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|Fanshawe Pioneer Village|
|Fanshawe Village Outside one of the 22 carefully restored
pioneer buildings that recall Ontario's settlement beginnings at Fanshawe Pioneer Village outside
|Fanshawe Village Clothes washing inside one of the 22 carefully
restored pioneer buildings that recall Ontario's settlement beginnings at Fanshawe Pioneer
Village outside London.
|Fort Erie Road The road to Fort Erie beyond Niagara, around
|Fort Erie A Canadian stamp depicting Fort Erie, at the western
edge of the Niagara River, which fell to American attack in 1814, who blew it up before
withdrawing to their own side of the river.
|Fort Frances, Ontario New Canadian Northern train station at
Fort Frances, Ontario, 1901.
|Fort Francis Ontario-Minnesota Pulp & Paper Co., Fort
|Fort George A view of Fort George, from the American Fort
Niagara, at the entry from Lake Ontario to the Niagara River.
|Fort Henry Guards and cannon at Fort Henry, 1957, a renovated
version of the original, first built during the War of 1812 and strengthened in 1832-1836 to
defend the entrance to the Rideau Canal.
|Fort Niagara and Mississauga A view of Fort Niagara from Fort
Mississauga, Upper Canada, 1840. Watercolour by Philip J. Bainbrigge
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