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  • Marking the spot where Brock fell.
    Image       Reverse: "Marking the spot where Brock fell"
    Image     Reverse: "Marking the spot where Brock fell"
  • The Battle of Queenston Heights
    TextImage       Additional information on a title page: "Readings in Niagara Frontier History November 11, 1976 Dr. I. F. Mogavero" Booklet: p.18, map; size:22cm x 28cm
    TextImage     Additional information on a title page: "Readings in Niagara Frontier History November 11, 1976 Dr. I. F. Mogavero" Booklet: p.18, map; size:22cm x 28cm
  • Historians exaggerate Niagara frontier's importance in claiming Laura Secord saved Canada from U.S., author says
    TextImage  Fedor, John, Niagara Falls Review, 27 Jan 1972     Laura Secord. A national joke or a national heroine? The author of a new book on the famous Queenston lady -- after whom a candy empire was named -- set out to examine the Laura Secord story, a story that has remained undisturbed for years. What she found after separating ...
    TextImage  Fedor, John, Niagara Falls Review, 27 Jan 1972   Laura Secord. A national joke or a national heroine? The author of a new book on the famous Queenston lady -- after whom a candy empire was named -- set ...
  • Laura Secord's Story
    TextImageNewspaper  ONIGARA [Dorothy Walsh], The Globe     Newspaper article about Laura Secord by ONIGARA (Dorothy Walsh) with her drawing of her Laura Secord's Queenston home [copied from Mrs. Currie's book on Laura Secord]. Newspaper clipping on a page of scrapbook measuring 26 x 10 cm. Undated. With handwritten "Dorothy Walsh" on a margin. From Armstrong family collection.
    TextImageNewspaper  ONIGARA [Dorothy Walsh], The Globe   Newspaper article about Laura Secord by ONIGARA (Dorothy Walsh) with her drawing of her Laura Secord's Queenston home [copied from Mrs. Currie's book on Laura Secord]. Newspaper clipping on a ...
  • Unique summer house at Queenston
    TextImageNewspaper  The Globe, 1909     Newspaper article, in series "Men, Women and Events", about an unique summer house standing on the lawn of a Niagara River fruit farm in Queenston and made of historic wheels. With a photograph of this construction with members of Armstrong family standing at the side of it. Stained newspaper clipping ...
    TextImageNewspaper  The Globe, 1909   Newspaper article, in series "Men, Women and Events", about an unique summer house standing on the lawn of a Niagara River fruit farm in Queenston and made of historic wheels. ...
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