Item 97-1024 - Beavermead Park land document

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Beavermead Park land document

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97-1024

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  • [1986] (Creation)
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    Beavermead Park

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1 item (photocopied ca. 1986)

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Beavermead Park is located on the east shore of Little Lake, Peterborough, Ontario, on land that was once owned by Canada's first prime minister, Sir John A. Macdonald.

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This item was in the custody of the Registry Office, Peterborough and was donated to Trent University Archives via Ann Farquharson, a former Trent University student, and Elwood Jones.

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This item is a 4-page photocopy of an 1869 deed of land of property on the east shore of Little Lake, Peterborough, now known as Beavermead Park, which indicates that the land was once owned by Canada's first prime minister, Sir John A. Macdonald. The property at the time of his ownership was valued at $310.00.

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This item was donated by the Registry Office, Peterborough, Ontario.

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