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|Structures||Click on the thumbnail to view the image, and for information about ordering reproductions.|
|Churches & Cathedrals: 20th Century|
|Women's Institutes An early annual convention in Ontario of the
Women's Institutes, at the Methodist Church in Lyons, Elgin County, Ontario, 1915.
|St. James United Church St. James United Church, Ottawa,
|Martyr's Shrine The Martyr's Shrine, Midland, Ontario, is
dedicated to the memory of Canadian martyrs, like Brébeuf, Lalemant, Daniel, Chavanel and
|Inside the Martyr's Shrine An interior view of the Martyr's
Shrine, Midland, Ontario, a shrine dedicated to the memory of the early missionary martyrs who
died while working among the Huron Indians.
|Métis Prisoners Métis prisoners outside the Regina Court House,
with Mounted Police behind them, during the North West Rebellion of 1885.
|Louis Riel Louis Riel, addressing the jury at his Regina trial, July
1885, defending himself forcefully in English, following the North West Rebellion.
|Dormitories & Shelters|
|Immigration Building The women's dormitory at the immigration
building, St. John, New Brunswick, c. 1920s.
|Relief Project Great Depression relief project showing the
Ottawa Air Station, the interior of the main sleeping area, 1993.
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