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  • Anthony Finley’s map of “Canada”, 

    Finley, Anthony (1827)
    1827: Anthony Finley’s map of “Canada”, engraved by Young and Delleker for the 1827 edition of Finley’s “A New General Atlas”; American map-maker, based in Philadelphia, who worked primarily in the 1820s and 1830s. ...
  • Armory and Lineages of Canada 1914 

    Todd, Herbert George (From the Press of the Nyvall Print, 1876 Broadway, New York, 1913., 1914)
    A book called "Armory and Lineages Of Canada 1914" with the copyright year 1913. The book is signed by H.K. Woodruff and it is also signed by Margaret Woodruff Band. Within the back pages is a list of dates of births, ...
  • Broadside Reporting the Fenian Invasion of Canada, June 3 1866 

    Smith & Co. Publishers, St. Johns (1866-06-03)
    The collection consists of 6 broadsides reporting the events of the Fenian invasion of Canada on June 2 and 3, 1866. This broadside is titled Globe Extra and is from the evening of June 3rd, 1866. Some of the headings ...
  • Broadside Reporting the Fenian Invasion of Canada, June 4 1866 

    Smith & Co. Publishers, St. Johns (1866-06-04)
    The collection consists of 6 broadsides reporting the events of the Fenian invasion of Canada on June 2 and 3, 1866. Three of the broadsides are titled Leader Extra, two are titled Globe Extra, and the last is titled News ...
  • Broadside Reporting the Fenian Invasion, June 2 1866 

    Smith & Co. Publishers, St. Johns (1866-06-02)
    The collection consists of 6 broadsides reporting the events of the Fenian invasion of Canada on June 2 and 3, 1866. Three of the broadsides are titled Leader Extra, two are titled Globe Extra, and the last is titled News ...
  • Broadside Reporting the Fenian Invasion, June 2 1866 (evening) 

    Unknown author (1866-06-02)
    The collection consists of 6 broadsides reporting the events of the Fenian invasion of Canada on June 2 and 3, 1866. Three of the broadsides are titled Leader Extra, two are titled Globe Extra, and the last is titled News ...
  • Broadside Reporting the Fenian Invasion, June 3 1866 

    Unknown author (1866-06-03)
    The collection consists of 6 broadsides reporting the events of the Fenian invasion of Canada on June 2 and 3, 1866. Three of the broadsides are titled Leader Extra, two are titled Globe Extra, and the last is titled News ...
  • "Canada has fine Voices" 

    Unknown author (1924)
    A newspaper article "Canada has fine Voices" discussing the "'Operatic Situation in Canada'".
  • Canada ou Nouvelle France 

    Unknown author (1683-1719)
    1683-1719: Allain Manesson-Mallet, “Canada ou Nouvelle France”, small map, approximately 10 cms by 14 cms, coloured in soft pastels, published some time between 1683 and 1719, and focusing on the French possessions in ...
  • Canada, a Centennial song by Bobby Gimby, 1967 

    Williams, Edie (2010-09-15)
    1 sheet of music
  • Canada: the Province of Ontario and part of Quebec 

    Unknown author (Blackie & Son, Edinburgh and London, 1882)
    1882: Canada: the Province of Ontario and part of Quebec, published by Blackie & Son, Edinburgh & London. A coloured map of southern Ontario with major roads and railways, and also showing the western part of Quebec; ...
  • “Canada” drawn by Arrowsmith in 1823 

    Arrowsmith, A. (A. Constable & Co., Edinburgh, 1823)
    1823, “Canada” drawn by Arrowsmith in 1823 and published by A. Constable & Co., Edinburgh; lightly coloured map originally published in a book, roughly 26 cms by 21 cms on a larger sheet of paper indicating that it was page XLIX.
  • Isle et Banc de Terre-Neuve et Isle St. Jean; avec L’Acadie ou la Nouvelle Ecosse 

    Bonne, Rigobert (1787)
    1787: Rigobert Bonne, “Isle et Banc de Terre-Neuve et Isle St. Jean; avec L’Acadie ou la Nouvelle Ecosse”; hand coloured map, in pastels; from Bonne’s Atlase Supplement of 1787; map about 35 cms by 23 cms.
  • Isle Royale 

    Vaugondy, Robert de (after 1749)
    after 1749: Robert de Vaugondy, “Isle Royale”, map published as page 102 in an atlas as yet undated specifically, of Cape Breton, with an emphasis on the French fortification of Louisbourg; almost white, but a pastel shade ...
  • John W. Fisher Fonds, 1937-1961, 1964-1989, 1993, n.d. 

    Goul, Jen (2010-11-08)
    This archive contains materials relating mainly to the radio work of John Fisher. The archive also contains materials on the John Fisher Society which was created after his death in 1981.
  • Letters Patent Incorporating The Ontario Grape Growing and Wine Manufacturing Company 

    Ussher, John (1873-06-09)
    The patent incorporates the Ontario Grape Growing and Wine Manufacturing Company for the purpose "for the manufacture of wine within the province of Ontario" and is recorded as no. 85 on June 9, 1873.
  • L’Isle de Terre-Neuve L’Acadie, ou La Nouvelle Ecosse, l’Isle St. Jean et la Partie Orientale du Canada 

    Bonne, Rigobert (1783)
    1783-4: Rigobert Bonne, “L’Isle de Terre-Neuve L’Acadie, ou La Nouvelle Ecosse, l’Isle St. Jean et la Partie Orientale du Canada”; a re-issue of a map initially released in 1780 with Bonne’s name below the title of the ...
  • A New Map of Upper & Lower Canada 

    Stockdale, John (1798)
    1798: John Stockdale, “A New Map of Upper & Lower Canada”, hand-coloured in soft pastels, map about 23 cms by 17 cms; from a publication, Travels Through the States of North America.
  • Passport for John Band (a miller) of Thorold 

    Unknown author (1865-02-28)
    A passport page certifying that John Band (a miller) of Thorold is a British subject living in Canada. This page is for a journey to the United States. The page was signed by John Band; Charles Stanley Monck, 4th Viscount ...
  • Plan du Port Royal dans l’Acadie 

    Bellin, Jacques Nicholas (1764)
    1764: Jacques Nicholas Bellin, “Plan du Port Royal dans l’Acadie”, a map roughly 33 cms by 20 cms, with coloration on geographic features; from Bellin’s petit atlas of 1764; almost identical to a 1744 map of the same ...