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|Indian Tepees Cree or Assiniboine tepees in front of Rocky
Mountain Fort in Alberta, 1848. Watercolour by Paul Kane (1810-1871), who from 1846 to 1848
travelled throughout the west to portray the life of Western
|Kay, William P.|
|Fredericton in Winter A winter scene in Fredericton, early 19th
|Toronto Area in 1851 A countryside scene in summer, near
Toronto, 1851. Lithograph by Augustus Kollner (1813-1870).
|Indian Hunter An Indian hunter calling, as depicted by Cornelius
Krieghoff, a Dutch artist who lived in Quebec from the 1840s to the 1860s.
|Habitants at Cards A house scene of Canadien habitants playing
cards, in a later view by the famed Cornelius Krieghoff, in a close family farmhouse.
|Habitant Sleigh A Canadien habitant in a horse-drawn sleigh in
rural French Canada. Oil painting by Cornelius Krieghoff, who lived in Quebec from the 1840s
to the 1860s.
|Lumber Camp Post-confederation lumber camp in Northern
|Habitants in Typical Dress Canadian Habitants in the typical garb
of country-dwellers, with homespun coat, a traditional woven sash, knitted toque, sturdy boots,
pipe and riding whips.
|Quebec Lady A Quebec lady in town winter dress greeting a
priest, mid 18th century.
|Loyalist Sorel, Quebec Some American Loyalists went inland to
gather at the town of Sorel, east of Montreal, later to settle along the upper St. Lawrence River to
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