Posted by: Cornwall Community Museum | June 3, 2016

Tour of historic Crysler Ontario.

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Late 19th century Crysler from the BELDEN ATLAS.

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Pre World War 1 postcard.

Crysler was named after Colonel Jon Crysler UEL, (1768 – 1852.  He represented Dundas County in the Upper Canadian Legislative Assembly from 1808 to 1824.

A century ago Cryler’s population numbered 300.  Already assuming its bilingual character it was a stop on the Ottawa and new York Central Railway.

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An Edwardian era postcard.

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Standing the below the Crysler Dam in the mid 1950s.

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This is a selection of archival material about Crysler at the Cornwall Community Museum.

 

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