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|Winter Transport Winter transport by habitant sleigh in mid 18th
|McGill University McGill University at Montreal was chartered
in 1821, began teaching in 1829, and in 1843 moved to this and other buildings on the slopes of
|Quebec Snow Storm A snow storm in the Lower Town, Quebec
City, Quebec, 1828. Watercolour by Alexander C. Mercer (1783-1868).
|Quebec City in Winter Quebec City in winter, with a view of a
cul-de-sac street taken from near the King's Store, 1830. Watercolour by James Pattison
|Ice Bridge An ice bridge over the St. Lawrence River at Quebec,
1831, invited many popular activities. Etching and aquatint with watercolour by James Pattison
|Habitant Sleigh A Canadien habitant in a horse-drawn sleigh in
rural French Canada. Oil painting by Cornelius Krieghoff, who lived in Quebec from the 1840s
to the 1860s.
|Winter Crossing The "Royal Mail" crossing the ice
of the Gulf of St. Lawrence between Prince Edward Island and the mainland, c. 1867.
Photogravure by Henry Buckton Laurence (active 1866-1868).
|Ice Castle The Montreal ice castle, 1887, for the city's annual
Winter Carnival. Lithograph.
|Plains Winter Travel Crossing the Saskatchewan Plains in winter,
an illustration in W.F. Butler's Great Lone Land, 1881.
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