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Old Fort Erie

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Internet: http://www.itcwebdesigns.com/old_fort_erie_ca.html

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Whenever you visit Canada and especially Ontario don't miss to learn something about our history. This must not be boring and should include more than museums. There are related events with lots of action at historical places such as forts. Old Fort Erie is such a place.

The Siege of Fort Erie

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Niagara Parks (check their web site)
Internet: http://www.itcwebdesigns.com/siege_of_fort_erie_british_attack.html
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This annual and spectacular event is performed by volunteers from the USA and Canada. It brings back the historical attempt by the British army to reconquer the fort which was in the hands of American troops. Visit the camps of both parties. Participate in the "Lantern Tour".

Fort George in Niagara on the Lake

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Internet: http://www.itcwebdesigns.com/fort_george_ca.html

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Follow us on a brief tour through Fort George. Do not miss an actual visit. Check for special events!

Jordan

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Province: Ontario; Tourist Region: Festival Country
Internet: http://www.itcwebdesigns.com/jordan_ca.htm

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Jordan and its surroundings are a very lovely part of the Niagara peninsula. Nestled between vineyards and fruit gardens it is one of my favorite destinations when we have visitors and I want to show them our area. The Location has a relative long history and all the old houses are nicely renovated. Many of them have been converted into small galleries, stores and boutiques. I was especially attracted by one which sells sculptures and other art work created by the Inuit and Iroquois. Visit the museum to learn more about the history of this area.

Fanshawe Pioneer Location in London

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Fanshawe Pioneer Location, 2609 Fanshawe PARK RD. E., London, ON N5X 4A1, Phone: 519-457-1296, Fax:: 519-457-3364


Internet: http://www.itcwebdesigns.com/fanshawe_ca.html

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The Location shows how life was in the country side during the 19 th. century in this area. Historical buildings have been moved to this park or replicas have been built to demonstrate this. We always approached friendly interpreters in historical costumes which could explain everything. Our web site will give you a little impression what to expect.

Sainte-Marie among the Hurons

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Internet: http://www.itcwebdesigns.com/sainte_marie_1ca.htm


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Samuel de Champlain, the founder of New France as Canada was called at that time, considered Christianizing as essential for a colonization. Only few Europeans had settled at this time in what we call today Canada and I learned that this was the first settlement in today's Ontario. For that reason Champlain supported the French Jesuits when they started to built a mission station in 1639 on the banks of the Wye River. It was called "Sainte-Marie among the Hurons". Hurons was the name which the French used for the Wendat nation.

Huronia Museum and Huron Ouendat Location

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Internet: http://www.itcwebdesigns.com/huronia_1ca.htm

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The Location shows how the Hurons lived before the arrival of the first European settlers. Soon a friendship between these native people and the Jesuits was established. The Hurons lived in fortified Location and did farming in the surrounding fields. They planted mainly corn, beans, some kind of pumpkin and sunflowers. Corn was one of the main sources for food

Discovery Harbour at Penetanguishene Bay

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Internet: http://www.itcwebdesigns.com/discovery_harbour_1ca.htm

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Visit Discovery Harbour and join a guided tour. It is fun and you will learn many things about the living conditions in a military base at the beginning of the 19th century.

The Battle of Waterloo 1815

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Internet: http://www.napoleon-battles.com/

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A very interesting web site which can keep you for hours on your computer! Many videos are included in this site.