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Searched for: Yukon Territory
By the mid-1920s the search was on for a small, self-starting, electric motor, operating on alternating current (by then the choice of most power utilities).
Collection: 'Warming Up' Collection of space heating artefacts, 1920s to the 1960s
Creator: HVACR Heritage Centre Canada
Whales have long intrigued, but also terrified people. These great mammals were reminders of the vastness and depth of the oceans, and of the fears created by such unfathomable immensity.
Collection: The Legends of the Depths
Creator: Musée du Fjord
More facts about butterflies.
Collection: Butterfly Biology
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
Description of the international journeys of four ambassadors of the Iroquois Confederacy in the 18th Century.
Collection: Four Kings and One Queen
Creator: Portrait Gallery of Canada
Over a million ounces of gold have been produced in Nova Scotia since mining began in the 1860s.
Collection: Gold in Nova Scotia
Creator: Art Gallery of Nova Scotia
Hair from Caribou (or Moose) are coloured (dyed), sewn and cut. Traditional art from for Athapakan Cultures.
Collection: Aboriginal Cultural Activities
Creator: Najuqsivik Community Museum
Lesson plan designed to provide an introduction to the interpretation of graphic materials such as cartoons. How to analyse and interpret cartoons in order to get information out of them
Collection: Past Perfect: The Politically Incorrect in Cartoons!
Creator: McCord Museum of Canadian History

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