Tobermory is situated on the point of the Bruce Peninsula, separating Georgien Bay from Lake Huron.
Up until the mid-1800s, the area known as the Bruce Peninsula was territory controlled the Saugeen Ojibway Nations.
European settlement began on the peninsula in the mid 1800s. Attracted by the rich fisheries and lush forest, settlers found the land known then as the “Indian or Saugeen Peninsula” to be irresistible. ref: http://www.thebrucepeninsula.com/history.html
Location: Tobermory, Ontario
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Copyright: Yannik Hay
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