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Canada Manitoba Immigration Poster 1892 Print by BloominLuvly O Canada, Canada Travel, Vintage Advertisements, Vintage Ads, Ontario, Toronto, Canadian Things, History Timeline, History Photos

Canada Manitoba Immigration Poster 1892 - Print

Canada Manitoba Immigration Poster 1892 - Print Prints from old-time Travel Posters. This one was to encourage immigration to Manitoba Canada and to the others States of the great wheat belt Seskatchewan, Alberta etc. It was issued in Ottawa in 1892 under the aegis of HM Queen Victoria whose Arms are shown at the top. This is a lovely old poster - very evocative of the age. The quality of the printing was not a priority when this was printed all those years ago so, by modern standards…

The Riel Rebellion: The Battle of Batoche 1885 ~ Gabriel Dumont Canadian French, Canadian Army, Canadian History, Red River Rebellion, Indigenous Education, Residential Schools, Western Canada, British Men, Forts

The Riel Rebellion: The Battle of Batoche 1885

The Riel Rebellion: The Battle of Batoche 1885 ~ Gabriel Dumont

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Union Bank Building / Royal Bank Building Main Street, Winnipeg) Union Bank, Royal Bank, Banks Building, Lds Temples, Red River, Historical Sites, Main Street, Maine, Past

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Union Bank Building / Royal Bank Building (504 Main Street, Winnipeg)

Union Bank Building

The problems to be met with in laying out the steel frame and designing the different elements are never twice the same but, vary with each special case. General Strike, Union Bank, Banks Building, Rural Area, Continents, Steel Frame, Buildings, Past, Nostalgia

The Steel Frame

The problems to be met with in laying out the steel frame and designing the different elements are never twice the same but, vary with each special case.

"Last Ox Train through Portage, Portage La Prairie, Man. Canadian History, American History, History Facts, Art History, Fur Trade, Virtual Museum, Canada, Le Far West, Red River

Last Ox Train Through Portage - 1880 - Portage la ... | saskhistoryonline.ca

Photograph of Portage-la-Prairie, Manitoba c Fur Trade, Canadian History, Rural Area, Red River, The Province, Abandoned Buildings, Rear View, Historical Photos, Ancestry

Manitoba Culture, Heritage & Tourism | Archives of Manitoba

Photograph of Portage-la-Prairie, Manitoba c 1880.

Wheat stacks & wagon load of grain, Portage La Prairie, MB, 1887 ==vintage everyday: Old Photographs of Canada from Dominion Day, Happy Canada Day, Fur Trade, Canadian History, O Canada, Marquise, Old West, Vintage Photographs, Westerns

Old Photographs of Canada From the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries

The photographs from the Notman Photographics Archives are a priceless testimony to the history of Canada in the 19th and 20th centuries, from its people to its landscapes... William Notman (1826-1891), his sons, and the photographic studio he founded in Montreal, documented Canadian life and her people from 1856 to 1936. The Notman studio, among others, was commissioned by William Van Horne (general manager of the CPR) to record the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway, and to show…

Erickson School, Erickson, Manitoba with large piles of wood stockpiled for winter months Winter Months, Historical Sites, Elementary Schools, Old Things, United States, Canada, History, Wood, Classic

Historic Sites of Manitoba: Erickson School No. 1366 / Erickson Consolidated School No. 2405 / Erickson Elementary School (Erickson, RM of Clanwilliam-Erickson)

Erickson School, Erickson, Manitoba with large piles of wood stockpiled for winter months

Barber shop on st.next to the Brandon Inn. Ken the Barber Guy was cool. Barber Shop, Guy, Canada, History, Classic, Outdoor Decor, Shopping, Derby, Historia

Barber shop on 9th st.next to the Brandon Inn.... eBrandon

View the full-sized photo on eBrandon.ca

Steam threshing, Portage La Prarie, MB, everyday: Old Photographs of Canada from Western Canada, Hudson Bay, Old Photographs, Windmill, 19th Century, Tours, History, Writing Inspiration, Sheds

Old Photographs of Canada From the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries

The photographs from the Notman Photographics Archives are a priceless testimony to the history of Canada in the 19th and 20th centuries, from its people to its landscapes... William Notman (1826-1891), his sons, and the photographic studio he founded in Montreal, documented Canadian life and her people from 1856 to 1936. The Notman studio, among others, was commissioned by William Van Horne (general manager of the CPR) to record the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway, and to show…