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IntroductionBanner: Susanna Moodie and Catharine Parr Traill

Traill Family Collection
MG 29, D 81

National Archives of Canada




Oversize Documents from Manuscripts and Printed Works

Container File Page(s) File Title Dates
9 1 13653-13674 Manuscripts  
      - "Communication Received Feb. 12" - from C.P.T's Journal 1869-1870  
      - 2 pages of "The United Empire Loyalists" by C.P.T.  
      - sheet of etchings from C.P.T.'s Settler's Guide  
      - ms. newspaper "The Fairhaven Weekly Chronicle" by Florence Atwood  
      - "Extracts from Canadian Letters Douro 1823" by Frances Stewart  
9 2 13675-13689 Muchall, Mary - Manuscripts 
   - Letters in verse - see Muchall, Mary - Mss.: Letters in Verse  
   - page of a story about Molly and Mrs. Merton 
   - "A Child's Dream of Heaven" - see Muchall, Mary - Mss.: Poems 
   - "Night of Terror" 
9313690-13693Stapleton, T. - Manuscript: Katharine Parr Genealogy1841
9413694-13695Articles in Print 
   - "An Account of a Visit to the Mill at the Rapids" by C.P.T. 
   - clipping on talk about birds given by Florence Atwood 
9513696-13786Traill, Catharine Parr - Canadian Wild Flowers1869-1897
      - 1869 edition with proof marks in preparation for a fourth edition by William Briggs, Toronto in 1895, and annotated by C.P.T. in 1897 - with illustrations by Agnes FitzGibbbon  


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