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Colour aerial view of the eastern point of Île Jésus in summer. The Des Prairies River can be seen on the left and the Mille Îles River on the left. They meet at the bottom of the photo.
An old map tinted yellow and lavender featuring Île Jésus and the Island of Montreal. In the top left-hand corner, there is a cartouche (decorative box) containing the title. A compass rose appears in the lower right-hand corner.
Indigenous artefacts displayed on a black background. In the lower right-hand corner, there is an arrowhead and a grey ceramic pipe fragment. On the left are 20-some beige and grey pottery shards with a zigzag pattern.
Hand-drawn map of the south shore of Île Jésus in 1674. The paper is yellowed and the ink is beige. Locations and Algonquin sites are noted, and there is a compass rose on either end.
Black and white photograph of an 18th-century stone and wood house, side view. The house has solid stone chimneys and a large wooden porch.
Black and white map featuring long rectangular lots. The owners’ names are written inside each one.
Black and white aerial view of a bridge spanning a wide river. There are neighbourhoods on both shores.
Black and white pencil drawing of a mill, with a plan of the mill and a drawing of the mill seen from the side.
Black and white photograph of a mill in the distance. A river flows in the foreground. The waves are rough.
Watercolour of a raft made of squared timber on a river with strong rapids. A number of men are rowing, directed by a man in charge.
Black and white photograph of four ice cutters loading a trailer with huge blocks of ice.
Photograph of ice-cutting tools. On a white background, brown metal ice tongs used to carry blocks of ice, and a rusted iron saw with a wooden handle.
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