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|Government House The Government House in Halifax, 1819, the
new home for Nova Scotia's governor.
|Government House Government House at York, Upper Canada,
home of several lieutenant-governors after the 1820s.
|Fredericton in Winter A winter scene in Fredericton, early 19th
|Seigneurial Manor House A seigneurial manor house beside the
St. Lawrence River, mid 18th century.
|Chateau de Ramezay Chateau de Ramezay, Montreal, a
handsome residence of an early governor's family in Montreal, still standing today as a
|Doctor's House The Doctor's House, Chinguacousy Township, c.
1835-40, and now at Black Creek Pioneer Village, Toronto, Ontario.
|Samuel Strickland's House The house of Colonel Samuel
Strickland, Lakefield, Ontario, 1860s. Coming to Upper Canada in 1825, he left lively portrayals
of frontier life in his writings.
|John Robinson's Home Later photograph of the home of John
Beverley Robinson, c. 1860s, Upper Canada. Robinson became Attorney-General of Upper
Canada in 1818 and was elected to the Assembly of York in 1821.
|Peregrine Maitland's Home Lady on horseback at the entrance to
the home of Sir Peregrine Maitland, Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada,
|Garbage Wagon Garbage men with a wagon and sleigh, Toronto,
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