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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

 

 



Map of how to get to Haliburton’s Long Pond

Written Directions –
– Take Highway 101 – Nesbitt Street/Exit 6 to Water Street
– Turn left onto Gerrish Street
(Windsor Hockey Heritage Society – Hockey Museum resides at 128 Gerrish Street at the corner of Gerrish and Grey Streets, Next to the Mermaid Theatre building)
– Turn left onto Grey Street
– Travel two blocks to a five-way stop
(To your left you’ll see the "Meander In" B&B corner of Albert Street and Clifton Avenue)
– Take the left fork onto Clifton Avenue which
OR
Follow Clifton Avenue which turns into Clifton Extension
The "Haliburton House" bus route entrance off of Clifton Extension travels right through "Haliburton’s Long Pond"

Parking for Haliburton House Museum is up the hill, behind the House.

 

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