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|Fredericton, before 1820 A view of Fredericton, the capital of
New Brunswick, before 1820, a quiet town well up the long Saint John River.
|Hamilton in 1854 A view of Hamilton, Canada West, from the
mountain, 1854. Hand-coloured lithograph by Edwin Whitefield (1816-1892).
|Toronto, 1854 A view of expanding Toronto from the top of the
jail, 1854. Hand-coloured lithograph by Edwin Whitefield (1816-1892).
|White, G. Harlaw|
|Quebec Market Place The market place at Quebec, showing the
two levels of Upper and Lower Town, mid 18th century.
|Wilson, Joanna Simpson|
|Kwakiutl Potlatch A ceremony of feast and gift which
demonstrated high status, the Kwakiutl potlatch is displayed in all the finery of a chief and his
wife, c. 1919. Watercolour by Joanna Simpson.
|Tree Burial Arriving for a tree burial by canoe, in British
Columbia, a traditional Indian ceremony, c. 1920. Watercolour by Joanna Simpson
|1778 Brother Jonathon
|Wilson, Sir Daniel|
|Mount McKay Looking toward Mount McKay on the
Kaministiquia River at the tip of Lake Superior, 1866, from Fort William, a major fur-trade
|Woolford, John Elliott|
|Government House The Government House in Halifax, 1819, the
new home for Nova Scotia's governor.
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