South Dundas Murals: #14. History of Agricultural Mural - Williamsburg IOOF Hall
Artist: John Ellenburger, Pembroke
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The first settlers had to clear the forest, break the land, plant a crop, and make a home. This new life was harsh and challenging. Their survival depended on their successes. Although agricultural practices have changed the importance remains. This mural depicts progression in agriculture from about 1784 through 1940.