The official launch of QAHN
's much-anticipated "100 Objects" website took place on 26 March 2013 at Uplands Heritage and Cultural Centre in Lennoxville (Sherbrooke), Quebec.
Founded in 2000, QAHN
is an organization engaged in promoting the preservation of the cultural and natural heritage of Quebec.
On 03 December 2012, we received confirmation from QAHN that our submission has been chosen and will be included in the SOFTI project.
Even though it has no link to the SOFTI Project, it is very interesting to note that a two-page text titled, Commemorating a Loyalist--The restoration of Sir John Johnson's Burial Vault, written by Jessica Campbell, appeared in the magazine, Quebec Heritage News, Winter 2013, published by QAHN. The author outlines the life of Sir John Johnson, the story of the burial vault, and its restoration project.
On 10 and 11 September members of the branch attended the tenth Annual General Meeting of the Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network (QAHN
) held at Orford.
Editor's Note: The following article and photo were published in the November-December 2008 issue of the Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network (QAHN
)magazine, Quebec Heritage News: Quebec's English-language History Magazine, on page 7.
Phyllis Hamilton, Louise Hall and Adelaide Lanktree attended the Quebec Anglophone Heritage Network (QAHN
) Conference on rural cemetery conservation at Stanstead.
At our Annual Meeting 2 June 2001, we heard the interesting speaker Richard Evans, President of the newly formed umbrella network of historical and heritage associations in Quebec, which is called QAHN (Quebec Anglo Heritage Network).
At the spring meeting of QAHN, Marion Phelps became the first person to receive an award named in her honour, showing appreciation for her long term and outstanding contribution to the preservation of Anglophone Heritage in the Province of Quebec.