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Germaine Perry's contribution to the Second World War was as a nurse in a naval hospital, where she cared for servicemen towards the end of the war.
Collection: Canada's Remembrances: The War At Home
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
Glass paintings from Senegal depict scenes of play, with descriptions of the cultural practices illustrated
Collection: Countries of the Francophone: The Musée de la Femme "Henriette Bathily", Senegal
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
Brief history of religions in Japan and the changes wrought during the Meiji restoration.
Collection: Cultural Life During the Meiji Restoration, Japan
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
History and examples of Japanese decorative arts relating to personal accessories from the Meiji period
Collection: Interior Design and Decorative Arts, Meiji Restoration, Japan
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
The foods we eat make us who we are and shape the world we live in
Collection: Sharing the Meal!
Creator: Musée de la civilisation
One of the many Canadian soldiers captured by the German military after the Dieppe Raid disaster in 1942 was Private Jack Powerfull Griss
Collection: Canada's Remembrances: People of The War on Land
Creator: CHIN-Canadian Heritage Information Network
Two assignments- art-making studio and a research paper - designed for secondary school students based on a study of Lawren Harris and his paintings of Mount Lefroy.
Collection: Art!Facts
Creator: McMichael Canadian Art Collection
To learn: 1. What secondary resources are? 2. Why they are useful? 3. What secondary resources are available for research on the Rideau Canal?
Collection: Heritage Passages
Creator: Carleton University
Innikueu (doll) were traditionally made by Innu for their children to use as toys. “Tea dolls” stored tea that could be used if a family’s main tea supply ran out.
Collection: Innu Objects
Creator: The Rooms
Noh is a type of play both performed and enjoyed by the samurai with whom it was very popular as the themes often reflected samurai history.
Collection: Exploring Japan: Samurai – Warrior Class of Japan
Creator: Art Gallery of Greater Victoria
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