Battlefield House Museum
Stoney Creek, Ontario

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Virtual Battlefield: The Museum and Its Community

 
The unveiling of the historical plaque that marked the 150th anniversary of the Stoney Creek Battle.
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Prince Philip meets the ladies of the Women's Wentworth Historical Society during the Royal Tour.
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Marker in Stoney Creek cemetery that pays tribute to Billy Green and Isaac Corman.
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Stone marker dedicated to the bravery of Billy Green.
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The tombstones of James and Mary Gage, located in the Hamilton Cemetery.
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Augustus Jones' war loss claim, filed after the War of 1812.
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Augustus Jones' war loss claim, filed after the War of 1812.
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James Gage's war loss claim, filed after the War of 1812.
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Augustus Jones' war loss claim, filed after the War of 1812.
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Augustus Jones' war loss claim, filed after the War of 1812.
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James Gage's war loss claim for destroyed timber on land owned by him in Nelson Township.
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George Mills, member of the Wentworth Historical Society.
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Countess Grey, wife of the Governor General, turning the first sod for the Monument on May 28, 1909.
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Sara Calder making a presentation to Countess Grey at the sod turning ceremony.
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The Dutch Fete, one of the many fundraising events by the Women's Wentworth Historical Society.
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The banner presented by Mrs. Sara Calder to the Wentworth Historical Society.
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The Military Encampment, a week long fundraising event by the Women's Wentworth Historical Society.
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The Military Encampment event raised over $1000 for the society.
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