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Post cemetery, Drummond, Fort Collyer, 1815-1828

Benjamin Franklin Emery

Post cemetery, Drummond, Fort Collyer, 1815-1828

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Published in Detroit, Mich .
Written in English

  • Drummond Island (Mich.),
  • Michigan,
  • Drummond Island.
    • Subjects:
    • Cemeteries -- Michigan -- Drummond Island.,
    • Drummond Island (Mich.) -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Leaves also numbered 142-157.

      Statementprepared by B. Frank Emery, director public relations Michigan Mutual Liability Co. and executive secretary the Old Forts and Historic Memorial Association.
      SeriesSketches of old Michigan forts,, 4
      LC ClassificationsF572.D88 E7
      The Physical Object
      Pagination13 l.
      Number of Pages13
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL243109M
      LC Control Numberca 32000221

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Frank Emery, director public relations Michigan Mutual Liability Co. and executive secretary. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link)Author: Benjamin Franklin Emery. Fort Collyer, later known as Fort Drummond, was built during the war of after the Brittish evacuated from Mackinac in Under Brittish general McDonall, the British forces and some civilians took years to find a location to build the : Niklas Romero.

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& His Diary Mary Cooper Drummond's Winter Campaign, Shorey Eula M. Bridgeton Maine Guns. A man of iron will, he decided to accompany the British forces when in July they moved to Drummond Island to build a new post.

He secured an appointment as assistant surgeon in the Indian Department. Full text of "Drummond Island: The Story of the British Occupation, " See other formats Google This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online.

Drummond Island, on which was at that time a military post supplied with ample artillery and a vast amount of provisions and stores, was thus lost, and irretrievably, to His Most Christian Majesty. The same element of persuasion which had been used to influence the Indian claimants to part with it, was able to cause its final loss.

The site fixed upon for the new post, and the fort which the officers did not doubt would be built, was on land afterwards described by the United States land survey as Section 1, Township Fort Collyer north, of Range 4 east; a selection which for military purposes was well nigh useless, but as a ren- dezvous from which to retain influence over the.

Handbook of the Fort Drummond Cemetery: containing information respecting the ancient mound and fortification, and the Indian monument within the enclosure. Also the ordinances of the Board of Trustees / (Auburn: W.J. Moses, ), by Fort Hill Cemetery Association (page images at HathiTrust).

SOLOMON (Solomons), WILLIAM, clerk and Indian Department interpreter; b. 28 May in Montreal, son of Ezekiel Solomon and Elizabeth Dubois; d.

in Penetanguishene, Upper Canada, and was buried 27 Jan. William Solomon was the fourth child of a German Jewish merchant who had come to New France from Berlin during the Seven Years’ War and acted as a supplier to the British army.

In an expedition to Drummond Island discovered the ruins of the fort's chimneys standing like tombstones, a forest fire having undoubtedly swept over the island at some point. There are photographs online of that expedition, taken from the book Drummond Island: The Story of the British Occupation,by Samuel Fletcher Cook.

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A history of Drummond Island. In ‘The Town Book of Belfast’ there appears a report on the finding of a well made wooden box at Mount Collyer, the property of Mr. John Thompson the City’s Assessor, not far from the old. Top: The Fort Drummond parade ground as it appears today.

Courtesy of Gerry Bailey. Above: An overview of the fort from “Drummond Island: The Story of the British Occupation, ,” by Samuel Fletcher Cook.

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HOW TO FIND - Use your browser's Find function to locate specific information. This can generally be accomplished by holding down the CTRL key then pressing the letter F. Emery, Post cemetery, Drummond, Fort Collyer, – (Detroit, ), 5–6; The story of fort Drummond (Fort Collyer), the last British stronghold in Michigan, – (Detroit, n.d.), 16–Place Of Birth: Montreal, Montreal Region, Quebec, Canada.

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The children of Andrew and Mary Jane include: Harriet, A.A., Mary Hannah, Lucy Ann. DESCRIPTION The War of cost the British their flourishing post on Mackinac Island, and in they established Fort Drummond (Fort Collyer) on Whitney Bay.

However, the settlement of the international boundary's location in showed that the new fort was on American soil, and the British were again obliged to move. City Directory. Hard copy located at the Peterborough Museum and Archives 10 downloads Views 60MB Size.

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It is the only known military and civilian site established by British forces on American soil following the War of It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in and designated a Michigan. This site uses cookies to deliver our services, improve performance, for analytics, and (if not signed in) for advertising.

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