Champlain's First Battle with the Indians, A.D. 1609. (Page 67.) - Burning of Port Royal (N.S.). A.D. 1613. (Page 70.). (B2-73a)

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Champlain's First Battle with the Indians, A.D. 1609. (Page 67.) - Burning of Port Royal (N.S.). A.D. 1613. (Page 70.).
Top Image: Lower Left: J. Walker. Drawn and engraved expressly for Tuttle's History of the Dominion. - Bottom Image: Lower Left: J. Walker. 14. Drawn and engraved expressly for Tuttle's History of the Dominion.
Author: Charles Richard Tuttle (b. 1848)
Source / Publication: Tuttle's Popular History of the Dominion of Canada, with Art Illustrations. From the Earliest Settlement of the British-American Colonies to the Present Time; Together with Portrait Engravings and Biographical Sketches of the Most Distinguished Men of the Nation.
Publisher: D. Downie & Co., Publishers; Tuttle & Downie, Publishers; H. B. Bigney & Co., Publishers; D. Downie & Co., Publishers
Place of Publication: Montreal; Boston; Moncton, N.B.; London, England
Date: 1877
Date (Depicted): A.D. 1609 and A.D. 1613
Volume: Volume 1
Page Number: Between pages 108 and 109
Printer: Franklin Press: Rand, Avery & Company, 117 Franklin Street, Boston
Paper Dimensions: 11 1/4 x 8 1/2 inches.
Medium: Steel engraving
Language: English
Coloured: Black and white
Condition: The print is in great condition with minimal wear around the edges, including a small tear into the bottom left side of the print, as can be seen.
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Price: US$60
Identification Number: B2-73a

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