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Photos by Alan L Brown - Posted June, 2009
Photo by contributor Wayne Adam - Posted October, 2010
Coordinates: N 42 39.955 W 81 12.716
Kettle Creek was called by the Iroquois the "Kanagio", by the Ojibwas the "Akiksibi", by the French the "Riviére Tonti". Among early visitors were: Louis Jolliet, September, 1669; Dollier and Galinée, April 1670; the Celoron expedition, October, 1749; Sir William Johnson, 26th August, 1761; Colonel Thomas Talbot, 1801; Lord Stanley, 1824. First settler, John Bostwick, 1804. General Brock's expedition encamped on the beach, 9th August, 1812, on its way to Detroit.
Other plaques mentioning Sir Isaac Brock
Sir Isaac Brock (1769-1812)
Major-General Sir Isaac Brock, K.B., 1769-1812
The Battle of Queenston Heights
The Capture of Detroit
Fort Amherstburg (Fort Malden)
The Francois Baby House
Hull's Landing 1812
The Long Point Settlement
Robert Nichol c.1774-1824
Sir Roger Hale Sheaffe 1763-1851
War of 1812
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