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1867 - The Buffalo Express reports that frog season is underway. Approximately 2,000 frog legs are eaten every day in Buffalo, many of which are caught in the vicinity of Frenchman's Creek in Fort Erie. (Buffalo Express, July 27, 1867)
1968 - Sunday thoroughbred racing and legalized gambling make their debut at Fort Erie Racetrack. (Many Voices, Fort Erie, Ont.: Fort Erie Museum Board, 1996, p. 235)
1981 - Council approves a motion to lease Bertie Hall in order to house the Mildred M. Mahoney Dolls' House Collection. (Times-Review, FEHM File, Dolls' House Gallery)
1981 - Fort Erie town council agrees to purchase GTR B-1 Station, (built in 1873) from CN for $1.25. The structure is now part of the Fort Erie Railroad Museum. (Many Voices, Fort Erie, Ont.: Fort Erie Museum Board, 1996, p. 112)