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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

 

 


A Plan of Lands Proposed by John Clarke Esquire for the Academy or College at Windsor 1789

This plan shows a 69 acres strip off of what is now known as College Road in Windsor. It shows two "Ponds of water never dry in any Season" the ponds being in close proximity on the Northwestern boundary. It also shows John Clarke’s "Plaister (plaster) of Paris" (Gypsum Quarry) above the location of the two ponds, closer to the Northern boundary of the property

See Close Up of Ponds and Quarry

A Plan of Lands Proposed by John Clarke Esquire for the Academy or College at Windsor – 25th Sept. 1789
NSARM -Nova Scotia Archives & Records Management
F/239-1789
Shows – 69 acres
Shows – "Ponds of water never dry in any Season" (2 ponds in close proximity on the Northwestern boundary)
Shows – John Clarke’s "Plaister (plaster) of Paris" (Gypsum Quarry) on land exchanged by King’s College and T.C. Haliburton in 1842.
NOTE: This proposal made 3 years after the land was granted to him.

 

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