7: Driftwood Community Centre | Black Creek Community Walk
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3: Parson’s Site (hydro-corridor and Black Creek) | Black Creek Community Walk
The Parsons Site marks the remains of a 15th-century Iroquoian village. A 15th-century visitor to the site would have found a well fortified village with over 10 longhouses inside. Around the walls were fields growing the three sisters: corn, squash and beans. During the 20th century this was one of Toronto’s most prominent sites for archaeology. There are also plans for a new bikeway along the hydro-corridor. For more information visit the city’s Bikeway network. Leave a Reply Cancel reply. Fill in your...