The General Store, Lost Villages, Cornwall, Ontario, Canada

Mike Oxley

Cornwall Ontario, Canada

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October 2008

From the Lost Villages site:

The Manson/Lapierre Store or the General Store, as it’s more commonly known, is a fine example of a typical working general store from any of the “lost villages”. This building came to the Lost Villages Museum site from Mille Roches and was originally part of a barn until Howard Manson moved it to a central location in the village in 1928 and converted it into a store which he ran for a decade. The store moved through the hands of a few different owners. The last owners prior to the inundation were George and Elsie Lapierre. It was Mrs. Lapierre (now Mrs. Davis) who came to the Lost Villages Museum site on July 1, 1998 to cut the ribbon to open the building to the public.

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