Amherstburg

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of Lake Erie, bringing provisions from Pittsburgh to sell to them as well as in Detroit. Business became so difficult to maintain in such a disputed area, that his company went bankrupt in 1787. He went on to become superintendent at Amherstburg in 1796, but had been dismissed two


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light shows

disturbances such as car ignitions failing and paranormal light shows. Economy Amherstburg is a city of trade for regional agriculture. It has also become known for several wineries in the area. Amherstburg Farmers' Market is open every Saturday, from 8:30am to 3:30pm. The Farmer's Market is located at the Malden


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and performing battle demonstrations. Since 2006, Amherstburg has held an annual Shores of Erie Wine Festival. Each September, the four-day Wine Festival features food, dancing, live entertainment, and wine tasting. Amherstburg also celebrates Canada Day with a yearly fireworks display and day of family activities. Art by the River (established in 1967), is an annual two-day arts and craft festival that takes place the weekend before Labour Day weekend on the grounds of the Fort Malden National


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top selling

: www.businessedge.ca article.cfm newsID 10997.cfm Business Edge News Magazine - businessedge.ca - Ontario Edition - Towns look to leave mark on booze bottles "The Amherstburg plant blends and bottles the company's top-selling Crown Royal whisky for both domestic and international consumption." Layoffs land at Diageo<


original beauty

;!--DASHBot-- deadurl no Additional tourist activities include the Park House Museum and the charming King's Navy Yard Park, both of which are located in the heart of old Amherstburg. The Gibson Gallery is located in a former Michigan Central Railroad Station (c. 1896), which has been fully restored to its original beauty. The gallery operates year-round, featuring exhibits by local artists, the permanent collection of the Art Gallery of Windsor, traveling exhibits from


historic site

) is a Canadian (Canada) town near the mouth of the Detroit River in Essex County, Ontario. In 1796 Fort Malden was established here, becoming the heart of the settlement. It has been designated as a National Historic Site. The city is approximately south of the U.S. city of Detroit, Michigan, facing Wyandotte (Wyandotte, Michigan), Grosse Ile Township (Grosse Ile Township, Michigan), Brownstown Charter Township, Michigan Brownstown Charter Township

Historic Site. Other festivities include: *Annual Carnival (May) *Beef In the Burg Barbecue (June) *Firefighters "J Wimpy" Volleyball Tournament (June) *Verdi Club Festival (July) *Boblo International Jazz Festival (July) *Canada Day Celebrations (July 1) *Gone Crazy Car Show (July) *Ribfest (July) *Shores of Erie International Wine Festival (September) *Cancer Walk-a-thon (October) *Pumpkinville (October) *Christmas Parade (Late November) *River Lights (November and December

http: library.thinkquest.org 22916 exbrit.html established 1975 location Amherstburg, Ontario, Canada type National Historic Site (National Historic Site of Canada) The '''Nazrey African Methodist Episcopal Church National Historic Site''' and '''North American Black Historical Museum''' are located in Amherstburg, Ontario, Canada. After the Revolution, Elliott established himself on a farm at what became


commercial news

the subject of remediation work, supervised by CH2M Hill. ''Daily Commercial News:'' "Amherstburg, Ontario chemical plant set to come down piece by piece," 26 Apr 2012 The plant was once part of Allied Chemical, which retained it when it sold the soda ash and calcium chloride operations and Amherst Quarries to General Chemical. The plant is composed of three separate parcels connected through rights


time people

of beaches, picnic areas, a trail along the edge of Big Creek Marsh. Holiday Beach is considered a premiere spot to view the fall migration of raptors (birds of prey). A 'Festival of Hawks' event takes place in September. Texas Road is a street popularly associated with paranormal sightings and ghostly experiences. This stretch of road passes through a gully and it has been rumored that a man once murdered another there. Since this time people have reported strange

Amherstburg

thumb right Dalhousie St. between Murray and Richmond Sts. (Image:amherstberg ontario dalhousie street.JPG)'''Amherstburg''' (2011 population 21,556; UA (Urban Area) population 13,330) is a Canadian (Canada) town near the mouth of the Detroit River in Essex County, Ontario. In 1796 Fort Malden was established here, becoming the heart of the settlement. It has been designated as a National Historic Site.

The city is approximately south of the U.S. city of Detroit, Michigan, facing Wyandotte (Wyandotte, Michigan), Grosse Ile Township (Grosse Ile Township, Michigan), Brownstown Charter Township (Brownstown Charter Township, Michigan), and Gibraltar, Michigan. It is part of the Windsor (Windsor, Ontario) census metropolitan area.

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