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British Columbia Photos
People, Scenes, Mines and More in and around British Columbia

Canada in Pictures
These are photos from about 1914, provides many areas of Canada

The Dawn of Canadian History, A Chronicle of Aboriginal Canada
We always speak of Canada as a new country. In one sense, of course, this is true. The settlement of Europeans on Canadian soil dates back only three hundred years.

Pictonians at Home and Abroad
Entire book online, provides information on Churches, Ministers, Physicians, and more

Hydah Indians of British Columbia
Provides the reader with information on the customs, religion, manners, and villages of the tribe

The Canadian Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Canadian Men
An alphabetical listing

Lambton County, Ontario Canada Names and Places
Lambton County is situated along the extreme south western shore line of Lake Huron, this lake in fact forms its entire northern and northwesterly boundary, on the east lies the county of Middlesex, on the south the County of Kent, with the exception of the south westerly portion which is bounded by the Snycarte River, its entire western boundary being the St. Clair River.

Victoria County, Ontario Canada Centennial History
Provides many answers to the reader about the settlement and early history of Victoria County.

Dorchester Early Settlers
Living Round-About the center of the Township of North Dorchester, Middlesex County, Upper Canada, 1850-1870

Report of Mr. W. E. Cormack's Journey in search of the Red Indians in Newfoundland

Notes of a Twenty-Five Years Service in the Hudson's Bay Territory
I started from Stuart's Lake on the 22d of February, and arrived at Fort Alexandria
on the 8th of March.

 

 

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