1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_National_Historic_Sites_of...

    This is a list of National Historic Sites (French: Lieux historiques nationaux) in the province of Ontario.There are 269 sites designated in Ontario,< ref>Ontario, Directory of Federal Heritage Designations, Retrieved 27 March 2013</ref> 38 of which are administered by Parks Canada (identified below by the beaver icon ).

  2. https://www.bobvila.com/slideshow/10-u-s-towns-that-are-older-than...

    Historic Homes & More; 10 U.S. Towns That Are Older Than America For history lovers, nothing beats the old-time charm and architectural wonder of America

  3. www.uptravel.com/index.php?catid=6&month=All&topicid=2

    Michigan's Upper Peninsula Calendar of Events, Things to do, Special Events in the UP including Summer and Winter Upper Peninsula Events.

  4. ancientamerica.com

    Dear Colleague, Rob Hyde and I have published our “study volume” of the Tucson Artifacts. This collection of plates, texts and translations brings to general scholarly notice solid archeological and literary proof of Old World influences and settlements in pre-Columbian America.

  5. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canada,_New_France

    In blue: New France in 1750. Canada extended from south of the Great Lakes to the Gulf of St Lawrence

  6. abcnews.go.com/Entertainment

    Get up to the minute entertainment news, celebrity interviews, celeb videos, photos, movies, TV, music news and pop culture on ABCNews.com.

  7. ancientamerica.com/early-new-world-maps-by-dr-gunnar-thompson

    Early New World Maps by Dr. Gunnar Thompson . Early Maps of the New World. The persistent academic argument concerning early voyages to the New World ends with an examination of the cartographic evidence.

  8. www.attractionscanada.com/Topattractions.asp

    Klondike National Historic Site, Yukon. The Klondike National Historic Sites of Canada commemorate the 1896 Klondike Gold Rush, the role of large corporation gold mining in the Klondike and river transportation in the Yukon.

  9. www.pc.gc.ca/en/lhn-nhs/recherche-search

    57-63 St. Louis Street National Historic Site of Canada. 57-63 St. Louis Street is a grouping of three two and two-and-a-half- storey early eighteenth and nineteenth century stone houses within the walls of Quebec City’s Upper Town at the foot of Cavelier du Moulin Park, forming part of the panoramic townscape of Old Quebec

  10. amishamerica.com/canada-amish

    Amish have long lived in Canada, with roots in the country dating to the 1800s. Today Amish number nearly 5,000 in Canada, in over one dozen communities.