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|Loyalist Farm Essential domestic work on an emerging Loyalist
farm in early Upper Canada: carding wool from sheep, spinning thread, weaving cloth for
garments, hauling firewood, and serving tea.
|Laurence, Henry Buckton|
|The Grange The principal entrance to the Grange, York,
completed around 1820 by Attorney General and Judge D'Arcy Boulton.
|Ice Trotting A trotting match on the ice at Prince Edward Island,
c. 1867. Photogravure by Henry Buckton Laurence (active 1866-1868).
|Canadian Coasting Wintertime coasting (sledding), c. 1867.
Photogravure by Henry Buckton Laurence (active 1866-1868).
|Leitch, Richard Principal|
|Quebec City, 1860 Looking at Quebec City from the Pointe de
Lévy shore, 1860. Watercolour by Richard Principal Leitch (active 1840-1882).
|Levinge, Richard George|
|Sleigh Club A meeting of the Sleigh Club at the barracks, St.
John, New Brunswick, 1837. Hand-coloured lithograph by Richard George Levinge
|Salmon Spearing Malecite Indians in New Brunswick spearing
Atlantic salmon by torchlight on the Nashwaak River, c. 1837. Watercolour by Richard George
Augustus Levinge (1811-1889).
|Linton, William James|
|Fort Edmonton Fort Edmonton along the North Saskatchewan
River was rebuilt and occupied by the Hudson's Bay Company after Indians destroyed its
|Iles of Spruce Celebrating the works of Canada's famed Group of
Seven, Arthur Lismer's painting, "Iles of Spruce", was reproduced on a 1970
|Lyon, George Francis|
|Inuit Seal Hunting Seal hunting by the Inuit included waiting and
listening at seal-holes on the ice, as portrayed by Captain G. Lyon during a search for the North
West Passage, 1821-1823.
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