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260 - 326 Carlaw: Brick dust into silver

260 – 326 Carlaw: Brick dust into silver

What do Lauren Harris (the Group of Seven), William Gooderham of Gooderham Worts (the Distillery district), Col. R. 2,882 more words

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The West Side Story: Carlaw

Carlaw Avenue is becoming the major north-south artery in Leslieville. It has evolved from impassable country lane to an industrial hub to a brownfield of abandoned factories and rusting equipment to a vibrant neighbourhood. 620 more words

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Carlaw: Palmolive Building

A Visual Tour of the now-demolished Palmolive Plant on Carlaw Avenue, Toronto

An addition, 1936.

Credit: The Canadian Courier, Vol. XXII, No. 24, Nov. 10, 1917… 125 more words

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Houses of the Oregon Tribes

The question of what sorts of houses the Kalapuyans had has again surfaced. Over the years this question has been of prime importance. Many Americans, ignorant of the diversity and variability of Tribal cultures have assumed that tipis were the houses for all American Indians. 1,964 more words

Manifest Destiny in American Policy

Manifest Destiny has plagued Native peoples of the United States for over 160 years. Historians have written extensively about the philosophy which seemed to become policy of the United States and its citizens in the 19th century. 893 more words

Anson Dart's Report of November 7, 1851: Contextualized

Anson Dart’s Report of November 7, 1851, Transferring 13 Treaties to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs: Annotated with Contextual Comments

Here begin the full text of the Report of… 4,505 more words

NDNHISTORYRESEARCH Blog: 2016 review

An eventful year, 2016, for Indigenous peoples! We began the year with a bang when the Malheur Wildlife refuge in Oregon was taken over and occupied by an American militia who basically wanted free land and free leasing of federal lands. 444 more words