Ontario's African-Canadian Heritage


Ontario's African-Canadian Heritage

LANDON, Fred; SMARDZ FROST, Karolyn et al (eds.)

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Fred Landon's numerous writings over the years encompassed various topics in the black history of Ontario: Canada's part in freeing the slave, Amherstburg as a terminus of the Underground Railroad, the Wilberforce refugee colony, race prejudice, the Buxton settlement, agriculture among the refugees, work of the American Missionary Association among refugees in Canada, the slaves' church, fugitive slaves in London, Ontario before 1860, social conditions among the refugees, the Rebellion of 1837, the John Brown Raid, abolitionists in Upper Canada, Captain Charles Stuart, the Anti-Slavery Society of Canada, the Fugitive Slave Act, Henry Bibb, Uncle Tom's Cabin, the Garner Slave Case, the Anderson fugitive case, Anthony Burns, Abraham Lincoln. Includes a life of Fred Landon, a bibliography of his writings, sources and resources for Ontario's African-Canadian heritage. Indexed.

Publication Info

  • Publisher: Natural Heritage/Dundurn
  • Edition: n/a
  • Date Published: 2009
  • Place Published: Toronto
  • ISBN: 9781550028140


  • Condition: New
  • Signed: No
  • Dust Jacket: No
  • Jacket Condition: n/a
  • Details:
    367 p. 23 cm. Over 40 b&w illustrations including one map. Pictorial softcover. Edited by Karolyn Smardz Frost, Bryan Walls, Hilary Bates Neary, and Frederick H. Armstrong

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