10 years ago: fall 1999.
Volume XXXVII, No. 2, Fall 1999 reported on the eighty-fifth UELAC Conference "Loyalist Heritage from East to West," held in Edmonton, Alberta, attended by "almost 100 delegates."
It also announced a four-day Loyalist Trip to the Hudson Valley by Edward Kipp and George Anderson. [Please see the announcement of the September 2010 Mohawk Valley tour by Ed and George on page 36 of this issue.]
In the Obituaries section, Ruth Redmond UE, who passed away on 5 April 1999 at age 96, was described as the "Angel of Lundy's Lane" who "resisted commercialization and fought her own war to save a large portion of the War of 1812 Lundy's Lane battlefield site." [For more information about Ruth, please refer to the article "Ruth Redmond UE, a 'Unique Canadian Patriot': The Tradition of Red Geraniums on Lundy's Lane" by Bev Craig UE on page 25 of this issue.]
By Robert C. McBride UE, B.Sc., M.Ed., Editor, The Loyalist Gazette, and Central East Regional Vice-President.
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|Title Annotation:||Looking Back|
|Author:||McBride, Robert C.|
|Publication:||The Loyalist Gazette|
|Article Type:||Brief article|
|Date:||Sep 22, 2009|
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