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|Ships & Boats: Canoes: 19th Century|
|Halifax Micmacs Micmacs near Halifax in 1808, after two
centuries of contact with Europeans.
|Cree Indians Cree Indians on Hudson Bay, 1817, portrayed and
published in England (with an apparent palm tree).
|Salmon Spearing Malecite Indians in New Brunswick spearing
Atlantic salmon by torchlight on the Nashwaak River, c. 1837. Watercolour by Richard George
Augustus Levinge (1811-1889).
|View of Prescott Prescott, Ontario, as seen from Ogdensburg
Harbour, New York, 1840. Prescott was founded by Major Edward Jessup, commander of the
Loyal Rangers and Connecticut Loyalists. Engraving by William Henry Bartlett (1808-1854),
|Salmon Weir An Indian salmon weir and dugout canoe on the
Cowichan River, 1866, a typical native food system along the Pacific coast.
|Ojibway Indians Shooting the Rapids Ojibway Indians shooting
the rapids. By Frederick Arthur Verner (1836-1928).
|Voyageurs in Rapids Voyageurs, crucial to the fur trade, shooting
rapids, in Quebec. Oil by Frances Anne Hopkins (1838-1919), 1879.
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