Other Names (also known as):
Former Name(s): White River Crossing
Originally a T&NO Railway Depot, established in 1905. Named in honour of T&NO Railway Commission Chairman Jake Englehart. Incorporated as a Town in 1908.
1Named Englehart, in honour of the Chairman of the Temiskaming & Northern Ontario Commission, Jacob L. Englehart.
Source(s) of Information: Our Timiskaming by Micheline Boucher, Douglas Clark, Lorrie Farrell, Pauline Fortier, Shane O'Brien; 1977
Place Names of Temiskaming by Bruce W. Taylor, New Liskeard: White Mountain Publications, 2000 (used with permission)
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