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Starting in 1684, the Sulpicians, Seigneurs of the island of Montreal, conceded about fifty land grants on the shores of Lake St. Louis between Lachine and Sainte-Anne-du-Bout-de-l'Îsle. The coast of St. Clair was one of those concessions. Under the seigneurial system, the Sulpicians had to...
by Dick Nieuwendyk – Montreal Times [caption id="attachment_17711" align="alignleft" width="196"] Photo: Alexander Henderson/McCord Museum Arch[/caption] In the early nineteenth century the woodlands located on the mountain in the Trafalgar (Côte-des-Neiges and Le Boulevard) area belonged mostly to wealthy Montreal families. Some of these were the Smith,...
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