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|Lundy's Lane Re-interment ceremony of eleven solders from the
Battle of Lundy's Lane, Upper Canada, in 1814, c. 1900.
|Wikwemikong Reserve Wikwemikong Indian Reserve,
Manitoulin Island, 1856. Set up in 1836, this area remained one of the major Indian holdings left
in Upper Canada. Watercolour by William Armstrong (1822-1914), 1908.
|Marmora Mine Early mine in Ontario, Marmora, Hastings
County, c. 1870. By Susanna Moodie (1803-1885).
|Martyr's Shrine The Martyr's Shrine, Midland, Ontario, is
dedicated to the memory of Canadian martyrs, like Brébeuf, Lalemant, Daniel, Chavanel and
|Moose Factory A Hudson's Bay Company Post at Moose Factory,
shown here in 1854 but founded in 1673.
|Moose Factory Indian homes, Moose Factory, Ontario, c.
|Moose Factory Post Hudson's Bay Company store at Moose
Factory, Ontario, with scales for weighing. Established in 1672-1673, it was the second trading
post of the Hudson's Bay Company.
|Muskoka Pioneer Village|
|Muskoka Pioneer Village A log cabin set amidst autumn colours
at Muskoka Pioneer Village, a reconstructed community that includes a museum with displays of
Muskoka's own heritage, in Huntsville, Ontario.
|John G. Simcoe Lieutenant-Governor John Graves Simcoe in
Navy Hall, Newark (Niagara), Upper Canada, his residence after 1792.
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