As part of our commitment to preserve and present Oshawa’s history, the following resources and online exhibitions are available to explore and enjoy.
The Oshawa Museum Blog is an extension of the Museum and our mission - it is updated weekly with a variety of posts related to our community's history.
- Archaeology in Oshawa
- COVID-19 in Oshawa
- Discover Historic Oshawa
- Education in Oshawa: Olive French
- ES Shrapnel Sketches
- Industry in Oshawa
- Lakeview Park 100
- Letters from the Trenches
- Oshawa Immigration Stories
- Oshawa Photographers
- Rebellion of 1837
- Street Name Stories, featuring the artwork of Eric Sangwine
- Where Were You in '67
Do you want to research the history of your home? This document is a good place to start, compiled in partnership with the Oshawa Museum and Heritage Oshawa.
Indexes and finding aids are tools that help researchers find information in a specific record group, collection, or series of archival materials. We have developed a number of finding aids and indexes for certain collections.
- Oshawa Museum's Online Database
- Oshawa's Historic Newspapers - Oshawa Museum Collection
- Oshawa's Historic Newspapers - Oshawa Public Libraries Collection