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Bloody Assize Historical Plaque

362 Wilson Street East Ancaster

Treason trials were held in Ancaster to convict some of the men involved in raids that took place in 1813 and 1814. Eight men are executed by hanging in 1814 in sight of the garris...

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Burlington Heights Historical Plaque

777 York Blvd Hamilton

Burlington Heights was occupied by the British military from 1813 until 1815. The property was turned into a fortified supply depot and was a main staging area for British forces o...

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Dundurn National Historic Site

610 York Blvd. Hamilton

Dundurn Castle - Experience a guided tour of this 40-room Italianate-style villa built in the 1830’s on Burlington Heights; the former site of a fortified military encampment est...

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Hamilton Military Museum

610 York Blvd. Hamilton

Burlington Heights where Dundurn Castle and The Hamilton Military Museum now stand was occupied by the British military from 1813 until 1815. Blood Ties to a Gentle Landscape tells...

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Smith's Knoll

74 King Street West Stoney Creek

Historical records indicate that following the Battle of Stoney Creek, some of the soldiers were buried here in a mass grave. In 1899, Allan Smith, while ploughing on this rise of ...

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Westfield Heritage Village

1049 Kirkwall Road Rockton

Westbrook Home, one of the oldest surviving buildings from Brant County, is currently being re-constructed at Westfield. The timber frame house was witness to the last land battle ...

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