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Carré du marché, Rue Main, Buckingham, vers 1910. Carte postale ancienne. (Collection privée) / Market Square, Main Street, Buckingham, c.1910. Early postcard. (Private collection)
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Postcard, Jack's Restaurant in Gatineau, 1960s. / Carte postale, Restaurant Jack's à Gatineau, années 1960.
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Centreville et bureau de poste, Campbell's Bay, vers 1910. Ancienne carte postale photographique, (Collection privée) / Downtown and post office block, Campbell's Bay, c.1910. Early photographic postcard. (Private collection)
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Bureau de poste de Thurso. Ancienne carte postale, vers 1910. (Collection privée) / Post office, Thurso. Early postcard, c. 1910. (Private collection)
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Category: cultural heritage My name is Cassidy Decontie-Twenish and I am a member of Kitigan Zibi First Nations. I have chosen to present a picture of our Cultural Center on an early foggy morning located in Kitigan Zibi. Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg First Nation reserve was established in 1851 by our first Ogima (Chief), Antoine Paginawatik (which means "tree split by lightning”). The Cultural Center has been created to honour, recognize and continue to teach the lifestyles of our ancient traditions.
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Magasin général Lafrenière & McKeeby de Gracefield, Québec. Articles de sport, cadeaux, licences de pêche, souvenirs et... Coca Cola! Ancienne carte postale des années 1960. (Collection privée) / The Lafrenière & McKeeby general store in Gracefield, Quebec. Health and beauty aids, souvenirs, gifts, sporting goods, fishing licenses... and Coca Cola. Postcard, early 1960s. (Private collection)
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Plaisanciers à Norway Bay. Ancienne carte postale, vers 1910. (Collection privée) / Boating party at Norway Bay. Early postcard, published c.1910. (Private collection)
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Midnight in the European countryside, carrying all of their provisions, including their rifles and ammo, they waded through an ice-cold river, as they heard the sudden order to stop and stand still.
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Cours de Bryson v.1905 / Bryson Courthouse, c.1905. (Collection privée / Private collection)
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Did you know that maple syrup is the oldest agricultural product in Quebec? It all began with the native Indians who called it “Sweet Water.” When spring returned and the maple sap was running the Indians offered the boiled thickened syrup as a sacrifice to the Great Spirit. “Sugaring off” was largely a woman’s function in Iroquois communities. The men cut notches into tree trunks and small wooden troughs were stuck into the bark. In the early stages of European colonization the natives showed the arriving colonists how to tap the trunks of maple trees during the early spring.
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Written in honour of the pioneers of Aylwin Township (now Kazabazua Township), Celebrating 150 Years begins in the 1830s with the lumber industries of Hamilton and Gilmour and official advice to settlers from His Maj
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This early postcard, depicting the steamer Agnes on the Lièvre River near Buckingham, dates to about 1905. (Photo - OHWM)
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A scene in the Gatineau Valley in Wakefield. (Photo - Matthew Farfan)