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|Churches & Cathedrals: 17th Century|
1642 Ville-Marie (Montreal) in 1642, established originally as an Indian mission
|Churches & Cathedrals: 18th Century|
in 1761 A view of Quebec in 1761, from fields to the river, with the Ursulines
Convent inside the old town wall.
in Quebec, 1761 The Jesuit Church and College at Quebec, 1761, after the British
capture in 1759, still showing the effects of bombardment on the roofs and walls.
|Churches & Cathedrals: 19th Century|
Church Early Methodist church, Adolphustown, Upper Canada. In the early 19th
century, Methodism became the largest single religious element in Upper Canada.
James Church This Anglican Church was the first church built in Toronto.
Rafts Timber rafts on the St. Lawrence River, with sails helping the
Nuns Chapel The chapel of the Ursuline Nuns, Quebec, which continued as a leading
teaching order in Quebec after the British regime took over.
Church Fisherville Church, built in 1856 at Steeles and Dufferin, Toronto,
Ontario, and now at Black Creek Pioneer Village, Toronto, Ontario.
Snow. A horse-drawn sleigh carting snow from Montreal streets in the grim winter
Meeting-House Quaker Meeting-House, Norwichville, Upper Canada.
James Cathedral St. James Cathedral, 1868, on King Street in Toronto, Ontario. The
fourth St. James to occupy the same site, the present spire was not added till the
Nuns Convent The entrance to the Grey Nuns Convent, Montreal, a 19th century
picture of a far older edifice, one that exists to the present.
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