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President George Henderson (left) introduced speaker Anne Anderson at the Macdonell-Williamson House. (Photo M. Farfan)
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The entire house was under restoration at the time of the QAHN visit. (Photo - M. Farfan)
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David G. Anderson spoke about the leading explorers of the British period. (Photo - M. Farfan)
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The historic Macdonell-Williamson House, Chute-à-Blondeau, Ontario. (Photo - M. Farfan)
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Jim Caputo (left) and George Henderson (President of the nearby Macdonell-Williamson House) on either side of the old boundary marker. (Photo - M. Farfan)
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Carillon Hydroelectric dam. (Photo - M. Farfan)
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QAHN Executive Director Matthew Farfan (left) at the Carillon Hydro Dam.
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At the Friday evening dinner. (Photo - M. Farfan)
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QAHN President Simon Jacobs (right) meeting with Minister Lucie Charlebois (centre) at the Friday evening QAHN Cocktail. (Photo - M. Farfan)
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Participants at the 15th annual QAHN convention gathered at the Musée régional d'Argenteuil in Carillon. (Photo - M. Farfan)
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QAHN past president Rod MacLeod gave a talk and slide presentation this past weekend to members of the Morin Heights Historical Association. The topic was English-speaking Quebec in 100 Objects. (Photo - courtesy)
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Canal de Carillon, vers 1910. Ancienne carte postale photographique. (Collection privée) / Carillon Canal, c.1910. Early photographic postcard. (Private collection)
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Fromagerie, Harrington Est, vers 1910. Carte postale ancienne. Collection privée. / Cheese Factory, Harrington East, c.1910. Early postcard. Private collection.
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Celebrate QAHN's 15th anniversary! Register now for the 2015 Convention & AGM! Annual QAHN Convention, Lower Ottawa Valley (St. Andrew's East, Carillon, Cushing & Sainte-Marthe, Quebec / Chute-à-Blondeau, Ontario), June 5-6, 2015. Come and help us celebrate our 15th anniversary! For more information, contact QAHN:1 (877) 964-0409 / home@qahn.org.
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"Mountain Rest," Sixteen Island Lake, 1905. Ancienne carte postale. Collection privée. / Early postcard. Private collection.
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Bureau , vers les années 1920. Carte postale ancienne. (Collection privée) / Office of the Laurentian Water & Power Company, Sainte-Agathe, c.1920s. Early postcard. (Private collection)
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Église presbytérienne, New Glasgow, 1907. Carte postale photographique. L'expéditrice a écrit à un ami à New Glasgow en Île-du-Prince-Édouard : "This may interest you, coming from a place of the same name as your own home. Miss Gertrude Webb, New Glasgow, Que." / Presbyterian Church, New Glasgow, 1907. The sender wrote to a friend in New Glasgow, Prince Edward Island : "This may interest you, coming from a place of the same name as your own home. Miss Gertrude Webb, New Glasgow, Que." (Photo - Collection privée / Private Collection)
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The Argenteuil Regional Museum, Carillon (Saint-André d'Argenteuil) in all its fall glory. Fall 2014. (Photo - Matthew Farfan)
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Ancienne carte postale, vers 1910. (Collection privée) / Early postcard, c.1910. (Private collection) L'envoyeur écrit / The sender writes: "This place is 60 miles from Montreal. The slide is a mile long and great sport..."
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--October 1, 2014. The following article, titled "Farewell to the Oldest Store in Morin Heights: the Mickey’s Story," was written by David Hodgson and is published by the Morin Heights Historical Association. Based on interviews conducted last year with Owen and Heidi LeGallee, the article relates the story of the LeGallee family and its part in the history of the town of Morin Heights.
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This old, red ax is part of Quebec’s cultural heritage. The wooden handle is smooth and worn. The red paint is chipping off the head of the ax and the steel has scars from its past. This ax has chopped so many pieces of wood and it is more reliable than a piece of machinery.
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Most Montrealers believe that all of the Irish immigrants to our city arrived at the time of the Irish Famine in 1847, when in reality the ancestors of many of our present day Quebec citizens of Irish descent likely arrived decades before this terrible event.