Menu

Seigneury of L'Orignal, The

A parcel of land along the Ottawa River granted to François Prévost in 1674 was the first seigneury in what is now Ontario. Perhaps because of its remoteness, the area was not developed for settlement until the end of the 18th century. By 1825, however, a thriving village was in evidence on the Pointe à l'Orignac seigneury.

Location

In Centennial Park, 772 Front Street, L'Orignal

Region: Eastern Ontario

County/District: United Counties of Prescott and Russell

Municipality: Township of Champlain

Themes