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|Ville-Marie, 1642 Ville-Marie (Montreal) in 1642, established
originally as an Indian mission and haven.
|Montreal, 1650 A sketch of Montreal, 1649-1650, displaying the
basic Fort by the river, and the Hotel-Dieu of the Church.
|Grey Nuns Convent The entrance to the Grey Nuns Convent,
Montreal, a 19th century picture of a far older edifice, one that exists to the present.
|Chateau de Ramezay Chateau de Ramezay, Montreal, a
handsome residence of an early governor's family in Montreal, still standing today as a
|British Troops British troops in Montreal, who took control of
the city in 1760, a city solidly built in stone.
|North West Company House The North West Company house on
Vaudreuil Street, Montreal, a company first formed in the 1770s by a group of fur
|The Bank of Montreal, 1817. The Bank of Montreal, Canada's
first major bank, was incorporated in Montreal, the prime focus of early nineteenth Canadian
business and finance.
|The Lord Sydenham The river steamer Lord Sydenham arriving
at Montreal, April 27, 1841, the first steamer after the long months of winter
|Carting Snow. A horse-drawn sleigh carting snow from Montreal
streets in the grim winter of 1849.
|Montreal A view of Montreal, c. 1850. Colour
|Victoria Bridge Victoria Bridge, Montreal, from the South Shore,
|Horse Market Horse market in Bonsecours Market, Montreal,
|Montreal Harbour The Montreal harbour in the 1900s, with the
Notre Dame Church towers in the background.
|Oil Refinery A tank farm and oil refinery in Montreal during the
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