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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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Women
Photograph women overhauling a Curtiss OX-5 engine, Royal Flying Corps, Engine Repair Section, Camp Mohawk
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Canadian Military History: An Overview
Women overhauling a Curtiss OX-5 engine, Royal Flying Corps, Engine Repair Section, Camp Mohawk
Painting of the meeting between Laura Secord and Lieutenant Fitzgibbon
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War of 1812
The meeting between Laura Secord and Lieutanant Fitzgibbon
Painting of Julie Bruneau-Papineau, wife of Louis-Joseph Papineau and supporter of the Rebellion of 1837
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Rebellions of 1837 and 1838
Julie Bruneau-Papineau, wife of Louis-Joseph Papineau and supporter of the Rebellion of 1837
 
Portrait of an Indian woman who is supposed to have been manning the boat used by the North-West Half-Breed Claims Royal Commission
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Northwest Campaign
Aboriginal woman supposed to have been manning the boat used by the North-West Half-Breed Claims Royal Commission
Portrait of a nursing sister of the First Canadian Contigent, South African Campaign
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South African War
Nursing sister of the First Canadian Contigent, South African Campaign
Portrait of a nursing sister
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First World War
Nursing sister
 
Photograph of nursing sisters H. O'Donnell, T.M. Woolsey and J. MacKenzie
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Second World War
Nursing sisters H. O'Donnell, T.M. Woolsey and J. MacKenzie
Photograph of female worker Sophie Nicolak operating a machine stamping Chinese characters from a metal plate to the body of Bren guns for shipment to China from the John Inglis Co. plant
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Second World War
Female worker Sophie Nicolak operating a machine stamping Chinese characters from a metal plate to the body of Bren guns for shipment to China from the John Inglis Co. plant
 

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