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Presidents Point Mansion, Silver Islet
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Item Type
Photographs
Description
Presidents Point Mansion, Silver Islet. Built circa 1880 - summer home for President of the Silver Islet Mine, Alexander Hamilton Sibley and his wife, Marie Louise (nee Miller). President’s Point hosted royalty from Europe and industrialists and investors from America. After the mine closure and abandonment, the property was used as a campsite for Boy Scouts and visiting families. The mansion burned to the ground sometime around WWII.
Dimensions
Width: 5.5 in
Height: 3.5 in
Subject(s)
Local identifier
P1089
Collection
Thunder Bay Public Library
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 48.3334 Longitude: -88.81678
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Thunder Bay Public Library
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Brodie Resource Library

216 South Brodie Street

Thunder Bay, ON

P7E 1C2

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Presidents Point Mansion, Silver Islet


Presidents Point Mansion, Silver Islet. Built circa 1880 - summer home for President of the Silver Islet Mine, Alexander Hamilton Sibley and his wife, Marie Louise (nee Miller). President’s Point hosted royalty from Europe and industrialists and investors from America. After the mine closure and abandonment, the property was used as a campsite for Boy Scouts and visiting families. The mansion burned to the ground sometime around WWII.