A Frontier Trader's Store, About 1780
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p. 4 - “A frontier trader’s store, about 1780”
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“A frontier trader’s store, about 1780”
“During his lifetime, C.W. Jefferys visually reconstructed Canada’s history in a unique collection of drawings and paintings, now an important part of our national background. Through its acquisition of this collection, Imperial Oil Limited makes the many drawings available for exhibition purposes.”
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p. 12 - [explorer and canoe in rain] [Indian inspecting gun in return for furs]
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:alook at the history of the Corporation of the City of Toronto. Toronto, Dept. of the City Clerk, 19? 16 p. Illus.