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|Huron Deer Hunt A stylized European 17th century picture (with
fences) of a deer hunt by Huron Indians, produced for the accounts of Samuel de Champlain's
travels, published in Paris in 1632).
|Deer at Cache Lake An early picture of deer at Cache Lake,
Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario.
|Deer Fawn A white-tailed deer fawn amongst green
|Blackfoot Horse and Travois The Blackfoot Plains Indians with
horse and travois, used to transport tepees, food and family goods across the open
|Peregrine Maitland's Home Lady on horseback at the entrance to
the home of Sir Peregrine Maitland, Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada,
|National Transcontinental-2 Men and horses at work on the
National Transcontinental Railway, which ran from Quebec City to Northern Ontario, late 19th
|Massey Light Binder The horse-drawn Massey Light Binder in
the late 19th century, an early product of a Toronto, Ontario based farm machinery company that
rose to Canada-wide eminence from the 1880s onward.
|Bullocks Corners, Ontario Express horse-drawn coach at
Bullocks Corners, Ontario, 1897, with a Bell Telephone sign in the background.
|Muskox Group Muskox dwell on northern Canadian tundra and
instinctively form tight defensive groups against attackers, here seen on Devon
|Muskox Two muskox on the snow of Devon Island, North West
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