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Finding the Fallen: The Battle of York Remembered

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  • James Yaworsky
    from the Built Heritage News e-newsletter #198: Finding the Fallen: The Battle of York Remembered Place: The Market Gallery 95 Front Street East, Second Floor,
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      from the Built Heritage News e-newsletter #198:

      Finding the Fallen: The Battle of York Remembered

      Place: The Market Gallery 95 Front Street East, Second Floor, South St. Lawrence Market
      Date: Tuesday to Friday until September 8, 2012
      Time: 9 am - 4 pm
      Place: Pay-What-You-Can
      Info: http://www.toronto.ca/culture/museums/featured-events.htm


      Almost two hundred years after the City of Toronto (then the Town of York) was captured and burned by invading American forces on April 27, 1813, Museum Services presents Finding the Fallen:The Battle of York Remembered. This poignant commemorative exhibit identifies 181 British, First Nations, Canadian and American combatants who died. Their sacrifices are brought to life through artifacts, custom-designed maps, first-person accounts and a newly commissioned Book of Remembrance that lists the names of all of the fallen identified to date.
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