Ontario Visual Heritage Project

Introduction

Simcoe's Plan

War of 1812

Moravians

Baldoon Mystery

A Place of Refuge

Dresden

Elgin Settlement

Talbot Road

Bothwell's Boom

Civil War

Conclusion

Classic Coachworks

Even though Canada was known as the land of the free and was a haven for escaped slaves, its residents weren't always so tolerant. In the face of discrimination and racism there was a group of men from North Buxton that formed the National Unity Association in the late 1940's. This small group of men helped change Canadian legislation to create the Fair Employments Act and the Fair Accommodations Act.

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