PHOTOlog | early settlement on old waterways INNISFIL

PHOTOlog | early settlement on old waterways INNISFIL

PHOTOlog | early settlement on old waterways INNISFIL

colonial history, historical Canadian waterways

Innisfil township overlooks Cook’s Bay on Lake Simcoe – an important historic waterway – Samuel de Champlain came through here as did Sir John Franklin. Photo credit: Lisa Rance, May 2015


early Ontario fieldstone construction, first post office, fire
One of four heritage-designated buildings in Innisfil, the 1841 Barclay House, the township’s first post office, was destroyed by fire on New Year’s Eve 2014. Photo credit: Lisa Rance, March 2016

SIMCOE County | Innisfil Township

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