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Canadians Going to War on Snowshoes
circa 1700
This engraving is the only known illustration of a Canadian militiaman on a campaign during colonial wars.
Defeat of the Iroquois at Lake Champlain
1613
This copperplate engraving by Samuel Champlain depicts the defeat of the Iroquois at the Battle of Champlain in 1609.
Dr. Ignatius Karoniaktatie Williams
1973
Dr. I. K. Williams, a beloved doctor in Kahnawake, Québec, was a descendant of Eunice (Kanenstenhawi) Williams and her Kanienkehaka husband, Arosen.
Eunice Williams Being Carried in Pageant of Old Deerfield
1913
This early 20th-century photograph depicts a reenactment of Eunice Williams being carried off by her captor during the 1704 raid on Deerfield, Massachusetts.
Family of Joseph Marchesseau and Helen Higgins
circa 1892
This photograph depicts the family of Joseph Marchesseau, a descendant of Deerfield captive Martha French.
Four Generations of Sheldons
circa 1904
This photograph portrays the late 19th-century historian of Deerfield, Massachusetts, George Sheldon along with his son, grandson, and great-grandaughter.
Group of Huron on a Diplomatic Mission
1880
This photograph depicts a group of Wendat on a diplomatic mission in Québec in 1880.
Home of Abigail (Nims) and Josiah Rising
1908
This photograph depicts the home of Abigail (Nims) and Josiah Rising in Oka, Québec.
Jean-Baptiste Hertel de Rouville's Portrait
circa 1713
Jean-Baptiste Hertel de Rouville (1668-1722) led the raid on Deerfield, Massachusetts in 1704.
John Sheldon's House
1848
George Washington Mark (1795-1879) painted John Sheldon's house, a famous Deerfield, Massachusetts, landmark just before it was demolished in 1848.
Louis-Hector de Callière's Portrait
circa 1907
Louis-Hector de Callière was appointed Governor of Montréal in 1684 and Governor General of New France in 1699.
Philippe de Rigaud de Vaudreuil's Portrait
1905
This portrait of Philippe de Rigaud de Vaudreuil reflects his status as Governor General of New France.
Photograph of Fort Chambly
modern print
This photograph shows Fort Chambly, the location where the raiders gathered before the 1704 attack on Deerfield, Massachusetts.
Portrait of Elizabeth Mary Sadoques
circa 1922
Elizabeth Mary Sadoques was a descendant of Eunice Williams, a captive in the 1704 raid on Deerfield, Massachusetts.
Portrait of Jean Paquet
1954
Jean Paquet is a descendant of Martha French, a captive of the 1704 raid on Deerfield, Massachusetts.
Reverend John Williams's Portrait
circa 1707
This circa 1707 portrait of a clergyman is believed to be the Reverend John Williams (1664-1729).
Reverend Stephen Williams's Portrait
circa 1755
This portrait of the Reverend Stephen Williams (1693-1782) reveals his profession and his status.
Samuel de Champlain's Portrait
mid 19th century
The French explorer Samuel de Champlain mapped much of northeastern North America.
Sculpture: Deerfield Bell
2003
This contemporary stone sculpture by Kanienkehaka artist Silver Bear (Steve McComber) of Kahnawake, Québec, symbolizes the connections between Kahnawake and Deerfield, Massachusetts.
The First Québec Settlement
1608
Samuel Champlain executed this engraving of the first settlement at Québec in 1608.
The Msadoques Family House, Odanak, Québec
circa 1865
This photograph depicts the Sadoques family home at Odanak, an Abenaki village on the Alsigontekw (St. Francis River) near the St. Lawrence, in Québec, Canada.
Therese Stebens Plaque
circa 1889
This plaque of Therese Stebens [Thankful Stebbins] was placed by her descendents near her grave.
Tree From Rising House in Oka, Quebec
1908
The spruce tree in this photograph was planted near Memorial Hall Museum in Deerfield, Massachusetts, as a memorial to captives Josiah Rising and Abigail Nims.
View of Kahnawake
circa 1750
This mid 18th-century view of Kahnawake shows the Kanienkehaka longhouses, the church and mission buildings.
Wendat Woman and Man
18th century
In this 18th-century watercolor, a Wendat (Huron) woman and man appear to be going to market.
Wôbanakiak Woman and Man
18th century
In this 18th-century watercolor, a Wôbanakiak woman and man wear both traditional and European materials.

 

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