.” Southwestern Public Health, September 2019. 

Stacey, Megan. Woodstock Sentinel Review, August 19, 2015, Beachville District Museum Reference Library, Oxford County Archives.   

“The Flood of April 1937.” Upper Thames River Conservation Authority, May 31, 2021.

“The Lime Quarries – Oxford’s Oldest Industry.” Clipping from Beachville District Museum Reference Library. 

The Thames River Background Study Research Team. “The Thames River Watershed: A Background Study for Nomination under the Canadian Heritage Rivers System.” London, ON. Upper Thames River Conservation Authority, 1998. 

West Oxford Women’s Institute Book Committee. The Axe and the Wheel: A History of West Oxford Township. Tillsonburg, Ontario: Otter Publishing, 1974.  

Williams, Arthur. “Stone That Was Burned Began A Major Industry.” Clipping from Nadalin scrapbook, Beachville District Museum Reference Library.