You never know what you’ll discover when you don protective gloves and pore over documents dating back to the 1800s.
A future U.S. president who had a hand in destroying St. John’s Anglican Church in an 1813 fire set by invading American soldiers.
An early figure in the historic Sandwich church who fathered a son through an extramarital affair with a former nun.
For the first time at the University of Windsor, the history department offered a course called public history designed to help connect a community to its past. A handful of students in the course who delved into the records of St. John’s Anglican Church in Sandwich made some interesting discoveries as they researched and created an online exhibit at Public History 497.