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Free Educational Presentations to Schools and Community Groups

The United Empire Loyalists’ Association of Canada – Hamilton Branch offers
Free Educational Presentations to Schools and Community Groups

Learn about the refugees/early settlers to Canada who fought on the British side during the American Revolution

Grade 7: emphasis on the final battles, resettlement, free land grants, carving out a life in the wilderness, early clearing and farming methods, Black loyalists (compare Birchtown N.S. to Amherstburg ON), working with First Nations/ Haudenosaunee; early settler contribution to our heritage; growth in agriculture and timber around Burlington (Wellington Square).

Grade 3: emphasis on early Pioneer life in Upper Canada.
We bring many artifacts including Native skinning stones, a butter churn, lye soap, butter presses, spectacles, early games, men’s and women’s clothing, Indian corn, beaver pelts and settlement maps.

Please contact Education Chairman, Pat Blackburn,
(uepat624@cogeco.ca) or phone at (289) 337-1315

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