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|Simpson, Charles Walter|
|Order for Allegiance Drafting the Order for Allegiance which
required Acadians to swear loyalty to Britain, at Annapolis Royal, the first seat of government for
British Nova Scotia.
|Navy Hall Open air gathering of the Upper Canada Legislative
Assembly, Navy Hall, Niagara, 1792. Initially, there were sixteen member elected at least every
four years. Oil on canvas by Charles Walter Simpson (1878-1942).
|P.E.I. Council The Prince Edward Island Council in session in
the later 18th century.
|First Parliament The first federal parliament of Canada,
November, 1867, at the new parliament buildings in Ottawa, Ontario. Painting by Charles Walter
|Simpson, Jenny Russell|
|Winnipeg, 1872 Portage and Main Streets in Winnipeg, 1872,
one year before the prairie settlement became a city. Hand-coloured and retouched photograph by
Jenny Russell Simpson, 1926.
|Wolfe's Landing A composite view of Wolfe's landing above
Quebec, September, 1759, showing the (night-time) landing of boats going in from the British
fleet and the (day-time) battle under way on the Plains of Abraham.
|Smyth, John Richard Coke|
|Huron Indians The Huron Indians of Loreth. The Huron were
one of the major early Iroquoian Indian groups in Ontario. Lithography by John Richard Coke
Smyth (1808-1882), c. 1838.
|Ursuline Nuns Chapel The chapel of the Ursuline Nuns, Quebec,
which continued as a leading teaching order in Quebec after the British regime took
|Toronto Harbour The entrance to Toronto Harbour from Lake
Ontario, c. 1842. Hand-coloured lithograph by John Richard Coke Smyth
|Snider, Charles Henry Jeremy|
|The Sir Isaac Brock Building the Sir Isaac Brock on the stocks at
York, Upper Canada, April 1813. It was burnt before completion to prevent her capture by the
Americans in April, 1813. By Charles Henry Jeremy Snider (1879-1971), c. 1913.
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