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Sir John Alexander Macdonald 1815-1891

Sir John Alexander Macdonald

Photos by contributor Colin Old - Posted August, 2014

Sir John Alexander Macdonald

Plaque Location

The County of Lennox & Addington
The Town of Greater Napanee
In Adolphustown, at the United Empire Loyalist Heritage Centre and Park's Allison House


Coordinates: N 44 03.689 W 77 00.317

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Plaque Text

From this soil, home of the Loyalists, he drew inspiration to weld together the weak and scattered colonies of his day into a strong and ambitious Dominion, equal partner in the far-flung British Commonwealth.










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Here are the visitors' comments for this page.

> Posted January 17, 2015
This week marks the bicentennial of John Macdonald's birth, commemorated with a postage stamp and coin, both issued in his hometown of Kingston on his birthday, January 11, 2015. The city continues celebrating, this year, including at Bellevue House National Historic Site, Macdonald's home in 1848-49.
Few figures in history attain the larger-than-life stature which is his; a mind which filled a nascent nation with dreams of the continental empire it would become. -Wayne

> Posted September 18, 2014
The plaque is not on public display. It was hauled out from storage for me to see. However when Allison House is open to visitors, as it is in the summer, staff would no doubt oblige people who inquire about it.
Colin




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