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|Silver Islet Mine-2 Silver Islet Mine, Thunder Bay, Ontario, c.
1870s, yielded rich returns of silver from the later 1860s into the 1880s.
|Thunder Cape A towering out-thrust of Canadian Shield rock,
Thunder Cape stands at Thunder Bay, where the town of Port Arthur developed from the 1870s.
Watercolour by William Armstrong (1822-1914).
|Algoma The steamship Algoma, at Port Arthur (later Thunder
Bay), Ontario, 1884.
|Kaministiquia River Aerial view of the Kaministiquia river
approach from Thunder Bay, Ontario to Fort William, Ontario, late 19th century.
|Colonization Road A colonization road near Thunder Bay,
Ontario for post World War I settlement.
|Hollinger Stamp Mill The original Hollinger Stamp Mill, 1910,
now preserved at Timmins, Ontario as a monument, after helping begin one of Ontario's greatest
|Timmins, Ontario Main Street, Timmins, Ontario, c. 1919, named
after Noah Timmins, the developer of the Hollinger gold mine.
|Ontario Bank The Ontario Bank, founded in 1860, with its
headquarters building on Wellington Street in Toronto, completed in 1876.
|Bank of Montreal Bank of Montreal, Yonge and Front Streets,
Toronto, Ontario, 1868 (constructed in 1845).
|Bank of Toronto Bank of Toronto, Church and Wellington
Streets, Toronto, Ontario, 1868, and founded in 1856.
|Bank of Commerce Bank of Commerce and the American
Express Company, Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario, 1868.
|Bank of Upper Canada The Bank of Upper Canada, on Adelaide
Street, Toronto, Ontario, 1872, with the left portion of the structure, which still stands, occupied
by the bank, c. 1830-1861.
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