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  Amherstburg, Ontario - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Amherstburg (2001 population 20,339; urban population 10,849) is a town near the mouth of the Detroit River in Essex County, Ontario, Canada.
Amherstburg is home to several tourist attractions, including Fort Malden and the North American Black Historical Museum.
The local high school in Amherstburg is General Amherst High School, named after Jeffrey Amherst, 1st Baron Amherst.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Amherstburg,_Ontario   (144 words)

 Amherstburg Ontario Real Estate
HISTORIC AMHERSTBURG, one of the oldest towns in Canada, boasts a population of 20,000 and is approximately 20 minutes south of Windsor along the east bank of the Detroit River across from Wyandotte, Michigan.
Since Amherstburg is located at the mouth of the Detroit River leading into Lake Erie, activities such as fishing and boating abound in the area amongst the bays and islands which dot the southern basin.
Amherstburg is a unique blend of history and nature, with just the right amenities to make you want to stay and live which explains the doubling of the population since 1955.
www.relocate-canada.com /on/amherstburg.htm   (463 words)

 Official Website for the Historic Town of Amherstburg, Welcome
An outline of the Official 2006 Budget for the Town of Amherstburg as adopted on February 13, 2006.
Situated along the Detroit River approximately 32kms southwest of Windsor and across from Boblo Island (Bois Blanc), Amherstburg is one of the oldest towns in the province.
In 1851 when the Municipal Act was passed, Amherstburg was one of the first towns to be incorporated as a “village with town powers”, thus entering into its independent existence.
www.amherstburg.ca   (995 words)

 Marsh Collection Society / Amherstburg, Ontario, Canada
The Marsh Collection Society, a non-profit organization, is based on the historical collection of the Marsh family, owners and operators of the Amherstburg Echo for nearly 100 years.
The Society was founded in 1983 with the intent that a research facility eventually be established.
The mandate of the Marsh Collection Society is to collect, preserve and encourage research into the heritage of Amherstburg and the lower Detroit River district.
members.tripod.com /swo_heritage/marsh.htm   (356 words)

 Scotts Computer Services located in Amherstburg Ontario Canada
Amherstburg Ontario Canada is a quiet town, but quite historical.
Some historical places in Amherstburg Ontario are the Navy Yard Park, which was the fighting ground of the war in 1812 as well as the rebellion in 1837.
Amherstburg Ontario also has many different fun activities besides the Navy Yard Park, such as a skating park, centennial park (which has a soccer field, football field, basketball courts, tennis courts, baseball diamonds and various equipment for the children to play on.)
www.discoverscs.com /amherstburg_ontario_canada.html   (266 words)

 Amherstburg, ON News
The Town of Amherstburg is hoping the process can be stepped up in the hopes to providing a resolution to the issue of the settling ponds on the General Chemical lands.
The executive of the Wesview Tenants Association at Amherstburg Non-Profit Seniors Housing Corporation is a recipient of the 2006 Tenant Achievement Recognition Award presented by the Ontario Non-Profit Housing...
A student from Amherstburg was recently named a recipient of one of this year's ATHENA scholarships from the Windsor & District Chamber of Commerce.
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 Fort Amherstburg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Fort Amherstburg was built by the Royal Canadian Volunteers at the mouth of the Detroit River to replace Fort Detroit, which Britain was required to cede to the United States of America in 1796 as a result of the Jay Treaty.
After losing the Battle of Lake Erie (including the flagship HMS Detroit, which was built at Fort Amherstburg), the British/Canadians destroyed the fort and retreated as most of the cannons normally placed in the bastions were put onto the ships to be used for the engagement on Lake Erie and subsequently were lost.
The two large barracks buildings are no longer on the grounds as one was moved into the town of Amherstburg where it burned down while being used as a stable during the 1920's.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Fort_Amherstburg   (496 words)

 Park House Museum / Amherstburg, Ontario, Canada
Park House is an early example of French frame log construction and is said to have been built in the 1790's at the mouth of the Rouge River in Detroit.
When Detroit was ceded to the United States, the owners of Park House decided to dismantle the building and float it down the Detroit River to Amherstburg.
Today, the Park House is a year round museum catering to the needs of visiting school children, seniors and the general public.
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 Amherstburg Mortgages
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In Amherstburg, mortgages are received 24 hours a day on the CanEquity web site.
In Amherstburg, over 70% of the mortgage applicants are living together with someone, while only 30% are not married or separated.
www.canequity.com /ontario/amherstburg-mortgages.htm   (249 words)

 PARK HOUSE MUSEUM   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
When Detroit was ceded to the United States, the owners decided to dismantle the building and float it down the Detroit River to Amherstburg.
Amherstburg Historic Sites Association is pleased to announce receiving an Ontario Trillium Foundation grant for $46,000.
This money will be used to carry out structural restoration work.
www.parkhousemuseum.com   (185 words)

 Cottage Rentals Ontario, Cottages For Rent Canada USA - Private Vacation Cottage Rentals, Directory of Cottages For ...
Ontario Cottage Rentals, Cabins Chalets Cottages For Rent by Owner in Amherstburg Ontario, Cottage for Rent near Amherstburg Ontario - Amherstburg Beach House near Lake Erie
Set on the North Shore of Lake Erie, this Amherstburg beach house overlooks a mile long sandy beach, excellent for swimming.
The cottage is nestled off the Ontario Wine Route, minutes from historic downtown Amherstburg and less than three miles from Holiday Beach (a nature lover’s paradise).
www.cottageportal.com /Detail.cfm?RecordID=426   (236 words)

 Amherstburg - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Fort Malden, built (1797-99) to replace a post lost when Detroit was ceded to the United States, is now within a national historic park.
Find newspaper and magazine articles plus images and maps related to "Amherstburg" at HighBeam.
General Chemical Idles Amherstburg Plant.(Synthetic soda ash operations closed)
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 White Woods Mall; Amherstburg, Ontario » Labelscar: The Retail History Blog   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
One of these small Canadian malls is the White Woods Mall in Amherstburg, Ontario.
In the mall, which had a square racetrack layout, were as of 1/04: Royal Bank, PharmaPlus Drug Mart, Bank of Montreal, the Amherstburg Walk-In Clinic, Reitmans, Lee J Nails, Pet Valu, Radio Shack, H&R Block, A Buck Or Two!, For 1 Optical, and the Tender Tootsies Shoe Warehouse.
A story published in the Amherstburg Echo in February, 2006 indicates redevelopment of the site is imminent.
www.labelscar.com /canada/white-woods-mall   (812 words)

 Canadian Coast Guard Base Amherstburg and the ship Simcoe
It operates mainly in the Upper St Lawrence River, from the Beauharnois Canal in Quebec to Kingston, Ontario, and in the eastern end of Lake Ontario.
The Canadian Coat Guard Base Amherstburg is located on the southerly most point of the Detroit River.
The Amherstburg Base is home to the Small Navaids Tender Gull Isle and Multi Task Utility Craft Sora.
www.boatnerd.com /pictures/special/Simcoe-amh   (1187 words)

 Ontario Marine Operators Association
Known as the one of the oldest towns in Ontario, Amherstburg is acclaimed for its award-winning wineries and compelling history.
Just up ahead to the east on the Ontario side, are four marinas in the Amherstburg area with many amenities such as fuel, launch ramps, pump outs, shore power and food.
Jackson Park earned the Ontario Parks Association Award for the best-lighted garden in the province and four of its acres are occupied by pristine Rose Gardens where more than 12,000 rose bushes among 450 varieties can be admired.
www.marinasontario.com /destination_guide_story_9.asp?reg=9   (2256 words)

 Amherstburg, Canada
Amherstburg was settled by Loyalists in 1796 and is one of the oldest towns in southwestern Ontario.
The town was named for Lord Jeffrey Amherst, commander of the British Forces in America during their conquest of Canada.
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 Fire in Amherstburg, Ontario dies down - Wikinews
A huge fire at a plastics recycling plant fire forced hundreds of residents in Amherstburg, a Southwestern Ontario town, flee their homes.
Canadian Press "Chemical inferno in Ontario dies down".
We want to create a diverse community where citizens from around the globe can collaborate to report the news on a wide variety of current events.
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 CCG Base Amherstburg, Ontario
Strategically located on the most southerly point of the Detroit River, the Canadian Coast Guard base in Amherstburg, Ontario was first established in the fall of 1965.
Since the Amherstburg base was first built, the amount of vessel traffic and the needs of both the commercial mariner and the recreational boaters have greatly increased.
The following is a list of marine services delivered from this base on behalf of DFO, the Canadian Coast Guard and other government services.
www.ccg-gcc.gc.ca /cen-arc/services/amherstburg/index_e.htm   (165 words)

 Gibson Gallery
Park House is an early example of French frame log construction and is said to have been in the 1790's at the mouth of the Rouge River in Detroit.
The herb garden located at the front of the house is part of Amherstburg Garden Tour Weekend which happens in May. The herbs are grown for medicinal, aromatic and culinary purposes just as they would have been in the 1800's.
The house has a drying room where the herbs can be stored.
www.amherstburg.com /ParkHouse.htm   (448 words)

 Parks Canada - Fort Malden National Historic Site of Canada
Fort Malden preserves elements of the second fort built by the British on the eastern bank of the Detroit River to defend the Canadian border from American attack in the first half of the 19
The first post, known as Fort Amherstburg, was constructed in 1796 near the mouth of the Detroit River where it empties into Lake Erie.
This post was the headquarters for the British forces in southwestern Upper Canada during the War of 1812.
www.pc.gc.ca /lhn-nhs/on/malden/index_e.asp   (247 words)

 Amherstburg bed and breakfast & inns. Find the perfect Amherstburg B&B lodging on BedandBreakfast.com.
Find the perfect Amherstburg Ontario Bed and Breakfasts and Inns.
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 Houses / homes / Real Estate for sale or for rent in Amherstburg, Ontario, Canada - and vacation rentals   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
You benefit from living in the environment of your choice plus, in many cases, your improvements add to the value or saleability of your home.
It is important to remember that your home may be at risk if you do not keep up repayments on a mortgage or other loan secured on it.
In Downtown Toronto, the historic Coach House a romantic ivy-covered cottage with loft bedroom set in a tranquil garden, or choose the colourful Japanese-inspired spacious one-bed Apartment Suite in the main house.
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 Amherstburg Personals at Matchmaker.com
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 Amherstburg Echo, Amherstburg, ON
Total construction cost is pegged in the area of $5.5 to $6 million.
Amherstburg Fire Department to officially back up paramedics
Amherstburg one of six county fire services to support the initiative
www.amherstburgecho.com   (170 words)

 Amherstburg Restaurants | Restaurant Reviews Amherstburg, Ontario
Welcome to the restaurant guide and directory for Amherstburg, Ontario.
In addition to our extensive list of restaurants in Amherstburg, you will also find restaurant descriptions and unique reviews written by restaurant patrons.
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www.foodinc.ca /Ontario/Amherstburg   (188 words)

 Amherstburg, Ontario Bed and Breakfasts and Country Inns -- BBOnline... Bed & Breakfast Inns ONLINE
Amherstburg, Ontario Bed and Breakfasts and Country Inns -- BBOnline...
A charming old residence, built in the late 1890's and continually updated over the years.
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 Amherstburg Upcoming Events
Amherstburg, which is situated on the Detroit River, south of the United States, and across from Bois Blanc Island (Boblo), is one of the oldest towns in the province of Ontario.
As of January 1 1998, Amherstburg was amalgamated with the Townships of Anderdon and Malden.
We have many beautiful parks and historical sites including Fort Malden National Historic Park and Museum, The Park House Museum, The Gordon House, North American Black Historical Museum, just to name a few.
www.wincom.net /~rdpajot/events.htm   (156 words)

 Amherstburg Yellow Directories, White Pages and Amherstburg ON Guide
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 Amherstburg Ontario Mortgage, Canada, Canadian, Mortgage Alliance, Mortgages, Calculator, Broker, Zero Down, Self ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
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