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Historical Markers in Kakabeka Falls, Ontario

 
Wideview of The Kaministikwia Route Marker image, Touch for more information
By Kevin Craft, July 10, 2017
Wideview of The Kaministikwia Route Marker
1Ontario (Thunder Bay District), Kakabeka Falls — The Kaministikwia Route
This chain of rivers, lakes and portages linking the St. Lawrence system with the waterways of the prairies had been known to the Indians for centuries when Jacques de Noyon first travelled it in 1688. After 1800, when the boundary settlement had . . . Map (db m106543) HM
2Ontario (Thunder Bay District), Kakabeka Falls — The Mountain Portage
This portage around Kakabeka Falls formed a link in the historic Kaministiquia canoe route connecting Lake Superior with Lake of the Woods and the West. First recorded in 1688 by the French explorer Jacques de Noyon, it was later abandoned in . . . Map (db m106547) HM
 
 
  
  
  
 
 
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Sep. 25, 2022