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The Picture Gallery of Quebec History


Last revised:
1 March 2001

Amoskeag Textile Factory Manchester, New Hampshire, (circa 1920)

Bird's Eye View, Union Station, Manchester NH (circa 1915)

Boston and Maine Railway Station, Lowell, Massaschusetts (circa 1920)

Canadian Recruitment Ad in Franco-American Newspapers in April 1918

Cent ans d'injustice [1867-1967]

The Denunciation of "Duplessisme" by Abbés Gérard Dion and Louis O'Neill [1956]

Fathers of Confederation

Henri Bourassa 

Holy Rosary, French Catholic Church, Rochester, NH (circa 1945)

Huge Textile Mill on the Merrimack River, Lowell, Massachusetts (circa 1920)

The Impertinances of Brother Anonymous

Pierre Laporte

Precious Blood Church (Eglise Précieux-Sang), Woonsocket, Rhode Island (circa 1925)

St. Hyacinthe Hospital, Lewiston, Maine (circa 1889)

School of the Sisters of the Congrégation de Notre Dame, Worcester, Massachusetts (circa 1910)

Traditional Quebec rural society as represented by Horatio Walker (1880-1938)