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
A commanding figure in Canadian Methodism during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Carman was born in Iroquois...
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.... READ MORE
One of the first Baptist missionaries to serve the scattered communities along the north shore of Lake Ontario, Turner came to Upper Canada... ... READ MORE
This handsome church attests to the remarkable historic alliance of the Mohawk people with the Crown.... READ MORE
This memorial marks a burying ground established here by the Methodist Episcopal Church in 1828. ... READ MORE
The largest Protestant denomination in Canada during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the Methodist Church (Canada, Newfoundland,... READ MORE
Hallelujah Weddings were distinctive Salvation Army rituals which well-wishers paid to attend and enjoy the lengthy spectacle of a lively marriage.... READ MORE
The only chaplain in World War II to receive the Victoria Cross, John Weir Foote was born and raised in Madoc. ... READ MORE
These plaques commemorate a Mohawk trail that has been used for more than 200 years.... READ MORE
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.... 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 bell was donated by the Epworth League in 1892 after the original bell was destroyed in a church fire.
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