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|Long Sault Rapids Long Sault Rapids on the St. Lawrence River,
|Jesuits in Quebec, 1761 The Jesuit Church and College at
Quebec, 1761, after the British capture in 1759, still showing the effects of bombardment on the
roofs and walls.
|Quebec in 1761 A view of Quebec in 1761, from fields to the
river, with the Ursulines Convent inside the old town wall.
|Halifax, 1770s A view of Halifax in the 1770s, no longer closed
in by log palisades but rather an expanding commercial town and port, facing seaward to
|Downtown Halifax A view of downtown Halifax in the later 18th
century, showing Nova Scotia's Government House as the large mansion between the two
|Shrapnel, Edward Scrope|
|Loyalist Home An early Loyalist home in Upper Canada, c.
|Simcoe, Elizabeth Posthuma|
|Kingston, 1793 The new town of Kingston, a Loyalist creation,
as seen in a sketch by Elizabeth Simcoe, in 1793.
|Founding of York Sketch by Elizabeth Simcoe, wife of the first
lieutenant-governor of Upper Canada, of ships firing an official salute at the founding of York,
|Sketches by Mrs. Simcoe Sketches by Elizabeth P. Simcoe, wife
of Upper Canada's first Lieutenant Governor, of Sorel, Quebec, Fort Niagara from Navy Hall,
Upper Canada, Montmorency Falls, Quebec, and York harbour, Upper Canada, 1792-
|Credit River A view of Credit River, Upper Canada, 1796. Grey
wash and watercolour by Elizabeth Posthuma Simcoe (1766-1850), wife of Upper Canada's first
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