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Musée québécois de culture populaire and its collections, with special reference to its Quebec textiles collection
Collection: Countries of the Francophone: The Musée québécois de culture populaire
Creator: CHIN
This 1930s historic artefact demonstrated the ingenuity of Canadian engineers to take common components and combine them into a unique portable heater.
Collection: 'Warming Up' Collection of space heating artefacts, 1920s to the 1960s
Creator: HVACR Heritage Centre Canada
Coverlets from the Quebec traditional textiles collection at the Musée québécois de culture populaire
Collection: Countries of the Francophone: The Musée québécois de culture populaire
Creator: CHIN
Rugs from the The Musée québécois de culture populaire collection of Quebec textiles that were made with combination techniques
Collection: Countries of the Francophone: The Musée québécois de culture populaire
Creator: CHIN
Rugs from the The Musée québécois de culture populaire textile collection, made with traditional techniques
Collection: Countries of the Francophone: The Musée québécois de culture populaire
Creator: CHIN
History of the tea ceremony up to and during the Meiji restoration
Collection: Cultural Life During the Meiji Restoration, Japan
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
Descriptions of the many objects used in the Japanese tea ceremony, especially kogos, with examples, and instructions for making a kogo out of clay.
Collection: Cultural Life During the Meiji Restoration, Japan
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
Interview with German immigrant to Canada
Collection: Auswanderer to Canadians: Diverse Journeys Germany – Canada, 1940-1975
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
Seasons affect the Arctic landscape, from mosquitoes in the summer to the Northern Lights in the winter.
Collection: Inuit: Sea and Land
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
Arctic hares are not represented in traditional and contemporary Inuit art as commonly as polar bears, seals and caribou.
Collection: Heritage, History and Art
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
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