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Sheguiandah National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Manitoulin Island, Ontario Aboriginal peoples came to quarry the local outcrops of quartzite, leaving an integrated cultural and environmental record
Macdonell-Williamson House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Chute à Blondeau / Pointe-Fortune, Ontario Stone Palladian residence of prominent fur trader, 1817-19
Stratford City Hall National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Stratford, Ontario Picturesque civic building, 1898-1900
Mnjikaning Fish Weirs National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Atherley, Ontario Largest and best preserved wooden fish weirs known in eastern North America, in use from about 3300 B.C.
Old Hay Bay Church National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Napanee, Ontario Associated with settlement of Methodists and their social and political contributions
Roselawn National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Kingston, Ontario Neoclassical country villa, 1841
Castle Kilbride National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Baden, Ontario Superb interior mural decoration
Cox Terrace National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Peterborough, Ontario Second Empire style brick row housing, 1884
Wilberforce Red Cross Outpost National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Wilberforce, Ontario Exemplifies the key role of nurses in providing health care and health education in isolated areas
Frenchman's Creek National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Fort Erie, Ontario Site of British victory; War of 1812
Battle of Crysler's Farm National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Morrisburg, Ontario Site of one of decisive battles of War of 1812; British victory over Americans; ends American attempt to capture Montreal
Fourth York Post Office National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Toronto, Ontario Rare post office/residence; 1832-35
Former Brockville Post Office National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Brockville, Ontario Symbol of federal government in small community
Former Port Perry Town Hall National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Port Perry, Ontario Fine example of a municipal meeting hall, 1873
Peterborough Lift Lock National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Peterborough, Ontario World's highest hydraulic lift lock, 1896-1904
Annandale House (Tillsonburg Museum) National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Tillsonburg, Ontario Decorative interior, Aesthetic Movement in Canada; major impact on domestic architecture in Canada, 1881-83
Bridge Island / Chimney Island National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Chimney Island, Ontario British blockhouse and battery, protected route downstream to Montreal; War of 1812
Frontenac County Court House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Kingston, Ontario Monumental Neoclassical court house facing Lake Ontario; opened in 1858
Huron County Gaol National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Goderich, Ontario Distinctive octagonal jail design, 1839-41
Leeds and Grenville County Court House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Brockville, Ontario Neoclassical colonial courthouse, 1840s
Middlesex County Court House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) London, Ontario Castellated Gothic Revival court house; 1827-31
Pic River Site National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Pic River, Ontario Complex of pre-contact Woodland culture sites
Vrooman's Battery National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Queenston, Ontario Key gun emplacement earthwork in Battle of Queenston Heights; War of 1812
Oxford-on-Rideau Township Hall National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Oxford Mills, Ontario Fine 1875 headquarters for rural government
Sandwich First Baptist Church National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Windsor, Ontario Church built to accommodate the growing Black communities created by Underground Railroad refugees, 1851
Glengarry House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Cornwall, Ontario Home of Lieutenant-Colonel John Macdonell, gallant officer in the Royal Highland Emigrants; first speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Upper Canada
Kingston Fortifications National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Kingston, Ontario Protection for the Royal Naval Dockyard and the entrance to the Rideau Canal; War of 1812
Point Frederick Buildings National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Kingston, Ontario Major British naval base on Lake Ontario during the War of 1812; now Royal Military College
Kay-Nah-Chi-Wah-Nung National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Stratton, Ontario Religious and ceremonial site for 2,000 years; Rainy River Mounds
Glengarry Landing National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Edenvale, Ontario Site of building of flotilla of British vessels used in 1814 campaign; War of 1812
Fort Frontenac National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Kingston, Ontario For many years, the key to the West, the base of LaSalle's explorations and a French outpost against the Iroquois and English
Old Stone Mill National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Delta, Ontario One of oldest surviving mills in Ontario, 1810
St. George's Hall (Arts and Letters Club) National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Toronto, Ontario Important venue for artistic activity, and a catalyst for the organization of artistic communities
Former Hamilton Customs House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Hamilton, Ontario Elegant Italianate customs building, 1858-60
Matheson House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Perth, Ontario Outstanding example of early Scottish-Canadian architecture, 1840; home of Honourable Roderick Matheson, original owner, prominent citizen of Perth and one of the Dominion's first senators
Aberdeen Pavilion National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Ottawa, Ontario Only large-scale exhibition building in Canada surviving from the 19th century, 1898
Maplelawn & Gardens National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Ottawa, Ontario Neoclassical residence with walled garden, 1831-34
Montgomery's Tavern National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Toronto, Ontario Headquarters of leaders of 1837 rebellion
Battle of the Windmill National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Prescott, Ontario American invasion mission foiled, 1838
Fort Mississauga National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario 19th-century brick tower within star-shaped earthworks, built to replace Fort George; War of 1812
Southwold Earthworks National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Iona, Ontario Rare and well-preserved example of an Aboriginal fortified village completely surrounded by earthworks; Attiwandaronk Indian village, circa 1500 AD
Barnum House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Grafton, Ontario Neoclassic domestic architecture, circa 1820
François Bâby House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Windsor, Ontario Classically-inspired residence linked to War of 1812; abandoned during British withdrawal, October 1813
Backhouse Grist Mill National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Port Rowan, Ontario One of the oldest and best preserved small water-powered establishments, 1798
Bellevue House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Kingston, Ontario Important Italianate villa 1840's; home of Sir John A. Macdonald, Prime Minister of Canada (1867-73, 1878-91)
Billings House National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Ottawa, Ontario Georgian homestead, 1828
Canal Lake Concrete Arch Bridge National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Bolsover, Ontario Early use of concrete in bridge construction
Cliff Site National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Port Dover, Ontario Site of first French claim to region (de Casson and de Galinée), 1670
Lansdowne Iron Works National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Lyndhurst, Ontario First Ontario iron smelting from local ore, 1801-12
Bois Blanc Island Lighthouse and Blockhouse National Historic Site of Canada (NHS) Amherstburg, Ontario Wooden blockhouse part of the defences of Fort Malden, 1839; point of attack by Canadian rebels and their American sympathizers; January 1838