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  • Shaw's Tavern, Port Credit
    Shaw's Tavern, Port Credit
    image       A sketch of Shaw's Tavern, originally located at Lot 9 Conc 3 SDS, photographed from John Ross Robertson's "Landmarks of Toronto". The building was located at the northeast corner of Port Street and Mississauga Road. Built in 1837, it was later used as a house by James Robinson Shaw after ...
    image     A sketch of Shaw's Tavern, originally located at Lot 9 Conc 3 SDS, photographed from John Ross Robertson's "Landmarks of Toronto". The building was located at the northeast corner of ...
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  • Government Inn, Port Credit
    Government Inn, Port Credit
    image       Lot 11 Conc 3 SDS. A sketch of Government Inn, at the mouth of the Credit River on the east bank, photographed from John Ross Robertson's "Landmarks of Toronto". Built in 1798 as a stopping house, on orders of Lieutenant Governor John Graves Simcoe, it was leased to various tenants: ...
    image     Lot 11 Conc 3 SDS. A sketch of Government Inn, at the mouth of the Credit River on the east bank, photographed from John Ross Robertson's "Landmarks of Toronto". Built ...
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  • "Erindale", the Magrath Residence
    "Erindale", the Magrath Residence
    image       The first Erindale Estate was situated in Springfield-on-the-Credit, and was the residence of the Rev. James W. Magrath who emigrated from Ireland in 1827 with his family and became the first clergyman of St. Peter�s Church, Erindale. The property on which the house stood was 700 acres. In 1861 this ...
    image     The first Erindale Estate was situated in Springfield-on-the-Credit, and was the residence of the Rev. James W. Magrath who emigrated from Ireland in 1827 with his family and became the ...
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  • Stone School, Port Credit
    Stone School, Port Credit
    image       This drawing, taken from Robertson's Landmarks of Toronto, shows the old stone school which was built in 1872. It replaced the previous frame school which was built in 1850 and burned down in 1872. The frame school had been built to replace the original log schoolhouse built in 1833 at ...
    image     This drawing, taken from Robertson's Landmarks of Toronto, shows the old stone school which was built in 1872. It replaced the previous frame school which was built in 1850 and ...
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  • Peter Jones (Kahkewaquonaby), 1802-1856
    Peter Jones (Kahkewaquonaby), 1802-1856
    image       An engraving of Kahkewaquonaby from the pre-introduction to "History of the Ojebway Indians: with Especial Reference to their Conversion to Christianity" by Rev. Peter Jones. Peter Jones (1802-1856) was the son of the surveyor Augustus Jones and his Indian wife, Tuhbenahneequay. He is famed as a Methodist missionary to the ...
    image     An engraving of Kahkewaquonaby from the pre-introduction to "History of the Ojebway Indians: with Especial Reference to their Conversion to Christianity" by Rev. Peter Jones. Peter Jones (1802-1856) was the ...
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  • Natahwash, Miscocomon Chief
    Natahwash, Miscocomon Chief
    image       An engraving of Natahwash, a Miscocomon Chief, facing page 25 of "History of the Ojebway Indians: with Especial Reference to their Conversion to Christianity" by Rev. Peter Jones. Peter Jones (1802-1856) was the son of the surveyor Augustus Jones and his Indian wife, Tuhbenahneequay. He is famed as a Methodist ...
    image     An engraving of Natahwash, a Miscocomon Chief, facing page 25 of "History of the Ojebway Indians: with Especial Reference to their Conversion to Christianity" by Rev. Peter Jones. Peter Jones ...
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  • Rippling Stream (Omuddwajecoonoqua)
    Rippling Stream (Omuddwajecoonoqua)
    image       An engraving of The Rippling Stream (Omuddwajecoonoqua), facing page 57 of "History of the Ojebway Indians: with Especial Reference to their Conversion to Christianity" by Rev. Peter Jones. Peter Jones (1802-1856) was the son of the surveyor Augustus Jones and his Indian wife, Tuhbenahneequay. He is famed as a Methodist ...
    image     An engraving of The Rippling Stream (Omuddwajecoonoqua), facing page 57 of "History of the Ojebway Indians: with Especial Reference to their Conversion to Christianity" by Rev. Peter Jones. Peter Jones ...
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  • Ojebway Domestic Implements
    Ojebway Domestic Implements
    image       Engravings of ancient domestic implements, facing page 73 of "History of the Ojebway Indians: with Especial Reference to their Conversion to Christianity" by Rev. Peter Jones. They include: 1. Pieces of ancient pottery, 2. An ancient bowl and 3. Antique pipe heads. Peter Jones (1802-1856) was the son of the ...
    image     Engravings of ancient domestic implements, facing page 73 of "History of the Ojebway Indians: with Especial Reference to their Conversion to Christianity" by Rev. Peter Jones. They include: 1. Pieces ...
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  • Muncey Idols
    Muncey Idols
    image       Engravings of Muncey idols, facing page 83 of "History of the Ojebway Indians: with Especial Reference to their Conversion to Christianity" by Rev. Peter Jones. Left: A Muncey Idol, Me-Zeengk, delivered up by Jos. Nicholas on his conversion to Christianity. Right: A Muncey Devil Idol formerly belonging to the Logan ...
    image     Engravings of Muncey idols, facing page 83 of "History of the Ojebway Indians: with Especial Reference to their Conversion to Christianity" by Rev. Peter Jones. Left: A Muncey Idol, Me-Zeengk, ...
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  • Pabookowaih
    Pabookowaih
    image       An engraving of Pabookowaih, facing page 85 of "History of the Ojebway Indians: with Especial Reference to their Conversion to Christianity" by Rev. Peter Jones. Peter Jones (1802-1856) was the son of the surveyor Augustus Jones and his Indian wife, Tuhbenahneequay. He is famed as a Methodist missionary to the ...
    image     An engraving of Pabookowaih, facing page 85 of "History of the Ojebway Indians: with Especial Reference to their Conversion to Christianity" by Rev. Peter Jones. Peter Jones (1802-1856) was the ...
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  • Nahneetis, Guardian of Health
    Nahneetis, Guardian of Health
    image       Engraving of Nahneetis, Guardian of Health, facing page 95 of "History of the Ojebway Indians: with Especial Reference to their Conversion to Christianity" by Rev. Peter Jones. Nahneetis' broaches were all annual presents. Peter Jones (1802-1856) was the son of the surveyor Augustus Jones and his Indian wife, Tuhbenahneequay. He ...
    image     Engraving of Nahneetis, Guardian of Health, facing page 95 of "History of the Ojebway Indians: with Especial Reference to their Conversion to Christianity" by Rev. Peter Jones. Nahneetis' broaches were ...
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  • Annual Presents to Nahneetis
    Annual Presents to Nahneetis
    image       Engraving of annual presents to Nahneetis, facing page 97 of "History of the Ojebway Indians: with Especial Reference to their Conversion to Christianity" by Rev. Peter Jones. Presents include: 1. Cloth blankets, 2. Cloth petticoats, 3. Piece of deerskin for mocassin, 4. Short gown, 5. Shirt, 6. Cotton kerchief, 7. ...
    image     Engraving of annual presents to Nahneetis, facing page 97 of "History of the Ojebway Indians: with Especial Reference to their Conversion to Christianity" by Rev. Peter Jones. Presents include: 1. ...
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  • Ojebway Graves at Muncey Town
    Ojebway Graves at Muncey Town
    image       Engraving of heathen graves, facing page 99 of "History of the Ojebway Indians: with Especial Reference to their Conversion to Christianity" by Rev. Peter Jones. Holes at end of the grave were to let the spirit in and out. Peter Jones (1802-1856) was the son of the surveyor Augustus Jones ...
    image     Engraving of heathen graves, facing page 99 of "History of the Ojebway Indians: with Especial Reference to their Conversion to Christianity" by Rev. Peter Jones. Holes at end of the ...
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  • Ojebway Weapons of War
    Ojebway Weapons of War
    image       Engravings of weapons, facing page 131 of "History of the Ojebway Indians: with Especial Reference to their Conversion to Christianity" by Rev. Peter Jones. Weapons included: 1. Ancient axe, 2. Spears, 3. Axe and spear heads, 4. Bow, 5. Arrows, 6. Tomahawk and pipe of peace, 7. Ornamented war club, ...
    image     Engravings of weapons, facing page 131 of "History of the Ojebway Indians: with Especial Reference to their Conversion to Christianity" by Rev. Peter Jones. Weapons included: 1. Ancient axe, 2. ...
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  • Ojebway Games and Amusements
    Ojebway Games and Amusements
    image       Engravings of games and amusements, facing page 135 of "History of the Ojebway Indians: with Especial Reference to their Conversion to Christianity" by Rev. Peter Jones. Tools include: 1. Drum, 2. Tobacco pouch, 3. Snow snake, 4. Pawwoa rattle, 5. Drum stick, 6. Moccazine awl, and 7. Game similar to ...
    image     Engravings of games and amusements, facing page 135 of "History of the Ojebway Indians: with Especial Reference to their Conversion to Christianity" by Rev. Peter Jones. Tools include: 1. Drum, ...
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  • Ojebway Idols and Religious Instruments
    Ojebway Idols and Religious Instruments
    image       Engravings of religious instruments, facing page 145 of "History of the Ojebway Indians: with Especial Reference to their Conversion to Christianity" by Rev. Peter Jones. Instruments include: 1. Wooden God, 2. Snake Skin God medecine tied up in a weasel skin at its head, 3. Bones used in witchcraft, 4. ...
    image     Engravings of religious instruments, facing page 145 of "History of the Ojebway Indians: with Especial Reference to their Conversion to Christianity" by Rev. Peter Jones. Instruments include: 1. Wooden God, ...
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  • Miscocomon Chief (The Red Knife)
    Miscocomon Chief (The Red Knife)
    image       Drawing of Miscocomon Chief, facing page 161 of "History of the Ojebway Indians: with Especial Reference to their Conversion to Christianity" by Rev. Peter Jones. Drawing of Miscocomon Chief (The Red Knife). Peter Jones (1802-1856) was the son of the surveyor Augustus Jones and his Indian wife, Tuhbenahneequay. He is ...
    image     Drawing of Miscocomon Chief, facing page 161 of "History of the Ojebway Indians: with Especial Reference to their Conversion to Christianity" by Rev. Peter Jones. Drawing of Miscocomon Chief (The ...
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  • Mohawk Church at Grand River
    Mohawk Church at Grand River
    image       Engraving of Mohawk Church Grand River, facing page 209 of "History of the Ojebway Indians: with Especial Reference to their Conversion to Christianity" by Rev. Peter Jones. The oldest Episcopal Church in Canada and the church where Peter Jones was baptized and Captain Brant buried. Peter Jones (1802-1856) was the ...
    image     Engraving of Mohawk Church Grand River, facing page 209 of "History of the Ojebway Indians: with Especial Reference to their Conversion to Christianity" by Rev. Peter Jones. The oldest Episcopal ...
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  • Captain Brant's House at Wellington Square
    Captain Brant's House at Wellington Square
    image       Engraving of Captain Brant's house, facing page 213 of "History of the Ojebway Indians: with Especial Reference to their Conversion to Christianity" by Rev. Peter Jones. Peter Jones (1802-1856) was the son of the surveyor Augustus Jones and his Indian wife, Tuhbenahneequay. He is famed as a Methodist missionary to ...
    image     Engraving of Captain Brant's house, facing page 213 of "History of the Ojebway Indians: with Especial Reference to their Conversion to Christianity" by Rev. Peter Jones. Peter Jones (1802-1856) was ...
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  • Chief's Medal Presented to Ka-kiwe-guun-ebi (Kahkewaquonaby)
    Chief's Medal Presented to Ka-kiwe-guun-ebi (Kahkewaquonaby)
    image       Engraving of the Chief's Medal presented by the Government to all recognized chiefs, facing page 217 of "History of the Ojebway Indians: with Especial Reference to their Conversion to Christianity" by Rev. Peter Jones. The inscription reads: "Presented in the Year 1832 by His Majesty King William IV to Ka-kiwe-gunn-ebi ...
    image     Engraving of the Chief's Medal presented by the Government to all recognized chiefs, facing page 217 of "History of the Ojebway Indians: with Especial Reference to their Conversion to Christianity" ...
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