At the corner of Rue Saint-Anselme and Rue Prince-Édouard, construction workers discovered an archeological site dating back to the 18th century. Archaeologists believe these skeletal remains are likely those of 23 British soldiers who died during the Battle of the Plains of Abraham or the Battle of Sainte-Foy, and of one child about a year old. (Photo by Cassandra Kerwin)

Street construction reveals likely burial ground of 18th-century British soldiers

Street construction reveals likely burial ground of 18th-century British soldiers Cassandra Kerwin cassandra@qctonline.com As the Ville de Québec was making repairs to Rue Saint-Anselme at the corner of Rue du…

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Street construction reveals likely burial ground of 18th-century British soldiers was last modified: July 3rd, 2024 by QCT Editor