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|Cabins, Log & Plank Houses: Interior|
|Daniel Stong's House-2 Inside the Stong log house, 1816, on the
Stong's original land at Black Creek Pioneer Village, Toronto, Ontario.
|Uncle Tom's Cabin Inside Uncle Tom's Cabin, the residence of a
Black ex-slave who became a church pastor, published his life story, and lived in this cabin in
|Doon Pioneer Village The spinning wheel, in one of the many
buildings at the Pioneer Village of Doon in Waterloo, Ontario.
|Doon Pioneer Village Inside one of the many buildings at the
Pioneer Village of Doon in Waterloo, Ontario.
|Uncle Tom's Cabin Interior view of Uncle Tom's Cabin, Dresden,
Ontario, a historic site which includes six museum buildings and two graveyards.
|Fanshawe Village Clothes washing inside one of the 22 carefully
restored pioneer buildings that recall Ontario's settlement beginnings at Fanshawe Pioneer
Village outside London.
|Upper Canada Village The spinning wheel and aging spinster at
Upper Canada Village at Morrisburg, Ontario, a major heritage site as a composite pre-1867
town with original 35 buildings, corduroy roads, canals and a farm.
|Fort Frances Canal Fort Frances canal, between Rainy Lake and
the Lake of the Woods on the Ontario-Manitoba border, 1870s.
|Sault Ste. Marie Canal Construction of the Canadian canal at
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, 1880s, providing a Canadian-controlled ship passage into Lake
Superior from Lake Huron.
|Hydraulic Liftlocks Aerial view of the hydraulic liftlocks at
Peterborough, Ontario, opened in 1904, as part of the Trent-Severn waterway, connecting Lake
Ontario to Georgian Bay.
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