It is called Wellington County: Black Heritage Reclaimed Driving Map and it is put out by the Guelph Black Heritage Society.
The map highlights 11 significant locations to the historical Black community including the Queen’s Bush.
In the description, the settlement area between Waterloo Region, Wellington County and Lake Huron was where more than 1,500 free and formerly enslaved Black individuals lived starting in the 1820s.
“We provide a little history about the location and why it is significant,” said Denise Francis, president and treasurer of GBHS. “People can go out to look at the fields of corn and see what used to be there.”