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|Bartlett, William H.|
|St. John Falls The falls in the St. John River in New
|Lumber Rafts Lumber rafts at the junction of the St. Lawrence
and Ottawa rivers, early 1840s, one of a series of celebrated engravings by W.M. Bartlett,
published in Canadian Scenery, 1842.
|Timber Rafts Timber rafts on the St. Lawrence River, with sails
helping the current.
|Birchbark Canoe Construction Building a birchbark canoe, c.
1900, most probably by Lower St. Lawrence Indians.
|Battye, Edward W.|
|Glengarry Highlanders Cairn raised by the Glengarry
Highlanders, c. 1843, Glengarry County, Upper Canada. Four hundred Catholic Highlanders
were located in Glengarry Country. Lithograph by Edward W. Battye (active
|Battle of St. Eustache The Battle of St. Eustache, 1837, between
British troops and French-Canadian Patriotes, was the largest clash during the Lower Canada
Rebellion of 1837.
|Bigsby, John Jeremiah|
|Kingston, 1819. A view of Kingston, Upper Canada,
|Brigden, Frederick H.|
|Tecumseh Tecumseh (1768-1813). Half-tone print by Frederick
H. Brigden (1871-1956).
|Chief Pontiac Chief Pontiac addressing tribesmen gathered in
council in the Great Lake West region.
|Grey Nuns Convent The entrance to the Grey Nuns Convent,
Montreal, a 19th century picture of a far older edifice, one that exists to the present.
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