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"William 'Tiger' Dunlop" attributed to James Bowman (1834) at the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto - From the curators' comments: ""Tiger" Dunlop (1792-1848) came to Canada from Scotland in 1826 as an official for the Canada Company to help colonize Upper Canada. Settling near Goderich, he developed his persona as "the backwoodsman." At 6'3", Dunlop was an imposing figure, notoriously rambunctious, eccentric and witty."

"William 'Tiger' Dunlop" attributed to James Bowman (1834) at the Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto - From the curators' comments: ""Tiger" Dunlop (1792-1848) came to Canada from Scotland in 1826 as an official for the Canada Company to help colonize Upper Canada. Settling near Goderich, he developed his persona as "the backwoodsman." At 6'3", Dunlop was an imposing figure, notoriously rambunctious, eccentric and witty."

Clan Dunlop Tartan and Crest    http://www.scotclans.com/scottish_clans/clan_dunlop/

Clan Dunlop Tartan and Crest http://www.scotclans.com/scottish_clans/clan_dunlop/

Dunlop Church Dunlop, Scotland. 6/2015

Dunlop Church Dunlop, Scotland. 6/2015

Tour Scotland Photographs: Old Photograph Dunlop Scotland

Tour Scotland Photographs: Old Photograph Dunlop Scotland

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