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|Rideau Canal Entrance North entrance to the Rideau Canal,
Bytown (Ottawa), Upper Canada, 1845. This sketch was done from the Royal Engineer's office
by Thomas Burrowes.
|Rideau Canal Locks-1 Stone locks of the Rideau Canal, Ottawa,
Ontario, c. 1870.
|Rideau Canal Locks-2 View across the Rideau Canal Locks at
Ottawa, Ontario, 1873, showing lumber piles in a working city.
|Riverside Farm A newly cleared farm by Riverside, Upper
Canada, 1791, with stumps left to rot for later removal and rough rail fences.
|Rupert's House Post Rupert's House, the first post of the
Hudson's Bay Company, on the Rubert River along the eastern side of James Bay,
|Rubber Plant A synthetic rubber plant at Sarnia, Ontario, during
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