February 14, 2012
It’s Black History Month and southern Ontario is filled with many unheralded landmarks to the abolitionist movement, including this one in Niagara-on-the-Lake. The Steward House was built by a freed slave who escaped captivity in the United States to find freedom in Upper Canada. William and Susannah Steward lived in the house from 1834-47. It is now a provincial historic landmark and a privately owned home at the corner of John and Butler Streets.
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