Windsor's community Museum is opening a new exhibit that explores what it was like living in the region in 1812.
What was it like living in Windsor 200 years ago? What were the effects of the War of 1812? What were the day to day lives of English, French, Native and Black settlers like? Well Windsor's Community Museum hopes to answer these questions and many more with a new exhibit being introduced Saturday called "Life on the Sandwich Frontier" Madelyn Della Valle is the curator of the Windsor Community Museum .
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