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|Farmhouses & Homesteads|
|Loyalist Farm Essential domestic work on an emerging Loyalist
farm in early Upper Canada: carding wool from sheep, spinning thread, weaving cloth for
garments, hauling firewood, and serving tea.
|Pre-Chatham, 1795 A bush farm near where Chatham would
appear amid southwestern Ontario woodlands, c. 1795.
|Upper Canada Farm A settled farm in Upper Canada in the early
19th century, with a square-timber house, a barn and a bridge, along with fenced fields and a hay
|Habitants at Cards A house scene of Canadien habitants playing
cards, in a later view by the famed Cornelius Krieghoff, in a close family farmhouse.
|Frontier Farm A Lower Canada rugged frontier farm in winter,
further inland from the St. Lawrence River.
|Farm and Home Farm and home of immigrant farmer in Tamping
Lake District, Saskatchewan, 1907.
|Norwood Farm A farm scene at Norwood, Ontario,
|Shield Homestead Homestead, Canadian shield, late 19th
|Vaughan Farm House Early photo of a farm house in Vaughan
township, York County, Upper Canada. By the mid 19th century, many farms had well-fenced
grain fields and pastures with a substantial farmhouse.
|Manitoba Farmstead Portraying the prairie home of established
grain-farming setters, this Manitoba farmstead dates from c. 1939. Colour woodcut by Walter
Joseph Phillips (1884-1963).
|Langton Homestead The Langton homestead, Blythe, Ontario,
1948. It was developed by John Langton, a noted official as provincial
|Bell Homestead A front view of the Bell Homestead, Brantford,
|Winter Farming An early farm house, rail fence and barns
blanketed in snow.
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