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|Universities & Colleges: 18th & 19th Centuries|
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.
College King's College, Toronto, Canada West, in the 1840s, represented the start
of the present University of Toronto.
of Toronto University of Toronto Library, as originally built.
Liskeard, Ontario-1 Early view of New Liskeard, Ontario, 1902, which grew as a
service centre for the spreading farm districts.
University College Trinity University College, Toronto, Ontario, at its original
building on Queen Street West, which opened in 1852, finally joining the University of
Toronto in 1904.
College-1 University College, Toronto, Ontario, c. 1875 (opened in
College Knox College, a Presbyterian college later connected with the University
of Toronto, in its original building as built in 1875, along Spadina Avenue, Toronto,
College-2 The library of University College, Toronto, Ontario, before the fire of
College Victoria College, Toronto, Ontario. A Methodist institution, it joined
with the University of Toronto and opened this new building in 1891, moving from Cobourg,
College Royal Military College of Canada, Kingston, Ontario, 1898.
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