Negro Burial Ground

Located in Niagara-on-the-Lake, the Negro Burial Ground was once home to the Niagara Baptist Church founded in 1830. When Upper Canada passed an act in 1793 forbidding the introduction of slaves and freeing the children of those in the cology at twenty-five, the Niagara region attracted refugee slaves from the United States. Some are buried here at this burial site. 

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