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Macdonnell-Williamson House, East Hawkesbury

Macdonnell-Williamson House, East Hawkesbury

Glanmore / Phillips-Faulkner House, Belleville

Glanmore / Phillips-Faulkner House, Belleville

Without a doubt the most significant attraction in Moose Factory Ontario and a National Historic Site of Canada is the Hudson's Bay Company's Moose Factory ..

Without a doubt the most significant attraction in Moose Factory Ontario and a National Historic Site of Canada is the Hudson's Bay Company's Moose Factory ..

The Sandwich First Baptist Church National Historic Site  In Windsor Ont, Sandwich Baptist Church was one of the first stops for many slave refugees when they entered Canada. Because of its proximity to the USA, the church was also a centre for refugees trying to keep in touch and get updates on the families and friends they left behind. Spirits were high as the congregation erected a stone church in 1851, which still stands today and commemorates the efforts of the brave people who built…

The Sandwich First Baptist Church National Historic Site In Windsor Ont, Sandwich Baptist Church was one of the first stops for many slave refugees when they entered Canada. Because of its proximity to the USA, the church was also a centre for refugees trying to keep in touch and get updates on the families and friends they left behind. Spirits were high as the congregation erected a stone church in 1851, which still stands today and commemorates the efforts of the brave people who built…

Sir John Johnson House National Historic Site of Canada

Sir John Johnson House National Historic Site of Canada

Oxford-on-Rideau Township Hall, Oxford Mills

Oxford-on-Rideau Township Hall, Oxford Mills

General view of Gillies Grove showing its two-storey symmetrically organized main and garden facades with recessive side wings.; Parks Canada Agency / Agence Parcs Canada.

General view of Gillies Grove showing its two-storey symmetrically organized main and garden facades with recessive side wings.; Parks Canada Agency / Agence Parcs Canada.

The Bank of Upper Canada at 252 Adelaide Street E. was built by architect John Ewart in 1827-1834. It has been designated a National Historic Site of Canada since 1977. During the 1837 rebellion, William Lyon Mackenzie and the Reformers marched down Yonge Street to attack this building and steal the gold stored within - unsuccessfully. After the bank's collapse in 1866, it was used as a meat processing plant. It was also home to a Catholic boys school, & De LaSalle Institute.

The Bank of Upper Canada at 252 Adelaide Street E. was built by architect John Ewart in 1827-1834. It has been designated a National Historic Site of Canada since 1977. During the 1837 rebellion, William Lyon Mackenzie and the Reformers marched down Yonge Street to attack this building and steal the gold stored within - unsuccessfully. After the bank's collapse in 1866, it was used as a meat processing plant. It was also home to a Catholic boys school, & De LaSalle Institute.

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