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Treaty 13. Mississague Nation. Toronto purchase. (LH Image)

Item is a composite image created from two separate photographs detailing the boundaries of the Toronto Purchase between the Crown and the Mississaugas of the Credit. The original sale is dated to 1787, however there were questions raised about the legitimacy of the documents and about the delineation of the land. In 1805 a formal purchase was documented and is referenced in the text of the item. William Claus, the Deputy Superintendent of Indian Affairs, signed on behalf of the Crown.

William Claus

Under the mask

Sheet folded to show only the masked head and hide words and mouth. School activity by Rishi, grade 5, 2020.


Boy in blue shirt and hat.

Léo Beaulieu


Man in blue shirt, red pants, and high hat, under sun and two cloud.

Léo Beaulieu


Brown dog with black dots standing on gravel, under sun and three cloud.

Léo Beaulieu

Pretty little lamb

Lamb with red collar, between two people, one dressed in blue, the other in red.

Léo Beaulieu


Large stone made barn with black roof, for Marie and her lamb.

Léo Beaulieu


Man in green boat, waving is hand, above the blue waves, as he approaches the shore.

Léo Beaulieu

Uncle Paul

Green car and red tractor, farm animals and a house with red roof.

Léo Beaulieu


Boy in red shirt and purple pants.

Léo Beaulieu


Grand father in green shirt beside red house and smoke coming out of its chimney.

Léo Beaulieu

En route

Stop sign at the centre where two roads converge in one with many road signs on each side.

Léo Beaulieu


Autobiography in the form of a winding road with mispelled "stard" sign.

Léo Beaulieu


Autobiography in the form of a winding road with coffin at the end.

Léo Beaulieu

Life of Paul

Multicolor graphic lettering with birdview of ancient seashore in the background.

Léo Beaulieu

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