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    Plan of part of the River St Lawrence and that of the Richelieu, shewing the nature of the intermediate ground, with the advantages & disadva...[View full title]ntages of following any of the given lines in cutting a Canal to communicate the waters of the Richelieu with those of the St Lawrence. See the accompanying explanation done by me this 6th day of Feby 1816.Signed Alexander Stevenson, D.P. Surveyor. Received with the petition Friday 16th Feby 1816. [cartographic material].

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    1816
    Maps & cartographic material. [Conditions of access Open]. Private. Item.
    Plan of part of the River St Lawrence and that of the Richelieu, shewing the nature of the intermediate ground, with the advantages & disadvantages of following 
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    Seeya (E7-58) and Ninquapik (E7-103), Inuit girls who are returning to Lake Harbour [Kimmirut (formerly Lake Harbour), Nunavut] aboard C.G.S. C.D. Howe after medical treatment in southern Canada.

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    Date:
    1950
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item.
    Seeya (E7-58) and Ninquapik (E7-103), Inuit girls who are returning to Lake Harbour [Kimmirut (formerly Lake Harbour), Nunavut] aboard CGSCD Howe after  
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    Inuit girls.

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    Date:
    1950
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item.
    Inuit girls. The caption of this record has not yet been revised through Project Naming. pn2 Credit: Alexander Stevenson / Library and Archives Canada 
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    Inuit mother and child.

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    Date:
    1950
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item.
    Inuit mother and child. The caption of this record has not yet been revised through Project Naming. pn2 Credit: Alexander Stevenson / Library and Archives 
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    Woman [Maata Tungaaluk] and a young girl [Hannah Simonie] standing in front of the coastline at Pond Inlet (Mittimatalik/Tununiq), Nunavut, 1950

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    Date:
    1950
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item.
    Woman [Maata Tungaaluk] and a young girl [Hannah Simonie] standing in front of the coastline at Pond Inlet (Mittimatalik/Tununiq), Nunavut, 1950. Title of the 
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    Loose departmental photographs and negatives [graphic material]

    Date:
    1898-1957
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    R216-3920-2-E.
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Restrictions vary]. Government. Sub-sub-series.
    Loose departmental photographs and negatives [graphic material]. 42575 photographs : b&w prints 1406 photographs : prints in envelopes 873 photographs 
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    Mukkee.

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    Date:
    1950
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item.
    Mukkee. The caption of this record has not yet been revised through Project Naming. pn2 Credit: Alexander Stevenson / Library and Archives Canada 
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    Bishop Donald B. Marsh reading to Inuit.

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    Date:
    1950
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item.
    Bishop Donald B. Marsh reading to Inuit. The caption of this record has not yet been revised through Project Naming. pn2 Credit: Alexander Stevenson / Library 
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    An Inuit lady with a baby on her back and another Inuit lady just behind her. [Annie Pijamini (left), Mimi Pijamini (baby in an "amauti") an...[View full title]d Sowdluapik (right). Sowdluapik is Josephie Sowdluapik's wife.].

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    Date:
    1950
    Photographs. [Conditions of access Open]. Government. Item.
    An Inuit lady with a baby on her back and another Inuit lady just behind her. [ Annie Pijamini (left), Mimi Pijamini (baby in an "amauti") and Sowdluapik (right)
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