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The history of Ontario is exciting and relevant to Canada and North America. Our goal is to use emerging technologies to present the stories that weave the makeup of our province in a way that is interesting and accessible to young and old alike. We create sets of modern, entertaining media meant to teach, preserve and promote our past. We are a non-profit venture funded primarily by the Ontario Trillium Foundation in partnership with the Living History Multimedia Association.
 
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The lieutenant Governor of Upper Canada, Sir Francis Bond Head, put an end to Anderson’s assimilation activities at Manitowaning and put his own plans into action. Bond Head wrote up what came to be known as the Treaty of 1836 – a document for which he neither sought the sanction of the British government nor followed proper protocols.…
 
The Anishinabek fought with their British allies in the War of 1812. Many Anishinabek from the Manitoulin area distinguished themselves during the conflict and were decorated for their efforts. However, their contributions were quickly forgotten after the war. When the American/Canadian border was drawn, Anishinabek sovereignty was disregarded and …
 
The growing demand for furs prompted Native peoples and fur traders to hunt and trap beyond their traditional territories. Conflicts arose and were fueled by weapons and pressure from the colonial powers. Numerous treaties & wampum were created to mend and clarify relationships between First Nations and their European allies.…
 
The French were the first Europeans to make contact with the First Nations people of the Manitoulin area. A cooperative relationship soon developed around the fur trade, which allowed for the sharing of economic benefits between the two peoples. Includes discussion of Champlain’s map of the island, early Jesuit missionaries and the fur trade.…
 
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