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dc.contributor.authorCameron, Chantal
dc.descriptionThe Mackenzie Heritage Printery Museum in Queenston, Ontario, is Canada’s largest working printing museum. The museum is housed in the 19th century home of William Lyon Mackenzie, a journalist and politician who published the Colonial Advocate and was instrumental in the Rebellion of 1837. The museum contains a Louis Roy Press, the oldest in Canada and one of the few original wooden presses remaining in the world.en_US
dc.description.abstractA newsletter of the Mackenzie Heritage Printery Museum in Queenston, Ontario, titled Pica 13. The newsletter is dated autumn & winter, 2001. A feature of interest in the newsletter is the Niagara Bee, a newspaper published in Niagara. Only 2 copies of this newspaper have been found, one issue in July, 1812, and the other dated October 24, 1812. The latter issue details the Battle of Queenston Heights and the death of General Sir Isaac Brock. This original issue of the Bee is available in Special Collections & Archives, Brock University Library, Brock University.en_US
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dc.subjectMackenzie Heritage Printery Museumen_US
dc.titlePica 13: Newsletter of the Mackenzie Heritage Printery Museum, 2001en_US

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