All Other Things Dalhousie
This section contains links to anything we can find that has the name Dalhousie attached to it. Some may be related to our lodge, most have no relationship and are just here for the fun of it.

Joseph Warren History In December 1769 Warren, received commission for the Earl of Dalhousie, Grand Master of Masons in Scotland, appointing him Provincial Grand Master of Masons in Boston and within 100 miles of the same. Thus began the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts which eventually led to the formation of our lodge, Dalhousie in 1860.



Joseph Warren Tavern
George Washington stopped by for refreshments... Paul Revere considered us one of his favorite 'watering holes'... When Washington died his funeral speech was given here...

The Warren Tavern was probably the first building erected in Charlestown after the British razed the town during the Battle of Bunker Hill on June 17,1775. It was founded by Captain Eliphelet Newell in 1780. Newell had been believed to have been a participant at the famous Boston Tea Party and as an ardent patriot and admirer of Dr.(General) Joseph Warren, it is natural that he named his tavern after the fallen hero of the Battle of Bunker Hill.


Dalhousie University Early in the 19th century, George Ramsay, the 9th Earl of Dalhousie, who was Lieutenant-Governor of Nova Scotia at the time, established a college that would be open to all, regardless of class or creed .Located in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Port Dalhousie Lighthouse
Port dalhousie was the northern terminus of the Welland Canal from 1829 to 1932. This canal connected Lakes Ontario and Erie, thus bypassing Niagara Falls. The original rear range light was built in 1852. The front range light was built in 1879. The rear range light was rebuilt in 1893 and 1898. Fire destroyed the original structure, and lightning destroyed the second.


Dalhousie Estate For Lord and Lady Dalhousie extend a warm welcome to their home at the ancient city of Brechin in the beautiful County of Angus in North East Scotland. Brechin Castle and the splendid Castle Gardens have been in the Dalhousie Family since the 17th Century and cover 55,000 acres of stunning countryside from rich farmland in the vale of Strathmore at Brechin and Edzell to the summits of the Grampian Mountains. A range of quality accommodation from comfortable staffed Shooting Lodges to self catering cottages is available throughout the Estate. Angus is an area rich in culture and history with wonderful walking and wildlife, superb salmon fishing, heather moorlands, and high tops where red deer herds are to be seen; also fine golf course and majestic coastal scenery. More on the castle... Situated on the western outskirts of Brechin on a crag overlooking the River South Esk, Brechin Castle is the seat of the Earls of Dalhousie. A castle built by the Maules existed here in the 13th Century, but for nearly 300 years Brechin was a royal stronghold. In the 16th century it passed to the Erskine Earls of Mar, but in 1634 it was purchased by the Maules who were later created Earls of Panmure. Much of the present building was erected in the 18th century. There is a visitor centre and Pictish Centre in its grounds.


Dalhousie, Chamba District, Himachal Pradesh, India Dalhousie is a beautiful hill station in the Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh in India. Established in 1854 by the British Empire in India as a summer retreat for its troops and bureaucrats, the town was named after Lord Dalhousie who was the British Viceroy in India at that time. Dalhousie is built on and around five hills and has an estimated population of 10,000. Located on the western edge of the Dhauladhar mountain range of the Himalayas, Dalhousie is surrounded by the beautiful scenery of snow-capped peaks.




Brechin Castle Centre The Dalhousie Family welcome you to Brechin Castle Centre. At Brechin Castle Centre there's lots more to buy than top quality plants and gifts. And more to enjoy than the delicious home baked food in the Coffee Shop. A visit to Brechin Castle Centre is a special day out for all the family. We want to share our love of the countryside with our visitors, so we developed the Country Park and Model Farm, the ornamental lake with its bird life, and walks round 62 acres. We built the Dragon's Lair Adventure Playground because we understand that if the kids are enjoying themselves, parents can relax too.





Dalhousie Pipe Band Welcome to the Home Page of the Dalhousie Pipe Band and Dalhousie Dancers. We are located in Basel, Switzerland. Please take your time and have a look through our web pages. Your comments and feedback are very much appreciated and welcome.