Bill (a seasonal resident, I believe) wrote us to see if we knew of any archaeological resources in Frontenac county or South Frontenac township.
In the book on the history of Frontenac County – Land of a Thousand Lakes, he found a brief reference to a petroglyph or painting of a Indian warrior in a canoe on a cliff face on an island in Bob’s Lake.
Apparently, this petroglyph has been part of urban legend on the lake for many years. It is believed the petroglyph is now under water since the lake was flooded in the 1830s.
Bill is trying to find out if there are any other sites or sources in the community that make reference to this petroglyph. If you know of any, please respond to this post or send a message to the Museum.