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Birthplace of Ice Hockey
Windsor,  Nova  Scotia, Canada – c. 1800
by Garth Vaughan © 2001
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Birthplace
Overview


Long Pond Story
Long Version
Short Version


Supporting Maps
1786 – "Plan" for King’s
Windsor – Anson Map
1871 – Church Map
1879 – Hendry Map
1880 – Roe Bros Map

1878 – Bird’s Eye View


BIG Maps
1786 – "Plan" for King’s
Windsor – Anson Map
1871 – Church Map
Aerial View/Church
1879 – Hendry Map
1880 – Roe Bros Map

1878 – Bird’s Eye View
Map to Long Pond

Other
1842 – TCH/King’s Deed

Compilation of Maps

Tourism Links

Long Pond Photos

 

 

John Clark’s Warf

In 1800, John Clarke, as an exporter of Gypsum, and Neal McGeachy, as owner of a vessel, petitioned the government for waterlots, and were granted same at what is now the end of Albert Street [Avon River, Windsor, Nova Scotia] …

Excerpt From:
Leslie Loomer
Windsor, A Journey in History
Sg Ref 971.635 L863W
Pub. 1996
Pg 120


NOTE: Move your cursor over the picture to show the printing more clearly.
John Clark Esquire – Warfe
Excerpt from – Crown Lands Office – Plans in the Hants County Portfolio – #13 Layout of Lots on Road to Falmouth [undated – c. 1800]
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