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Banner: From Colony to Country: A Reader's Guide to Canadian Military History


Canadian Military History: An Overview
War of 1812
Rebellions of 1837 and 1838
Northwest Campaign
South African War
First World War
Second World War


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Government and the Military
Watercolor of Colonel Wolseley's camp during the Red River Expedition, at Prince Arthur Landing on Lake Superior, Ontario
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Canadian Military History: An Overview
Colonel Wolseley's camp during the Red River Expedition, at Prince Arthur Landing on Lake Superior, Ontario
Watercolour of Fort George, Niagara, Ontario, 1812
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War of 1812
Fort George, Niagara, Ontario, 1812
Watercolour of barracks at Upper Chatham, Upper Canada
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Rebellions of 1837 and 1838
The barracks at Upper Chatham, Upper Canada
 
Portrait of Mistahi Maskwa (circa 1825-1888), also known as Big Bear, a Plains Cree chief
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Northwest Campaign
Mistahi Maskwa (circa 1825-1888), also known as Big Bear, a Plains Cree chief
Photograph of the return of the first Canadian contingent from South Africa
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South African War
The return of the first Canadian contingent from South Africa
Portrait of the Right Honourable Sir Robert Laird Borden, Prime Minister of Canada
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First World War
Rt. Hon. Sir Robert Laird Borden, Prime Minister of Canada
 
Photograph of the Right Honourable W.L. Mackenzie King inspecting a guard of honour from the Regiment de la Chaudière
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Second World War
Rt. Hon. W.L. Mackenzie King inspecting a guard of honour from the Regiment de la Chaudière
   

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