Accessible version of the comics

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Board 1 Picture of a night scene in a wooded area showing a building with "Verret", "Miel" and "Honey" written on it.
Board 2 Drawing of a building in a wooded area. On the building is marked "Est. 1856", "Verret", "Graines", "Seeds", "Miel" and "Honey." There are two figures in the upstairs window.
Board 3 Drawing of a book seen through the middle window of the shed. On the cover of the book is a picture of a young man with the name Jacques Verret written underneath. On either side of the book are profiles of a boy and a girl. Both are smiling.
Board 4 Close-up drawing of a book with the face of a young man on the cover and the name Jacques Verret written underneath. The book is set against a starry sky.
Board 5 Drawing of Jacques-Ferdinand Verret, a 16- or 17-year-old young man with short hair. He's wearing a tie and is on the left-hand side of the picture. On the right, against a starry backdrop, is a picture of a globe with North America in the middle.
Board 6 Drawing of Jacques-Ferdinand Verret, a 16- or 17-year-old young man with short hair. He's wearing a tie and is on the left-hand side of the picture. On the right is a map of Canada. The province of Québec is in green and has a star on it.
Board 7 Drawing of a hand pointing to a star in the middle of the picture. Next to the star are the St. Lawrence River, Québec City and its surrounding area, Île d'Orléans and Lévis.
Board 8 Drawing of Jacques-Ferdinand Verret, a 16- or 17-year-old young man with short hair. He's wearing a tie and is on the left-hand side of the picture. On the right is a map from 1709 showing the radial land division system applied in New France, with its irregular trapezoid-shaped parcels.
Board 9 Drawing of Jacques-Ferdinand Verret, a 16- or 17-year-old young man with short hair. He's wearing a tie and is on the left-hand side of the picture. On the right is a recent aerial photograph of the Trait-Carré. The star-shaped layout is still visible today.