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Lawrenceville

Lawrenceville was colonized by Isaac Lawrence, originally from the village of Canaan in Connecticut, who moved to this Township with his family in 1794. His son Erastus built both a sawmill and flour mill on an island – Île du Moulin (Mill Island) – that is now a treasured heritage site with mere traces of the mills. Two historic residences have survived: the Victorian-style Island Park House and another more modest home with a double-slope roof. These homes reflect the co-existence of the two founding cultures, who chose the town's name in honour of its founding family.

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