Hilary Dawson is an experienced researcher in the genealogy and history of Ontario (Upper Canada / Canada West). She has spent over twenty years uncovering Toronto area history through the stories of the people who lived there. In 2002, she was the recipient of the Etobicoke Historical Society's Jean Hibbert Award for her contribution to Etobicoke Township's history (in particular, the discovery of a hitherto unknown Black presence). She is a lecturer and author of articles on Afro-Canadian history.
BA Hons (Archaeology & Mediaeval History)
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