Hastings Historical Plaques

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SAMUEL THOMAS GREENE

Samuel Greene was the first deaf teacher to teach deaf children in the Ontario school system.



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SELMA BOCHNEK
This Splash Pad is named in honour of Selma Bochnek, an individual who has contributed remarkably to the City of Belleville Community.

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SIMPSON'S TAVERN
In 1797 James and Margaret Simpson had a small log tavern at the southeast corner of this intersection.

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SINKING OF THE MAYFLOWER
This is the story of a dead man saving three people from drowning.

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SIR JOHN A. MACDONALD HERITAGE TRAIL
Sir John A Macdonald had great political friends in Belleville.

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SIR MACKENZIE BOWELL (1823-1917)
Born in England, this printer and publisher represented North Hastings in Parliament from 1867 to 1892.



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SIR MACKENZIE BOWELL K.C.M.G. 1823-1917
The first Prime Minister of Canada, Bowell was born in Suffolk, England and came to Belleville with his parents in 1833.



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STIRLING

This farming town northwest of Belleville features a number of historic buildings bearing plaques describing the original uses of those structures.



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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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STU MEEKS RESCUE DOCK
This dock is dedicated in honour of the late Councillor "Stu" Meeks, member of council for the City of Belleville for 27 years.



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SURVEY MONUMENT

The first survey in the Quinte area. Near this site in 1785, Lewis Kotte, deputy provincial surveyor, commenced the running of the boundary line ...

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SUSANNA MOODIE & J.W. DUNBAR MOODIE
Susanna Moodie and her husband John Wedderburn Moodie were two prominent Belleville writers in the mid-19th century.



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SUSANNA MOODIE COTTAGE
Born in England, Mrs. Moodie immigrated to Upper Canada with her husband in 1832.



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