Nipigon Museum The Blog: CANOES In "The Art Of William Armstrong "

Ojibway canoes on Lake Nipigon

William Armstrong - 1822-1914 - 1 Indian Chiefs

William Armstrong: 'Hudson’s Bay Store', Fort William c. (National Gallery of Canada)

Nipigon Museum The Blog: CANOES In "The Art Of William Armstrong "

William Armstrong was a civil engineer and artist that accompanied the surveyors on their explorations of the Great Lakes.

William Armstrong - 1822-1914 - 1 Indian Chiefs

William Armstrong - 1822-1914 - 1 Indian Chiefs

William W. Armstrong | Christie's

William W.

Nipigon Museum The Blog: CANOES In "The Art Of William Armstrong "

William Armstrong was a civil engineer and artist that accompanied the surveyors on their explorations of the Great Lakes.

Nipigon Museum The Blog: CANOES In "The Art Of William Armstrong "

William Armstrong was a civil engineer and artist that accompanied the surveyors on their explorations of the Great Lakes.

Nipigon Museum The Blog: CANOES In "The Art Of William Armstrong "

William Armstrong was a civil engineer and artist that accompanied the surveyors on their explorations of the Great Lakes.

William Armstrong - 1822-1914 - 1 Indian Chiefs

William Armstrong - 1822-1914 - 1 Indian Chiefs

Sir George Simpson's [of the Hudson's Bay Company] canoe getting readied for travel by Canadian artist William Wallace Armstrong

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