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Re: 1812 Regimental route - Quebec to Niagara.

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  • Ron
    Bill Did they march? The normal route would have been to take the Steamer from Quebec to Montreal, batteaux to either Prescott or Kingston and then batteaux
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 22, 2011
      Bill

      Did they march? The normal route would have been to take the Steamer from Quebec to Montreal, batteaux to either Prescott or Kingston and then batteaux or schooner from Prescott or Kingston to York, Burlington Bay or Niagara. It they did march then their route would be relatively easy to trace. It represents the main street in most of the towns along the north shore of the St Lawrence and the King's Highway that joins them together In Ontario it is mostly intact as Highway 2 to Hamilton and then Queenston Road to Niagara. In Quebec it is several roads including 138. Did you want to recreate the journey?

      Ron





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