Lighthouse at Mississauga Point- 1909 copy of an 1804 original plan
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- Gustavus Nicolls
- J. Simpson
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- A 1909 copy of an 1804 original plan of the lighthouse that was erected on Mississauga Point, signed by Gustavus Nicolls and copied by J. Simpson. The lighthouse, the first on the Great Lakes, was dismantled in 1814 in order to build Fort Mississauga. Some of the stone from the lighthouse was also used in the creation of the Fort.
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Latitude: 43.2607769216215 Longitude: -79.0753841400146
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