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Provided by the Fort Erie Museum
1812 - After war is declared by the Americans, “the British commenced hostilities by the capture of a small force of Americans at Fort Michilimakinac.” (Marguerite A. Raymond, Tales of the Old Town, Fort Erie Historical Museum, 1990, p. 31)
1846 - St. John's Anglican Church confirms its first group of candidates. Bishop John Strachan confirmed 63 people into the church. (FEHM Files, Anglican Church)