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1810 Timber base at Montmorency, just below Quebec, in the 1810s, with a distant
view of Quebec, both Lower and Upper Town.
Falls A dramatic site, Montmorency Falls near Quebec City was a favourite visiting
spot for travellers and for British officers and their lady friends.
Snow Storm A snow storm in the Lower Town, Quebec City, Quebec, 1828.
by Alexander C. Mercer (1783-1868).
Diamond Below Cape Diamond, Quebec City, Lower Canada, 1829. By James
City in Winter Quebec City in winter, with a view of a cul-de-sac street taken
from near the King's Store, 1830. Watercolour by James Pattison Cockburn
Bridge An ice bridge over the St. Lawrence River at Quebec, 1831, invited many
popular activities. Etching and aquatint with watercolour by James Pattison Cockburn
University Laval University at Quebec was founded around the major Catholic
seminary in 1852, but was already a large public university by the 1890s.
City, 1860 Looking at Quebec City from the Pointe de Lévy shore, 1860.
Watercolour by Richard Principal Leitch (active 1840-1882).
Construction Office construction in Quebec City during the 1950s.
Construction New high-rises under construction in Montreal, 1959.
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