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SCULPTURE European sculpture arrived in Canada with the French who created sacred figures to ABORIGINAL ART adorn their churches. Sculptors such as Louis Quévillon The art of the Inuit (see (1749–1832) carved decorapp326–7) and the Northwest tive altarpieces as well as fine First Nations is highly valued marble statues in Montreal. in Canada. Pre-historic Inuit European traditions continued finds reveal beautiful objects, to dominate through the 19th from sculpted figurines century, and it was not to carved harpoon until the 20th century heads, which were that Canada’s new cities largely created for began to require civic religious use.
Wolfe’s infantry scrambled up a steep, wooded cliff. They had to defeat an enemy post before the waiting boats of soldiers could join the battle. TIMELINE 1755 Expulsion of the Acadians from Nova Scotia 1743 The La Vérendrye brothers discover the Rocky Mountains 1720 1713 British gain control of Nova Scotia, Newfoundland, and Hudson Bay 1758 Louisbourg, the French fortress on Cape Breton Island, falls to the British 1740 1759 Wolfe defeats de Montcalm in the Battle of the Plains of Abraham Medal for the British capture of Quebec 1759 1760 Sir Alexander Mackenzie 1780 1793 Scottish explorer and fur trader Alexander Mackenzie crosses the Rockies and reaches the Pacific Ocean by land 1800 1760 1774 The Quebec 1812 The US at Montreal falls to the British Act grants French colonists rights to their own language and religion war with Britain until the Treaty of Ghent in 1814 48 I N T R O D U C I N G C A N A D A A BRITISH DOMINION Twenty-five years after the War of 1812 ended in stalemate, violence of a different sort flared in Canada.
In Canada. Pre-historic Inuit European traditions continued finds reveal beautiful objects, to dominate through the 19th from sculpted figurines century, and it was not to carved harpoon until the 20th century heads, which were that Canada’s new cities largely created for began to require civic religious use. With the monuments. The façade of the Quebec Parliacoming of the Europement was designed by ans the Inuit quickly Louis-Phillipe Hébert adapted their artistic (1850–1917). skills to make objects Native subjects were for sale such as sculpincorporated into tures made from ivory, much 20th-century bone, and stone.