Historical Plaques by REGION
Click the pins on the map below to discover the plaques in your local area and beyond. Discover the history of your own community!
Location of #1 Instrument Flying School, Camp Mohawk, April 2, 1943, August 31, 1945... READ MORE
Born at Deseronto, Kerr attended schools here and in Toronto. With the outbreak of the First World War,... READ MORE
This handsome church attests to the remarkable historic alliance of the Mohawk people with the Crown.... READ MORE
Ontario's rich forests provided raw materials for Deseronto's timber industries...
Led by Deserontyon (Captain John), a group of Mohawks, supporters of the British during the American Revolution, in 1784 became...
These plaques commemorate a Mohawk trail that has been used for more than 200 years.... READ MORE
Two plaques in a small roadside park near Deseronto describe the Mohawks who landed on the shore of the Bay of Quinte in 1784.... READ MORE
The renowned Mohawk chief orator and physician was buried in this churchyard.... READ MORE