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|Prairie Flowers Prairie flowers and a prairie dog, Broadview,
Assiniboia, Northwest Territories, 1887. Watercolour and gouache by Edward Roper
|Rocky Ranch A ranch set amidst the Rocky Mountains, late 19th
century. Oil painting by Edward Roper (1833-1909).
|Settler's Home A settler's first home on the prairie, near Carberry,
Assiniboia District, Manitoba, c. 1900. Oil painting by Edward
|Island of Ice An Arctic island of ice, 1818. Watercolour by John
Ross (1777-1856) when in command of an unsuccessful Royal Naval expedition to seek a
navigable North West Passage to Asia.
|Marquette and Jolliet Father Marquette and Jolliet on the
Mississippi, exploring toward the south.
|The Loyalists Are Coming A rather idealized older picture of
Loyalists landing on a rocky Nova Scotian coast, in all their aristocratic finery and courtly
|Forest Scene A forest scene in British Columbia. By E. Sandys
|Logger's Camp A logger's camp on Vancouver Island, British
Columbia, c. 1890. Watercolour by E. Sandys (active 1880-1900).
|Red River Settlers Early settlers arriving at the Red River
Colony, 1812, with the first governor of the colony, Miles Macdonell.
|Braddock's Defeat The defeat of General Braddock, 1755, who,
caught with clumsy transport and inexperienced troops, met with complete disaster.
|Cree Artifacts Cree artifacts from Ruperts Land in Manitoba,
sketched in 1858, including a saddle, whip and stirrup, and medicine drums.
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