“DUNDAS STREET: THE LEGACY OF JOHN GRAVES SIMCOE" Please join us Thursday, June 14 Heritage York is holding a Heritage Talk to celebrate the legacy of the Queen's York Rangers commemorating the 225th anniversary of the start of construction of Dundas Street, part of the John Graves Simcoe's and the Rangers' road-building campaign. The Rangers, with a history that dates back to the Seven Years' War and who later fought under Simcoe's command in the American Revolutionary War, were instrumental for clearing the forests and the construction of Dundas Street from London to York (Toronto). Please join Heritage York in welcoming LCol Phil Halton, CD of the Queen's York Rangers who will discuss the legacy of the Rangers from 1793 to 1815 Doors open @ 7, talk begins @ 7:30. Come early for a good seat. Please click HERE for a video introduction to the exhibit.
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