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  • Brock's Monument, Queenston Heights. By Louis Haghe
        Ink Print, No Date, Belgium. Sketched by I. F. Bouchette On Stone by Louis Haghe
      Ink Print, No Date, Belgium. Sketched by I. F. Bouchette On Stone ...
  • Queenston, Upper Canada. By William Strickland
        A coloured ink print created in the United States of America.
      A coloured ink print created in the United States of America.
  • Queenston, Upper Canada. By William Strickland
        A coloured ink print created in the United States of America.
      A coloured ink print created in the United States of America.
  • Queenston. By William Henry Bartlett
        Engraved by J.C. Armytage. A watercolour ink print.
      Engraved by J.C. Armytage. A watercolour ink print.
  • Queenston, Or the Landing Between Lake Ontario and Lake Erie.
        A coloured ink print created in England in November 1814. At the top it states: "No. 71 of Rackermann's Repository of Arts & c. Pub.1 Nov.v 1814 at 101 Strand London."
      A coloured ink print created in England in November 1814. At the ...
  • Queenston, Or the Landing Between Lake Ontario and Lake Erie.
        A black ink print created in England in November 1814. At the top it states: "No. 71 of Rackermann's Repository of Arts & c. Pub.1 Nov.v 1814 at 101 Strand London."
      A black ink print created in England in November 1814. At the ...
  • Niagara River at Queenston with Brock's Monument.  By John Herbert Caddy
        A watercolour on paper created at Queenston.
      A watercolour on paper created at Queenston.
  • Sir Isaac Brock's Monument, Queenstown. U.C. 1804
        A pencil print of Brock's Monument and Queenston.
      A pencil print of Brock's Monument and Queenston.
  • Property plan Near Queenston Village, 1812
        A plan of property believed to be near Queenston Village, Niagara Township #1. The document is hand drawn. The document is undated but does have a paper water mark dated 1812.
      A plan of property believed to be near Queenston Village, Niagara Township ...
  • Land Indenture Between Samuel Street, Esquire and Samuel Street Jr.- June 16, 1812
        An original, handwritten indenture between Samuel Street, Esquire and Samuel Street Jr. for lots seventeen and nineteen in Queenston. Street, along with his partner Thomas Clark, owned Niagara Falls Mills and was one of the largest money-lenders and financiers in Upper Canada.
      An original, handwritten indenture between Samuel Street, Esquire and Samuel Street Jr. ...
  • The Colonial Advocate Newspaper- October 14, 1824
        An original copy of the October 14, 1824 copy of the Advocate. Articles of interest include the “Anniversary of the Battle of Queenston Heights”, “The Re-internment”, and “Brittain Cherishes the Memory of her Departed Heroes”. Size: (Framed) 60.2 X 42.5 CM
      An original copy of the October 14, 1824 copy of the Advocate. ...
  • Letter from Joseph Clement Reporting the Status of Guards Between Queenston and Corbin's Inn, 1812
        This is a letter from Joseph Clement, Ensign of the 1st Regiment of the Lincoln Militia, concerning the guards located between the Queenston Camp and Corbin’s Inn. He stated that he visited them between 2 and 5 pm and found them to be present and alert. On the back of ...
      This is a letter from Joseph Clement, Ensign of the 1st Regiment ...
  • Map: Laura Secord’s Route from Queenston to Beaverdams
        A handwritten map of Laura Secord’s route from Queenston to Beaverdams during the War of 1812. There is also a short history of the map itself included. It is black ink on three pieces of cream paper. It is believed that this map was made for Mrs. Curzon when writing ...
      A handwritten map of Laura Secord’s route from Queenston to Beaverdams during ...
  • Military Commission of Robert Nelles- June 25, 1802
        A certificate of Commission for Robert Nelles (1761-1842), Esquire, as Deputy Lieutenant. It is signed by Robert Hamilton, Lieutenant, County Lincoln, and Francis Goring, his secretary, in Queenston.
      A certificate of Commission for Robert Nelles (1761-1842), Esquire, as Deputy Lieutenant. ...
  • Lewiston Landing and Queenston Heights, U.C.
        ILLUSTRATIONS FOR HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK BY JOHN W. BARBER AND HENRY HOME, Wood engravings on paper created in the United Stares of America.
      ILLUSTRATIONS FOR HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK BY JOHN ...
  • "Where Gen. Brock died. Queenston. Oct. 13, 1812." by Clara Mason
        "House where General Brock died, Queenston, Ont."
      "House where General Brock died, Queenston, Ont."
  • The Niagara Gleaner Newspaper- September 28, 1833
        This copy of the Niagara Gleaner’s contains a notice regarding the application for a charter to construct a railway from the Welland Canal to the ferry on the Niagara River at Clifton below the Falls of Niagara (Queenston). Overall Measurement: (framed) 69 cm long X 86 cm wide
      This copy of the Niagara Gleaner’s contains a notice regarding the application ...
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