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  • Relief on Laura Secord Monument, Queenston Heights
    Relief on Laura Secord Monument, Queenston Heights
    imageobject  1910,     Photograph of the raised cast relief of Laura Secord on the Laura Secord Monument located at Queenston Heights historic park.
    imageobject  1910,   Photograph of the raised cast relief of Laura Secord on the Laura Secord Monument located at Queenston Heights historic park.
    Six Nations Public Library
    1812 History
  • Laura Secord's Monument
    Laura Secord's Monument
    imageobject  1910,     This monument has been erected by the Government of Canada, to Laura Ingersoll Secordwho saved her husband's life in the battle on these heights, October 13, 1812.And who risked her own in conveying to Capt. Fitzgibbon, Information by which he won the victory of Beaver Dams Erected 1910
    imageobject  1910,   This monument has been erected by the Government of Canada, to Laura Ingersoll Secordwho saved her husband's life in the battle on these heights, October 13, 1812.And who risked her ...
    Six Nations Public Library
    1812 History
  • Laura Secord Statue, Valiants Memorial, Ottawa
    Laura Secord Statue, Valiants Memorial, Ottawa
    imageobject  2006,     Thanks to Laura Secord, nearly 500 Americans surrendered at Beaver Dams in 1813, and a British defeat was averted. She had overheard plans for a surprice attack and struggled alone through miles of dense bush to warn the commander of the British outpost.War of 1812.
    imageobject  2006,   Thanks to Laura Secord, nearly 500 Americans surrendered at Beaver Dams in 1813, and a British defeat was averted. She had overheard plans for a surprice attack and struggled alone ...
    Six Nations Public Library
    1812 History
  • The Grave of "An Unknown Brother"
    The Grave of "An Unknown Brother"
    objectimagetext  12 May 1996,     (on the headstone): "Here lieth the remains of An Unknown Brother whose body was washed ashore near the residence of Abram Martin, Esq., Louth, on 20th April 1877. This tombstone is erected to show that while deceased had only on his person certain symbols to distinguish him as a Freemason ...
    objectimagetext  12 May 1996,   (on the headstone): "Here lieth the remains of An Unknown Brother whose body was washed ashore near the residence of Abram Martin, Esq., Louth, on 20th April 1877. This tombstone ...
    Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library
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