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1969-75 Canada banknotes - Canada paper money catalog and Canadian currency history

A View the ruins of Quebec City (September Old Quebec, Quebec City, Chute Montmorency, Chateau Frontenac, Le Petit Champlain, Seven Years' War, Canadian History, Canada, First Nations

A view the ruins of Quebec City (September 1, 1761)

Seven Years' War, 1756-1763 This coloured engraving was a gift of the Bain family in 2008. Title: A View of the Bishop's House with the Ruins as they Appear Going Down the Hill from the Upper to the Lower Town, Quebec. Sept. 1, 1761 Creator: Richard Short, active 1744-1777; A. Benoist, active 1761 Date: 1761 Identifier: 014short-view-of-bishops-house Format: Picture Rights: Public domain Courtesy: Toronto Public Library.

The Château Saint Louis in Quebec (shown here in a 1724 illustration) was the official residence of the Governor General of New France during the tim. French Architecture, Colonial Architecture, Chute Montmorency, Chateau Frontenac, Le Petit Champlain, France 2, French Colonial, Saint Louis, Canadian History

The Château Saint Louis in Quebec (shown here in a 1724 illustration) was the official residence of the Governor General of New France during the time of the French colonization. Because of its situation on the edge of the cliff - the Cap Diamant - it suffered extensive damage from British artillery during the Siege of Quebec in 1759. Note just how different this is from 18th century French architecture!!!