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Windsor,  Nova  Scotia, Canada – c. 1800
by Garth Vaughan © 2001
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Long Pond Story
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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

 

 

Excerpt from Ambrose Church's "Map of Windsor 1871" showing old circuitous route by which King's used to reach downtown Windsor and the new route secured by the land trade made in 1842 between Haliburton and King's College, Windsor, NS
Excerpt from Ambrose Church’s "Map of Windsor 1871" showing Haliburton’s "Clifton Grove" next to King’s College,
Windsor, Nova Scotia grounds.

Colour Key

The Red Line indicates the old circuitous route by which King’s College students, etc. used to reach downtown Windsor via College Lane, College Road and King Street.

The Green Line indicates the new route secured by the land trade made in 1842 between Haliburton and his Alma Mater in which Haliburton gained the field containing :Long Pond", indicated by the Blue Line.

The Orange Line shows present day Clifton Extension, a continuation of old Clifton Avenue and a bus route, built up across Haliburton’s Long Pond, which is empty much of the year.

The Blue Line indicates an approximate outline of "the field containing the long pond" gained by Haliburton by the trade with King’s College in 1842.


The Above Map is Altered. It was originally a portion of –
"Windsor 1871" – by Ambrose Church
Map shows extensive household and business names from 1871 Windsor, NS
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