HMCS Stone Frigate

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HMCS Stone Frigate is a dormitory and classroom block of the Royal Military College of Canada in Kingston, Ontario.wikipedia
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HMCS Stone Frigate is a dormitory and classroom block of the Royal Military College of Canada in Kingston, Ontario. The former warehouse was converted into a dormitory and classrooms when the Royal Military College of Canada was established in 1876, on the site of the former dockyard.
The Stone Frigate, a large stone building completed in 1820 by Sir Robert Barrie, was designed to hold gear and rigging from British warships dismantled in compliance with the Rush–Bagot Treaty.

Kingston Royal Naval Dockyard

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The Stone Frigate was originally a storehouse at the Kingston Royal Naval Dockyard, Point Frederick Peninsula, in Kingston, Ontario.
After the wood barracks burned down in 1816, the Stone Frigate became the main building on Point Frederick.

Rush–Bagot Treaty

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Designed by Archibald Fraser in 1819–24, it was constructed under the command of Captain Robert Barrie to store gear and rigging of the British fleet from the War of 1812 which had been dismantled and housed in Navy Bay pursuant to the Rush–Bagot Treaty of 1817.
HMCS Stone Frigate, located at the Royal Military College in Kingston, Ontario, was constructed during 1820 to store part of the dismantled British fleet from the War of 1812, which had been dismantled pursuant to the Rush–Bagot Treaty.

Point Frederick (Kingston, Ontario)

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The Stone Frigate was originally a storehouse at the Kingston Royal Naval Dockyard, Point Frederick Peninsula, in Kingston, Ontario.
The dockyard and the Stone Frigate were converted to classrooms, cadet dormitories, a kitchen and mess halls.

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The former warehouse was converted into a dormitory and classrooms when the Royal Military College of Canada was established in 1876, on the site of the former dockyard.
The Stone Frigate at Royal Military College of Canada in Kingston, Ontario was constructed in 1820 to store part of the dismantled fleet from the War of 1812.

Kingston, Ontario

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HMCS Stone Frigate is a dormitory and classroom block of the Royal Military College of Canada in Kingston, Ontario. The Stone Frigate was originally a storehouse at the Kingston Royal Naval Dockyard, Point Frederick Peninsula, in Kingston, Ontario.

War of 1812

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Designed by Archibald Fraser in 1819–24, it was constructed under the command of Captain Robert Barrie to store gear and rigging of the British fleet from the War of 1812 which had been dismantled and housed in Navy Bay pursuant to the Rush–Bagot Treaty of 1817.

Fort Frederick (Kingston, Ontario)

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In 1941, the Royal Military College of Canada cadets were housed in the Stone Frigate while student officers taking Canadian junior war staff courses, field security courses and radio technician's courses were quartered in Fort Frederick.

Department of National Defence (Canada)

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The Department of National Defence officially re-opened the renovated Stone Frigate building in early April 2004.

Canadian Register of Historic Places

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The Stone Frigate is on the Registry of Historic Places of Canada.

Jean Boyle

He spent his first year at school in Fort Champlain, sharing a room with Brian D. Pashley, before moving on to spend his next three years living in the Stone Frigate; he participated in varsity football, handball and judo.

Robert Barrie

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Between 1819 and 1820 Captain Barrie, as Flag Officer of the Great Lakes, built the Stone Frigate in Kingston Royal Navy Dockyard to house the gear of the warships of 1812 laid up in Navy Bay.

Barracks

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The Stone Frigate, completed in 1820, served as barracks briefly in 1837–38, and was refitted as a dormitory and classrooms to house the Royal Military College of Canada by 1876.

Provincial Marine

To house the gear of the warships of 1812 laid up in Navy Bay, Captain Barrie built the Stone Frigate in Kingston Dockyard.