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Freemasonry In Upper Canada
Thursday October 12, 2023
Our summer Program Assistant, Robyn Weishar, delves into the history of Freemasonry in Upper Canada.
Niagara Reporter article, Sept 14, 1837
Tuesday September 12, 2023
On this Day, September 12, 186 years ago, the government of Upper Canada instructed that Solomon Moseby, a freedom seeker, be handed over to American authorities to face charges of horse theft.
Not the Lone Ranger
Thursday August 10, 2023
John Sayers dives into the story behind another great postcard from Niagara Camp.
Gold images and archives from the Museum's collection
Tuesday July 4, 2023
Our Summer Program Assistant, Robyn, explores the history of golf in Niagara-on-the-Lake with one of North America's oldest golf courses.
First 2SLGBTQ+ Rights Protest held in Ottawa, 1971. Credit Ottawa Journal
Thursday June 8, 2023
For Pride Month, Assistant Curator, Shawna Butts, explores the history of the persecution of 2SLGBTQ+ people in Niagara-on-the-Lake.
A panoramic view of Queen Street as it was in 1945, beside a composite image of the proposed renovation of the street.
Wednesday May 3, 2023
Barbara Worthy finds that the coronation of King Charles III coincides with an important anniversary for the Town of Niagara-on-the-Lake.