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Upper Canada, the predecessor of modern Ontario, was created in 1791 by the division of the old colony of Quebec into Lower Canada in the east and Upper Canada in the west. I Am Canadian, Canadian History, Durham, Kingston, Ontario, Province Du Canada, British North America, Church Of England, The Americans

Upper Canada

Upper Canada, the predecessor of modern Ontario, was created in 1791 by the division of the old colony of Quebec into Lower Canada in the east and Upper Canada in the west.

  Canadian History, Canadian Art, Canadian Things, Fur Trade, Canoe And Kayak, Le Far West, Mountain Man, Sports Art, Vintage Travel Posters

Canadian Mountie RCMP Canoe Sunrise

Find best value and selection for your Canadian Mountie RCMP Canoe Sunrise search on eBay. World's leading marketplace.

Trudeau, Pierre - Speech to the Ukrainian-Canadian Congress, Winnipeg Oct Canadian Memes, I Am Canadian, Canadian History, Canadian Things, Canada Funny, Canada 150, Meanwhile In Canada, Happy Canada Day, We Are The World

Trudeau, Pierre - Speech to the Ukrainian-Canadian Congress, Winnipeg (9 Oct 1971) | WIST

There is no such thing as a model or ideal Canadian. What could be more absurd than the concept of an "all Canadian" boy or girl? A society which

The History of the Hudson’s Bay Point Blanket Canadian History, Canadian Art, Native American History, Native American Indians, Canadian Things, Canadian Symbols, Mountain Man, Beaver Pelt, Hudson Bay Blanket

The History of the Hudson’s Bay Point Blanket

(Photo via rowellphoto.com) Very few blankets hold the iconic status that Hudson’s Bay Point blankets do. These stripped blankets were created by the Hudson’s Bay Company in the Norther…

Lone Trapper with Hudson Bay Blanket coat by Alfredo Rodriguez Canadian History, Native American History, Native American Indians, Native Indian, Rocky Mountains, Le Castor, Mountain Man Rendezvous, Fur Trade, American Frontier

Alfredo Rodriguez (1954)

Colorado Gold Rush Lone Trapper California Miners Golden Flowers A Miner Frustration Not Exactly The Mona Lisa Early Morning Coffee In Search Of The Golden Rocks News From Home Drawn To The Light V…

If you're visiting Canada, understanding the country's geography is essential to planning your trip. Discover more through these 20 regional maps. Bay Canada, Canadian Law, Discover Canada, Red Lake, Visit Canada, Oceans Of The World, Short Trip, Diy Craft Projects, Travel

Discover Canada With These 20 Maps

If you're visiting Canada, understanding the country's geography is essential to planning your trip. Discover more through these 20 regional maps.

Evergreen Native American Survival Skills - The Apache Foot . Mountain Man, Canadian History, American History, Quebec, Fur Trade, Hudson Bay, Native American Indians, Native Americans, Old West

Isabel Gunn, the FIRST Woman of the Fur Trade

Isabel (Isobel, Isabella) Gunn, 1 of 6 siblings, was born on the Orkney Islands off the north coast of Scotland in 1780 or 1781. She was the daughter of John Gunn and Isobel Leaske. Life in Orkney,…

Canadian voyageurs at work in their North Canoe for the Hudson's Bay Company. Painting is by Frances Anne Hopkins Shooting the Rapids, c. 1879 Oil on canvas National Archives of Canada Canadian History, Canadian Art, American History, Family History, Art History, Local History, Trinidad, Jamaica, Culture Art

Les familles Beaudoin de Saint-Paul-de-Lavaltrie et leurs ancêtres

Les familles Beaudoin de Saint-Paul-de-Lavaltrie et leurs ancêtres Marie-Anne Beaudoin (1778-1853) Épouse de Laurent Arbour (1773-1859) Ancêtre des Arbour de Lanaudière 1638-1843 Rapport de recherche © Claude Duguay, 2010 Première génération au Québec FAMILLE 1 I. BEAUDOIN Jean, fils de…

Chief Factor Barnston and R. Ballantyne at Tadoussac, 1846 by Charles Fraser Comfort courtesy of the Hudsons Bay Company. Shows clothing that would have been introduced to James Bay Cree around same time. Canadian History, Native American History, Native American Indians, Canadian Art, Quebec, Capote Coat, Hudson Bay Blanket, Bay Point, Fur Trade

Centuries of design: The changing stripes of Hudson's Bay

I love Pendleton blankets and their Opening Ceremony collaboration as much as the next East London resident, but the winner of the vintage trader (and one to watch) is undoubtedly the Hudson's Bay Company (HBC). When Englishman Thomas Kay opened his first Pendleton Woollen Mill in Oregon in 1903, HBC had already been trading furs and textiles for over 200 years. 1920s advertisement for Pendleton Blankets via Pendleton 1941 Painting of R.M. Ballantyne, Clerk and Chief Trader George Barnston's…

Outaouais’ Forest History - The Ottawa River: the shortcut to the West Ottawa River, Fur Trade, Canadian Art, Canoes, Secondary School, Learning Activities, Geography, Native American, Art Prints

Outaouais’ Forest History - The Ottawa River: the shortcut to the West

Multimedia website designed exclusively for secondary school teachers and students in the Outaouais. Social studies teachers as well as math, geography or English teachers will find material that can be used to create learning activities as suits their needs.