sir john a; accomplished orator, fancy dresser and father of Confed.

Sir John A. MacDonald, First Prime Minister of Canada I study Canadian History!

young Teddy.

Teddy Roosevelt Hunting Endangered Animals

Fort Henry is located in Kingston, Ontario, Canada on Point Henry, a strategic point located near the mouth of the Cataraqui River where it flows into the St. Lawrence River. The original fort was constructed during the War of 1812, when present-day Ontario was a British colony known as Upper Canada. The fort was constructed on the high ground of Point Henry to protect the Kingston Royal Naval Dockyard from a possible United States attack.

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laura secord's race to fitzgibbon. war of 1812.

Secord Warning Fitzgibbon, The War of 1812

A quiet chateau, between Parliament and the city center  “Quiet” is, of course, subjective    djgagnon:  Chateau Laurier Hotel  Built between the Grand Trunk Railway Terminal and Canada’s Parliament, the Chateau Laurier was very well located. Built between 1909 and 1912, the Hotel’s opening was delayed and subdued as Grand Trunk President Charles Melville Hays died on the Titantic on April 15, 2012.  This postcard shows the 1912 unoxidized copper roof, but it also shows the 1923 corporate

A quiet chateau, between Parliament and the city center “Quiet” is, of course, subjective djgagnon: Chateau Laurier Hotel Built between the Grand Trunk Railway Terminal and Canada’s Parliament, the Chateau Laurier was very well located. Built between 1909 and 1912, the Hotel’s opening was delayed and subdued as Grand Trunk President Charles Melville Hays died on the Titantic on April 15, 2012. This postcard shows the 1912 unoxidized copper roof, but it also shows the 1923 corporate

one of Goulbourn Township's (present day Katimavik) first inhabitants, George Clark.

one of Goulbourn Township's (present day Katimavik) first inhabitants, George Clark.

WW1 rally on the front lawn of the Parliament Buildings

rally on the front lawn of the Parliament Buildings

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