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The Reverend Dr. William King (1812 - 1895), a minister in the Presbyterian Church in Canada and a founder of the Elgin Settlement in 1849, was recognized as one of the foremost leaders of the anti-slavery movement in Canada. 


prior to 1895

Place of creation

No place, unknown, or undetermined

1 photograph
Graphic (photo)
90: Open
Graphic (photo)
Copy negative PA-207774
90: Open
Item no. (creator)
Graphic (photo)
90: Open
90: Open
Other accession no.
1988-208 NPC

Terms of use

Credit: Library and Archives Canada / PA-
Restrictions on use: This collection is comprised of a mix of original photographs and modern reproductions that were made for reference purposes for Daniel Hill. The photographs which are modern reproductions made for references purposes were obtained from a number of Canadian cultural institutions and are, in most cases, clearly stamped as to where they came from. Clients wishing to obtain a copy from this collection may only request copies of original photographs. In cases where the photograph is a modern reproduction, the client must request a copy from the institution that holds the original.
Copyright: Expired

Additional name(s)

Photographer: Unknown.

Additional information

Source of photograph: Regional Collection University of Western Ontario

Series title
Env. 16

Exhibitions note
Exhibition title: The Anti-Slavery Movement in Canada. Curator: Myron Momryk, National Archives Canada, Ottawa, Ontario; 2001.02.14-2001.05.27.


Other system control no.