On this hill is a log cabin on the south side and in this story you will learn how and why Canada Hill got it's name.
Later that afternoon 1770
There was a barn raising party which could be a tradition on Canada Hill and people were meeting other people and having fun.
What he could see 1770
"I see the world and part of Canada."
The people got the rum and beer from tradeing and once the rum broke out it flowed like water. In the back is more people coming to the barn raising.
When Canada Hill got it's name 1770
In this picture William Elkins was walking over to a near by pine tree. That night he had to much rum and was walking to the tree with a little stumble.
Everyone was watching from the bottom of the tree and all the way from on top of the hills. William Elkins was drunk and climbing the tree. Once he was on top of the tree a fellow man asked him what he could see and shouted, " The whole world and part of Canada".
"What do you see up there man?"
When he got down they smashed a bottle of rum against the tree and that is how Canada Hill was named.