Historical Plaques by TOPIC
Click the pins on the map below to discover the plaques in your local area and beyond. Discover the history of your own community!
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.... READ MORE
This imposing structure was erected in 1872-73 to house the public market and administrative offices of the rapidly expanding municipality of Belleville.
Belleville Collegiate Institute and Vocational School stood on this site on land set aside for educational purposes in the municip...
This imposing house is a fine example of the Second Empire style which was popular in Canada in the 1870s and 1880s. ... READ MORE
The Grand Trunk was incorporated in 1853 to run from Sarnia to Portland, Maine.... READ MORE
The Council of the Corporation of the City of Belleville purchased the Hume Arena on June 26, 1946 ... READ MORE
This farming town northwest of Belleville features a number of historic buildings bearing plaques describing the original uses of those structures.... READ MORE
Stone Church, one of three known cobblestone churches in Ontario, is part of a small group of cobblestone buildings in this area.... READ MORE
The door of the old Trenton Post Office has taken an official pounding......
The bell was donated by the Epworth League in 1892 after the original bell was destroyed in a church fire.
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