On Canadian Ground - Stories of Footwear in Early Canada See more of the Virtual Museum of Canada
ExhibitionMemorable Shoes

KAMIKS OF THE INUIT
MOCCASINS OF THE FIRST NATIONS
CHANGING STYLES - THE ROLE OF TRADE & VOYAGEURS
SHOES FOR A NEW LAND
SHOES MADE IN THE AGE OF THE CRAFTSMAN
CANADIAN FOOTWEAR IN THE AGE OF THE MACHINE
MEN'S SHOES
WOMEN'S SHOES
BELL SHOES
CHILDREN'S SHOES
SKATES
INDUSTRIALIZATION - MAKING SHOES WITH MACHINES
THE RETAIL STORE
BULLDOG TOE BUTTON BOOTS
ADVERTISING SHOES
THE PRESENT BEGINS HERE
Self-portrait of William Notman, 1866-67 Portrait of a Man, late 19th century
Self-portrait of William Notman, 1866-67 Portrait of a Man, late 19th century
Machine-Made Footwear for Men

Each of these pairs of shoes and boots represents a different type of footwear that a man might have owned, between 1860 and 1910

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Wooden soled boots Side-lace Albert boots Slippers Pump with buckles
Wooden soled boots Side-lace Albert boots Slippers Pump with buckles
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