Canadian couple, second half of the eighteenth century
Modern day drawing of New France fashion. Habitants towards the right, bourgeoisie in the middle, and nobility on the left.
A family of French ‘habitants’ in Canada
Canadian Habitant in the Winter (c. by Frances Anne Hopkins.
Radisson and Des Groseillers establishing the fur trade in the Northwest, 1662 © Archibald Bruce Stapleton / McCord Museum /
Various Costumes, By: Charles William Jeffery.
A sketch of Hôtel-Dieu de Montréal (by H. Giroux, date unknown). Founded by Jeanne Mance (co-founder of Montreal) in the hospital is still in use today, making it the oldest hospital in Canada.
Théâtre de Neptune: First play in Canada, 1606 An imaginary reconstruction by C.W. Jeffreys. #cdnhistory
A Coureur de Bois by C. “Buckskin coat and leggings, and wearing a cap of coon fur with the tail attached.
A Hôtel-Dieu “sick room” reconstructed at the Canadian Museum of Civilization. Notice the altar and crucifix to the right. “Saving souls was as important as healing bodies.” Photo by Steven Darby.
The hideout of the Black Death Historical pathogens survived for more than 4 centuries in Europe
Fashion in New France – All About Canadian History
Map of where the Acadians went after the Grand Dérangement.
The Deportation of the Acadians - The Canadian Encyclopedia
British - A Man, called Sir Martin Frobisher - This painting could be a copy after an unidentified late portrait, possibly by Hieronimo Custodis.