Rich in history, Windsor Essex played a proud and pivotal role in the Underground Railroad movement, helping thousands escape the brutality of slavery. Learn about the terminus of the Underground Railroad – right here in Windsor Essex. Visit exhibits of artifacts which tell the story of African Canadians, their journey to freedom and their contributions to society. Tour the oldest black church in Windsor’s historic Sandwich Towne, visit many more heritage sites and view artwork pieces and monuments exist in our region.
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972-1100 County Road 42, Lakeshore, Ontario, N0R 1C0
While the first Blacks arrived in the Puce River area during the 1830s, the community owed its existence…
200 Pitt St. E., Windsor, Ontario
Created by sculptor Ed Dwight and donated to the City of Windsor by Caesars Windsor in 2001 during…
12000 Tecumseh Rd. E., Tecumseh, ON
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