The Swamp Ward and Inner Harbour History Project aims to document the twentieth-century history of two of the oldest neighbourhoods of Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Until the early 1970s, the Inner Harbour was a vital industrial area of the city, complete with railroads, factories, and docks; the Swamp Ward, adjacent to it, was where workers and their families lived, went to school, went to church, shopped, and played. Through archival research and oral history, SWIHHP will bring people, time periods, spaces, and issues into Kingston’s story that have usually stood in the shadow of nineteenth-century limestone buildings and illustrious politicians. This website documents our work in progress. We invite former and present community members to suggest questions, activities, sources, and priorities as we proceed!