Here are links to learn more about the places.

Explore Confluence Field Trip #1
Explore Confluence Field Trip #2
Explore Confluence Field Trip #3

A Stolen Life: searching for Richard Pierpoint (available at St. Catharines Public Library)  |  War of 1812: We Stand On Guard For Thee – The Harriet Tubman Institute  |    St. Catharines Bird’s Eye View, 1875 – Historical Maps of Niagara Digital map reproduction provided by: Brock University Map, Data & GIS Library, Historical Maps of Niagara map exhibit.  |    City of St. Catharines Canal Valley Master Plan  |  The Old Welland Canals Field Guide  |  Canadian Canal Society  | 
Other Explore pages:

Whose traditional territory is St. Catharines on? The Mohawk name for this place is Tetiotenonshà:kton (A curved house).
Timeline for Richard Pierpoint
Earliest Map of Grantham (1791) (showing Richard Pierpoint lots)
Dick’s Creek
Creative Economy economic development model

This project had its origin in thinking about my creative process and making work for Niagara Shebang. You can read a March 2015 blog post about that here.

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