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BRITISH COMMONWEALTH AIR TRAINING PLAN (DESER

Location of #1 Instrument Flying School, Camp Mohawk, April 2, 1943, August 31, 1945



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CAPTAIN GEORGE FRASER KERR

Born at Deseronto, Kerr attended schools here and in Toronto. With the outbreak of the First World War,



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CHRIST CHURCH, HER MAJESTY'S CHAPEL ROYAL  OF

This handsome church attests to the remarkable historic alliance of the Mohawk people with the Crown.



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DESERONTO INDUSTRIES

Ontario's rich forests provided raw materials for Deseronto's timber industries

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DESERONTO, FOUNDING OF

Led by Deserontyon (Captain John), a group of Mohawks, supporters of the British during the American Revolution, in 1784 became

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MOHAWK HERITAGE TRAIL

These plaques commemorate a Mohawk trail that has been used for more than 200 years.



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MOHAWKS

Two plaques in a small roadside park near Deseronto describe the Mohawks who landed on the shore of the Bay of Quinte in 1784.



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ORONHYATEKHA

The renowned Mohawk chief orator and physician was buried in this churchyard.



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