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Port Stanley

Port Stanley

Photos by Alan L Brown - Posted June, 2009

Port Stanley

Photo by contributor Wayne Adam - Posted October, 2010

Plaque Location

The County of Elgin
The Municipality of Central Elgin
In Port Stanley, at the downtown intersection of
Roads 23 and 4


Coordinates: N 42 39.955 W 81 12.716

Map

Plaque Text

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.

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Colonel The Honourable Thomas Talbot 1771-1853
The Talbot Settlement

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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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Settlements

Other Plaques in Port Stanley
The London and Port Stanley Railway
Lieutenant-Colonel John Bostwick 1780-1849

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Central Elgin Plaques




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