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|Winter: Atlantic Coast|
|Fredericton in Winter A winter scene in Fredericton, early 19th
|Winter Lumbering Winter lumbering in New Brunswick
involved hauling logs through the woods to the riverbank by oxen, early 19th
|Winter: Northwest Territories|
|Winter Sled Teams Sled teams engaged in winter travel in the
Coppermine Region, North West Territories, in a photo taken about 1949.
|Bark Canoe A bark canoe and snowshoes under
|Black Creek Rail fences and barns in a wintery outdoor scene at
Black Creek Pioneer Village outside Toronto, Ontario, a reconstructed settlement site with
original structures from surrounding localities in Upper Canada.
|Lumber Camp Post-confederation lumber camp in Northern
Northland, by Manly MacDonald (1889-1971), a sensitive portrayal of a Northern
Ontario wintery landscape.
Boat Race Ice boat and
motorcycle on Toronto Bay, March 1911. Billed as the "Mile a Minute
Race" and reaching speeds up to 100
kilometres per hour, the crew of the ice boat Comet included the
brothers who built it, Carol C. Wells and Samuel R. Wells. Also in the boat are Malcolm
Cuthbertson, Frank Kerr, and William Self. On the motorcycle is Canadian
motorcycling champion Herb Kipp.
|Snow Scene Snow near Niagara Falls, Ontario,
|Canadian Sunrise An Ontario sunrise over a frozen winter
|Bare Forest A forest in winter, with bare deciduous trees
alongside a semi-frozen stream.
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