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Thomas Heath Haviland Monument

A Father of Confederation, he was a delegate to the Quebec conference of 1864 and was one of the three who, in 1873, arranged for the entry of Prince Edward Island into Confederation. He had previously been a strong supporter of Confederation even when most Islanders were not. A Senator from 1873-79, and Lieutenant Governor of Prince Edward Island from 1879-84. He was born in Charlottetown, November 13, 1822 and died in Charlottetown September 11, 1895. He is buried at the St. Peter's Cemetery. The grave is marked by the Government of Canada.

Location

Charlottetown

(At the Province House)
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