PHOTOlog | in good company NORTHUMBERLAND

PHOTOlog | in good company NORTHUMBERLAND

historical Ontario inn, pre-Confederation

Pepper’s Inn, 10830 Hwy 2, was one of six taverns operating in Grafton between 1815 and 1845. Mr. Pepper’s creative and numerous toasts included: – to ‘King and Constitution’, the ‘Land o’Lakes that we live in’, and ‘May nae war be among us’. Photo credit: Lisa Rance, October 2011

The Steele House 10715 Hwy 2, Grafton, was used as a school and community gathering place for meetings too genteel for a tavern. Photo credit: Lisa Rance, October 2011

NORTHUMBERLAND County | Haldimand Township

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