The story

 

Geese In Flight – The autumn arrival of southbound geese has long been a harbinger of winter. October 1813 brought the Battle of the Thames and with it thousands of hungry British and American soldiers, First Nations warriors and their families and other refugees. The settlers’ fields, gardens, animals and larders were decimated. Wheat fields were torched as a military tactic to ensure starvation. Famine was inevitable. Painted by the Taits Corners Community Centre

Location

Geese in Flight

4833 LONGWOODS RD., APPIN, ON

Latitude : 42.757231 Longitude : -81.625992

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