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|Cabins, Log & Plank Houses: Exterior|
1642 Ville-Marie (Montreal) in 1642, established originally as an Indian mission
Clearing Bush clearing and loghouse in Southern Ontario. Farming frontiers arose
in Southern Ontario in the 1780s while the fur trade still lasted there.
Stong's House-1 Daniel Stong's log house, 1816, on their original land at Black
Creek Pioneer Village, Toronto, Ontario.
House in Perth Oldest house in Perth, Upper Canada, constructed c. 1816. Perth
itself was settled around 1817 near the Rideau River by disbanded troops as a barrier
against renewed American invasion.
Creek Village-1 Daniel Stong's plank house, originally erected in 1832, at Black
Creek Pioneer Village, Toronto, Ontario, with Roblin's Mill in the background.
Camp Post-confederation lumber camp in Northern Ontario.
Way House Half Way House, built c. 1850 on Kingston Road east in Scarborough,
halfway between Dunbarton and the St. Lawrence Market, and now at Black Creek Pioneer
Village, Toronto, Ontario.
House Burwick House, Woodbridge, Upper Canada, built in the 1840s, and now at
Black Creek Pioneer Village, Toronto, Ontario.
House Traders' house at Lake of the Woods, Ontario. By the 1730s, the French line
of posts extended past the Lake of the Woods and into the prairies.
Home A settler's first home on the prairie, near Carberry, Assiniboia District,
Manitoba, c. 1900. Oil painting by Edward Roped (1833-1909).
Priory The Priory, first house in Guelph, Ontario, c. 1908. Later used as a CPR
depot, it was built in 1827 by John Galt, founder of Guelph.
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.
Village Outside one of the 22 carefully restored pioneer buildings that recall
Ontario's settlement beginnings at Fanshawe Pioneer Village outside London.
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