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ACTINOLITE, FOUNDING OF

In 1853 Billa Flint (1805-94), a lumberman, member of the legislative assembly and later of the senate, built sawmills here on the Skootamatta River.



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ALBERT CARMAN 1833-1917

A commanding figure in Canadian Methodism during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Carman was born in Iroquois

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ALBERT COLLEGE

In 1854 the Methodist Episcopal Church, recognizing the need to improve the training of its clergy, began the construction of a seminary on this site.



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ASA TURNER
One of the first Baptist missionaries to serve the scattered communities along the north shore of Lake Ontario, Turner came to Upper Canada...



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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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DUNDAS STREET BURYING GROUND 1828-1874
This memorial marks a burying ground established here by the Methodist Episcopal Church in 1828.



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FORMATION OF THE METHODIST CHURCH
The largest Protestant denomination in Canada during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the Methodist Church (Canada, Newfoundland,

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HALLELUJAH WEDDING (Bridge St. United Church)

Hallelujah Weddings were distinctive Salvation Army rituals which well-wishers paid to attend and enjoy the lengthy spectacle of a lively marriage.



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JOHN WEIR FOOTE
The only chaplain in World War II to receive the Victoria Cross, John Weir Foote was born and raised in Madoc.



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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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POINT ANNE UNITED CHURCH

Point Anne was a brand-new church in the cement company town of Point Anne in 1925. When the plant closed, the church was finished.



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STONE CHURCH HASTINGS

Stone Church, one of three known cobblestone churches in Ontario, is part of a small group of cobblestone buildings in this area.



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TWEED CHURCH BELL

The bell was donated by the Epworth League in 1892 after the original bell was destroyed in a church fire.



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