There is a page of site-specific information for each of the rings (of tower bells hung for change-ringing) in North America. (All are in Canada and the United States of America; none are in Mexico). To make it easy for you to find the page or site you seek, or to discover information about relationships among them, they are indexed in several different ways, as follows:
If you are looking for a specific site by its institutional name (e.g., a church or school) or by the instrument's proper name, go to any of the above indexes and then use the "find" feature of your Web browser to locate a distinctive word (or partial word) in that name.
If you don't find there the site you seek, then look here - possibly it's a chime rather than a ring. A few instances are known where Whitechapel bells were supplied with ringing fittings but were apparently never used as such. There are also discredited or unsubstantiated rumors, etc.
If you just want to find other places on the Web that present information about rings in North America and elsewhere, see the Ringing Info Website.
Return to Indexes to sites in North America.
This page was created 2000/02/27 and last revised 2020/05/26.
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