A Group of St. Catharines Veterans In Front of the Watson Monument at City Hall
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- An image of a group of soldiers and citizens in front of the Watson Monument at City Hall, St. Catharines, Ontario. Date Unknown.
- Slide File Number: 01.2-A-1
The Image is from St. Catharines: The Garden City, a souvenir book, 1904.
The Watson Monument was errected in memory of Private Alexander Watson, 90th Winnipeg Battalion Rifles. He died in the North West Rebellion in 1885. The monument was erected in 1886 and stood in front of the old city hall until it was moved to its present location at the corner of Church and James Streets. The monument was restored in the 1970s; bronze plaques were installed when the original lettering was lost.
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