Toronto's Historical Plaques
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H.M. Schooner Onondaga
Photos and transcription by contributor Wayne Adam - Posted October, 2011
Plaque coordinates: 43.706798 -79.251326
This artist's impression of a 1790's schooner honours the many sailing ships which sailed past the Scarborough Bluffs bringing settlers and supplies to Upper Canada. Onondaga was built near Kingston in 1790 and served as flagship of the Provincial Marine until her retirement in 1797.
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