Sheguiandah offers perspectives on prehistory, peregrinations into the past, a tour through time

The observation deck at Ten Mile Point Trading Post affords a 180-degree vista of thousands of square miles of islands in Georgian Bay. photos by Isobel Harry

by Isobel Harry

SHEGUIANDAH - Nowhere is the prehistory of Manitoulin Island so beautifully laid out and so tangible as in Sheguiandah and vicinity, in the Town of Northeastern Manitoulin and the Islands (NEMI). Here we may train our eyes to spot dazzling white quartzite outcrops, the only bit of land that stood above the glacial melt of the last Ice Age, before the Island was inhabited, about...

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