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You rascals, what are you doing there? Catch him! ' The dogs sprang towards us. My feelings I cannot describe, as I started, and ran with all my might. My brothers, having taken off their coats and hats, stopped to pick them up, and then ran off in another direction, and the dogs followed them, while I escaped, and never saw them more. I heard the dogs barking after them, when I had got as much as a mile from where we started. Oh! then I was most miserable, left alone, a poor hunted stranger in a strange land - my brothers gone.

The streams and rivers teemed with fish. Wild ducks and geese lived along the waterways. 14 Eventually additional Black settlers found their way to the small but growing Queen's Bush. They, too, settled illegally as squatters, but with hard work, determination and luck, they hoped in a year or two to achieve a measure of success, a good home, a productive farm and economic stability. They looked to the future and hoped that when the land became available for sale they would have the financial resources to purchase their illegally held farms.

Most noticeable was the long jagged scar over her eye the result of a knife cut. Sometime before his death on November 24, 1807, Brant sold Burthen to Samuel Hatt, of Ancaster, for one hundred 50 THE QUEEN'S BUSH SETTLEMENT Joseph Armstrong was born a slave in Maryland in 1819. In 1837, he escaped from slavery and eventually settled in Peel Township. In 1905, E. H. Good of Waterloo photographed Mr. Armstrong in Glen Allan. With permission from The London Free Press. dollars. Burthen served Hatt for seven years until neighbours confided to her that she was being held illegally as a slave.

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