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Aboriginal National Historic Sites in Ontario

National historic sites relating to Aboriginal history are very diverse. They date from time-out-of-mind back to era when people followed the retreat of glaciers in Ontario, up to the time of contact with Europeans in the 1600s, and until the early 20th century. Sites of First Nations’ heritage are villages and settlements, ancient sacred sites and more modern churches, substantial residences associated with prominent First Nations people, and more.

Bead Hill
Rouge Park, Toronto
Central Region

Carrying Place of the Bay of Quinte
Carrying Place
Eastern Regionn

Chiefswood
Ohsweken
Central Region

Christ Church Royal Chapel
Tyendinaga  Mohawk Territory via Desoronto
Eastern Region

Cummins Pre-contact Site
Thunder Bay
Northern Region

Donaldson Site 
Saugeen Valley Conservation Authority, Hanover
Western Region

Etharita Site     
Duntroon
Western Region

Fairfield On the Thames
14878 Longwoods Road, R.R. #3, Bothwell
Western Region

Fort Sainte Marie II
Beausolei First Nation, Christian Island
Western Region

Her Majesty's St. Paul's Chapel of the Mohawks  
301 Mohawk Street, Brantford
Central Region

Kay-Nah-Chi-Wah-Nung
Stratton
Northern Region

Mazinaw Pictograph Site
Bon Echo Provincial Park, R.R., Cloyne
Eastern Region

Middleport Site
Six Nations Grand River Reserve
Ontario 

Mission of St. Ignace II
Waubaushene
Western Region

Mnjikaning Fish Weirs
between Lakes Simcoe and Couchiching
Western Regio

Ossossane Sites
Ossossane Beach
Central Region

Parkhill
Parkhill
Western Region

Peterborough Petroglyphs
Woodview
Eastern Region

Pic River Site
Pic River
Northern Region

Saint-Louis Mission
Tay
Western Region

Sainte-Marie Among The Hurons Mission
Highway #12, Midland
Western Region

Serpent Mounds Complex
c/o Hiawatha First Nation, RR 2, Keene
Eastern Region

Sheguiandah
Manitoulin Island
Northern Region

Walker Site 
Onondaga
Western Region

Whitefish Island
near Sault Ste Marie
Northern Region

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