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Birthplace of Ice Hockey
Windsor,  Nova  Scotia, Canada – c. 1800
by Garth Vaughan © 2001
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Sports
Snowshoe Club
Cricket
Athletic Sports
Cogswell Cricket Prize
Gymnasium
Football (Rugby)
Season End
Icy "Three Elms" Path
Cricket Pitch/Cattle

Vroom "Roomate"
Cricket
Fishing
Skating Carnival

Weather and Other
Eulogy – McCawley
New Acadia
Grounds and Woods
Windsor Scenery
Electric Light
Adjoining Clifton
Ornamental Trees
Filling “Bog Pond”

 

King’s College Record

Feb 1880
Vinsoriana

Of late walking by the short way into Windsor has been very bad; for several days it was almost impossible to go along the part of the road which passes the Three Elms, without slipping over the steep bank, as it was one glib sheet of ice.

On Tuesday evening a large number were present at the Rink in Windsor, it being the last band-night before lent; we were glad to see many of the students there enjoying themselves. The Rink has not been much frequented this winter, it seems a great pity that more do not take the advantage of healthy recreation afforded them.


Excerpt From:
King’s College Record – Vol 2
King’s College, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Library
– King’s College Archive

 

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