Bryan MacKell, MCIP, RPP
Director of Planning, Development and Tourism
County of Simcoe
Bryan will be discussing future recreational trail routes that the county would like to start implementing in the next few years. Included in this are the possible First Nations routes that existed in the past.
Bryan will be looking for input from us and how we might engage in the process of identifying the ancient thorofares of Huronia.
May 12, 2011 - 7 PM at the Huronia Museum, 549 Little Lake Park, Midland, Ontario.
We encourage the practice of ethical archaeology in the discovery of the history of Huronia (northern Simcoe County) through archaeological research and discussion of the historic record and oral tradition. Please feel free to comment and or join and post on the blog. Blog contents do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Ontario Archaeological Society or the Huronia chapter.
Tuesday, May 10, 2011
May 12th Chapter Meeting - Bryan McKell - Huronia Trails and History
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Steve Catlin (Archivist at the Shrine) responded with an email - "we follow the railway lines to St. Ignace II, crossing highway 12 at Reeves Road to get to St. Louis, then picking up the railway line further south of
the site of St. Louis. this route is being used by pilgrims. We also
have used the railway line all the way to Waubaushene and crossing 12 at Roesmount." Steve
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