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|Winnipeg, 1872 Portage and Main Streets in Winnipeg, 1872,
one year before the prairie settlement became a city. Hand-coloured and retouched photograph by
Jenny Russell Simpson, 1926.
|Cariboo Road The Cariboo Road was a wagon route built along
the Fraser River to supply the gold diggings from the west coast of British Columbia.
|Colonization Road A colonization road near Thunder Bay,
Ontario for post World War I settlement.
|Logger's Camp A logger's camp on Vancouver Island, British
Columbia, c. 1890. Watercolour by E. Sandys (active 1880-1900).
|Kingston, Ontario. Kingston, from Fort Henry and across the
Rideau, c. 1890s.
Road through the Beeches, a rural road through beech grove, Southern Ontario, by T.
Mower Martin, 1894.
|Talbot Roads Talbot and Back Road junction, early 19th century.
Named after Col. Talbot, the Talbot roads were among the best in Upper Canada, running from
Fort Erie to Sandwich. Watercolour by George Russell Dartnell (1798-1878).
|Winnipeg Main Street The Main Street of Winnipeg, Manitoba,
1904, with electric street cars.
|Lucky Cross The Lucky Cross gold mill at Swastika in Northern
|Relief Work Municipal relief work in the form of road building,
Rockliffe, Ottawa, Ontario, winter 1933.
|Autumn Foliage A rural Canadian road through a blaze of
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