Library and Archives Canada, acc. no. R13133-296 | Licence: Copyright Expired
Library and Archives Canada, acc. no. R13133-296 | Licence: Copyright Expired

Attack & defeat of rebels at Dickinson Landing, Upper Canada.

1840

John Richard Coke Smyth

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Title

Attack & defeat of rebels at Dickinson Landing, Upper Canada.

Date

1840

Description

Scope and content: Colour lithograph depicting soldiers (some on horses) battling each other at the edge of the water at Dickinson Landing, Upper Canada. To the right, there is a boat with an American flag.
Signature and inscriptions: Inscription - in the stone, recto, l.r. - ATTACK & DEFEAT OF REBELS / AT / DICKINSON LANDING UPPER CANADA.; (Complete transcription)
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Location

Dickinson's Landing, Ontario, Canada

Country

Continent

Location Accuracy

Approximate

Category

Tww Comment

Dickinson's Landing was one of the 'Lost Villages' that were deliberately flooded to create the St. Lawrence Seaway in 1958. Residents and businesses were relocated to Ingleside.

Credits

Copyright

Library and Archives Canada, acc. no. R13133-296

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