Elizabeth Simcoe was a privileged, upper class, English woman who married first Lt. Governor of Upper Canada John Graves Simcoe. Refusing to be left behind in England, while her husband carved an English colony out of the wilderness of what is now Ontario, in an amazing record, unparalleled by anyone in her time, anywhere in the world, Elizabeth forged her way through Lower and Upper Canada on a journey which today seems unbelievable. The story of Elizabeth Simcoe and her Canadian journey is a triumph and a tragedy, an inspiration to all Canadians.
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Ellen McIntosh-Green is a visual artist and writer who lives in Simcoe, Ontario. She was Director and Curator of the Lynnwood Arts Centre (now the Norfolk Arts Centre) in Simcoe for almost twenty years. Currently Ellen devotes herself to writing and painting in Norfolk County, Ontario.
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Book Description BookLand Press, 2010. Soft Cover. Book Condition: As New. near fine trade size soft cover tight and square unmarked and uncreased, 76pp nf/--. Bookseller Inventory # 91562