Hastings Historical Plaques

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MACKENZIE'S MILLS
Water-powered mills were a vital necessity in the lives of pioneering settlements.

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MADOC, 385 ARMY CADETS

With war threatening n Europe in 1913, a cadet corps was formed in Madoc from the student body of the high school.



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MADOC, FOUNDING OF

Mills constructed about 1832 by Donald MacKenzie, a Belleville merchant, and the ironworks erected by American entrepreneurs Uriah Seymour and John Pendergas

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MARCHMONT DISTRIBUTION HOME 1875-1925
From 1875 to 1925, about 10,000 orphaned...

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MARKET SQUARE BELLEVILLE
Belleville's Market Square is more than two hundred years old.

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MARMORA IRONWORKS 1823

In 1821 an Irish immigrant, Charles Hayes, began building here one of the province's earliest smelters and foundries, which by June, 1823, was ready to p

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MEMORIAL ARENA
The Council of the Corporation of the City of Belleville purchased the Hume Arena on June 26, 1946



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MERRILL DENISON 1893-1975
A prolific and accomplished playwright, Denison was born in Detroit and raised in Ontario.

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MINERS OF MARMORA AND LAKE

Marmora is Upper Canada's first pioneer irontown, established in 1821. The iron ore works gave life to mines in Blairton, Belmont and Ma

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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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MONCK ROAD

This colonization road was constructed for the dual purpose of opening up a wilderness area to settlement...



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MOUNT PELION

Mount Pelion in the heart of Trenton offers a splendid view of the Trent River valley and the Bay of Quinte. Follow in the steps of Samuel de Champlain!

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MOUNT ST. PATRICK CEMETERY
PLAQUE TEXT: There is no plaque, other than the large memorial boulder that was placed in the cemetery in 2018. Still, there's a fascinating story here. <

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