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After the Latter-day Saints were driven out of Missouri, they settles in Nauvoo, Illinois on the banks of the Mississippi River which became a thriving city for about seven years.

After the Latter-day Saints were driven out of Missouri, they settles in Nauvoo, Illinois on the banks of the Mississippi River which became a thriving city for about seven years.

Louis Hébert, better knowed as the first settler of Quebec City,  here was overlooking, the vegetable garden of Port-Royal,  the second colony of Champlain, it's much later that he establish himself in Quebec. We can see here his stone house on top of the cliff.

Louis Hébert, better knowed as the first settler of Quebec City, here was overlooking, the vegetable garden of Port-Royal, the second colony of Champlain, it's much later that he establish himself in Quebec. We can see here his stone house on top of the cliff.

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President's House, Philadelphia. This Philadelphia mansion served as the presidential mansion of George Washington, 1790-97, and John Adams, 1797-1800. Adams first occupied the White House on November 1, 1800.

President's House, Philadelphia. This Philadelphia mansion served as the presidential mansion of George Washington, 1790-97, and John Adams, 1797-1800. Adams first occupied the White House on November 1, 1800.

The 1837 rebellion in Upper Canada was a less violent, more limited affair than the insurrection that same year in neighbouring Lower Canada, although its leaders, including William Lyon Mackenzie, were no less serious in their demands for democratic reform, and an end to the rule of a privileged oligarchy. The rebellion itself failed, yet its very failure helped pave the way for more moderate and careful political change in British North America, including the union of Upper and Lower…

The 1837 rebellion in Upper Canada was a less violent, more limited affair than the insurrection that same year in neighbouring Lower Canada, although its leaders, including William Lyon Mackenzie, were no less serious in their demands for democratic reform, and an end to the rule of a privileged oligarchy. The rebellion itself failed, yet its very failure helped pave the way for more moderate and careful political change in British North America, including the union of Upper and Lower…

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