3.1e Pathway and Monuments

On top of the hill you will see the pathway leading to the monuments. Park your vehicle close by and take the time to walk up to them.

3.2e Pathway and Monuments

The monuments are dedicated to the pioneers of the region and to the fallen of the two World Wars.

3.3e Question: Monuments

Can you identify who was the original settler in the area?

3.4e Answer : Monuments

John Kilborn

3.5e Panorama

Take the time to admire the view from here. You can see Lakes Massawippi and Memphremagog.
You can use Orson Wheeler’s model of the panorama to identify many geographic locations in the region. Orson Wheeler was an important Canadian sculptor who was native to this region.

3.6e Question : Panorama

Can you identify the chain of mountains you see on the horizon?

3.7e Answer : panorama

The Appalachian Chain (The Green Mountains of Vermont)

Extract of
Rolling Hills, Historic Hamlets (Stanstead E & Barnston W)

Rolling Hills, Historic Hamlets (Stanstead E & Barnston W) image circuit

Presented by : La Table de concertation culturelle de la MRC de Coaticook (TCCC)

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