Amherstburg, Ontario, Canada


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Amherstburg, Ontario, Canada
Publisher: Souvenir views of Windsor, Ontario Canada : a Dominion Series View Book. Published: Ottawa, Ontario : Photogelatine Engraving Co. Ltd, [1935]
Date: 1935
Type(s): Photograph
Language: English
Source: Souvenir views of Windsor, Ontario Canada : a Dominion Series View Book. Published: Ottawa, Ontario : Photogelatine Engraving Co. Ltd, [1935]
Notes: Top Left: Site of British Ship Yards, 1812, now Waterworks Park; Top Right: Eliza's Cottage where Eliza of Uncle Tom's Cabin fame took refuge in slavery days: the old Elliot House (south side, looking north); Bottom Left: Mess House, Old Fort Malden : the only original building left of the war of 1812; Bottom Right: from an old painting of the enchanted haunts of old Amherstburg, Canada. Fort Malden, as it appeared in 1812 when Barclay's fleet sailed out to meet its fate at Put-In-Bay.
Subject(s): Waterworks Park (Amherstburg)
Elliott House (Amherstburg)
Fort Malden (Amherstburg)
Parks
Houses
Military Buildings
War of 1812
Underground Railroad
Place(s): Amherstburg (Ontario)
Rights: Public Domain
Repository: University of Windsor. Leddy Library
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