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|Sieur d'Iberville in Attack Sieur d'Iberville leading an attack on
an English post, having taken English forts from Hudson Bay to Acadian and
|General Lévis The French General Lévis at Ste. Foy, 1760, a
decidedly French success over the British forces.
|Black Woodcutter Among some 16,000 Loyalists who built the
community of Shelburne, Nova Scotia, were about 2,000 Blacks from the old Thirteen Colonies,
including this woodcutter in 1788.
|Shelburne, Nova Scotia Depicted in a watercolour of 1789, the
Loyalist town of Shelburne, Nova Scotia.
|Bouchette, Joseph Jr.|
|St. Maurice Iron Forges The St. Maurice iron forges, the most
technically advanced ironworks in America for close to a century after their establishment in
|Boultbee, Alfred Ernest|
|Birch Woods A young birch woods, common across the
Canadian Shield. Watercolour by Alfred Ernest Boultbee (1864-1929).
|Browne, William Henry James|
|Port Leopold, Northwest Territories The ravine near Port
Leopold, Northwest Territories, 1850. Colour lithograph by William Henry James
|Burnay, Edward Francis|
|Death of Montgomery A romanticized version of the
unsuccessful 1775-1776 winter assault on Quebec City by American forces under General
Richard Montgomery, who died at the approaches to Lower Town.
|Plains Winter Travel Crossing the Saskatchewan Plains in winter,
an illustration in W.F. Butler's Great Lone Land, 1881.
|Seminary of Quebec The Seminary of Quebec, established in
1663 as an institution for Canadian priesthood studies and leading to French Canada's major
Laval University in the mid 19th century.
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