The Canadian ClipArt gallery offers 69 illustrations including famous landmarks and buildings, as well as coats of arms for the various provinces.

Acadia was a French and then English colony in North America. The image shows the English taking away land and homes from Acadian peasants, accused of disloyalty.

Acadian Peasants

Acadia was a French and then English colony in North America. The image shows the English taking away…

The coat of arms of Alberta, a province of Canada.

Alberta Coat of Arms

The coat of arms of Alberta, a province of Canada.

"Old bishop's palace, Quebec, where first parliament of lower Canada met in 1792." -Foster, 1921

Bishop's Palace

"Old bishop's palace, Quebec, where first parliament of lower Canada met in 1792." -Foster, 1921

Legislative buildings in British Columbia, Canada.

British Columbia Legislative Buildings

Legislative buildings in British Columbia, Canada.

Monument at the place where General Isaac Brock fell.

Monument where General Brock fell

Monument at the place where General Isaac Brock fell.

A seal representing the country of Canada.

Canada

A seal representing the country of Canada.

Cape Diamond, this is a view of the spot where Montgomery was killed. The cliff is Cape Diamond, crowned with the citadel. The street at the foot of it is called Champlain, and is inhabited chiefly by a mixed population of French, Canadians, and Irish. It extends from Mountain Street south almost to Wolfe's Cove. This view is from Champlain Street, a few rods south of <em>Pres de Ville</em>, looking north. High upon the rocks Alfred Hawkins, Esq., of Quebec, has placed a board with this inscription: "Here Major-General Montgomery Fell, December 31st, 1775."

Cape Diamond

Cape Diamond, this is a view of the spot where Montgomery was killed. The cliff is Cape Diamond, crowned…

The fortified residence of Samuel de Champlain at Quebec, Canada.

Champlain's Fortified Residence at Quebec

The fortified residence of Samuel de Champlain at Quebec, Canada.

The Coat of Arms for Prince Edward Island in Canada.

Prince Edward Island Coat of Arms

The Coat of Arms for Prince Edward Island in Canada.

The Coat of Arms of Quebec, Canada.

Quebec Coat of Arm

The Coat of Arms of Quebec, Canada.

The Battle of Crysler's Farm, also known as the Battle of Crysler's Field, was a battle of the War of 1812 fought on November 11, 1813.

Crysler's in 1855

The Battle of Crysler's Farm, also known as the Battle of Crysler's Field, was a battle of the War of…

Niagara, though often popularly translated as "Thundering Waters", this is a folk translation with no basis in historical native North American language. The name is a of a famous waterfalls and river through which Lake Erie empties into Lake Ontario, as part of the Great Lakes drainage system of North America. This shows the geological position of Niagara River and Falls, and the ancient levels of the lake waters from Lake Ontario to Chicago.

Niagara River and Falls

Niagara, though often popularly translated as "Thundering Waters", this is a folk translation with no…

Fort Erie was captured and destroyed during the War of 1812.

Ruins of Fort Erie, 1860

Fort Erie was captured and destroyed during the War of 1812.

In 1749, a Suplican priest, Abbé Picquet, built a mission fort named Fort de La Présentation, or Fort Oswegatchie, near the junction of the Oswegatchie River and the St Lawrence River.

Fort Oswegatchie

In 1749, a Suplican priest, Abbé Picquet, built a mission fort named Fort de La Présentation, or Fort…

The previous site of a mission fort named Fort de La Pr&eacute;sentation near the junction of the Oswegatchie River and the St Lawrence River. It is present day Ogdensburg.

Present Site of Fort Presentation

The previous site of a mission fort named Fort de La Présentation near the junction of the Oswegatchie…

The fort was built by the British Army and Canadian militia troops in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, to defend the settlement and the new capital of the Upper Canada region from the threat of a military attack, principally from the newly independent United States.

Fort York

The fort was built by the British Army and Canadian militia troops in the late eighteenth and early…

General Jacob Brown made camp at French Creek on October 29th, 1813. Brown's force was the advance guard of General Wilkinson's army marching on Montreal.

Mouth of French Creek

General Jacob Brown made camp at French Creek on October 29th, 1813. Brown's force was the advance guard…

General Wilkinson settled into winter quarters at French Mills on the Salmon River during the War of 1812.

French Mills in 1860

General Wilkinson settled into winter quarters at French Mills on the Salmon River during the War of…

A battle between English and French forces in Quebec.

Death of General Wolfe at Quebec

A battle between English and French forces in Quebec.

A section of Graham Island in British Columbia, Canada.

Graham Island

A section of Graham Island in British Columbia, Canada.

Graham Island, as it appeared on Sept. 29, 1831.

Graham Island

Graham Island, as it appeared on Sept. 29, 1831.

Igloos or snowhouses in Canada

Igloos

Igloos or snowhouses in Canada

The Klondike Gold Rush during the late 19th century. Many immigrants moved to Dawson City in the Yukon Territory, Canada, in hopes of finding gold.

Klondike Miners

The Klondike Gold Rush during the late 19th century. Many immigrants moved to Dawson City in the Yukon…

The Battle of Lundy's Lane was a battle of the War of 1812 on July 25, 1814, fought in present-day Niagara Falls, Ontario. It was one of the bloodiest battles ever fought in Canada.

Site of British battery at Lundy's Lane

The Battle of Lundy's Lane was a battle of the War of 1812 on July 25, 1814, fought in present-day Niagara…

A view of Main Street, Dawson City in the Yukon, Canada in July of 1897.

Main Street, Dawson City, July 1897

A view of Main Street, Dawson City in the Yukon, Canada in July of 1897.

Malden, on the Detroit River, was a place of great importance during the War of 1812. It is where the British ships were built.

View of Malden in 1861, where the British ships were built

Malden, on the Detroit River, was a place of great importance during the War of 1812. It is where the…

The coat of arms of Manitoba, a Canadian province.

Manitoba Coat of Arms

The coat of arms of Manitoba, a Canadian province.

Her Majesty's Royal Chapel of the Mohawks, the oldest church in Ontario, is one of six Royal chapels outside of the United Kingdom, and one of two in Canada.

Mohawk Church

Her Majesty's Royal Chapel of the Mohawks, the oldest church in Ontario, is one of six Royal chapels…

The headquarters of Louis Montcalm, the commander of the French forces in the French and Indian War.

Montcalm's Headquarters

The headquarters of Louis Montcalm, the commander of the French forces in the French and Indian War.

Wolfe and Montcalm's monument.

Montcalm's Monument

Wolfe and Montcalm's monument.

Death of American General Montgomery at Quebec

Death of Montgomery at Quebec

Death of American General Montgomery at Quebec

"The Death of Montgomery at Quebec."&mdash;E. Benjamin Andrews, 1895

Death of Montgomery

"The Death of Montgomery at Quebec."—E. Benjamin Andrews, 1895

The Montmorency Falls form a large waterfall in Quebec, Canada, located near Quebec City.

Montmorency Falls

The Montmorency Falls form a large waterfall in Quebec, Canada, located near Quebec City.

View of Montreal, Canada and its walls in 1760. (From an old French print)

View of Montreal in 1760

View of Montreal, Canada and its walls in 1760. (From an old French print)

The coat of arms for New Brunswick, a province of Canada.

New Brunswick Coat of Arms

The coat of arms for New Brunswick, a province of Canada.

The coat of arms of Nova Scotia.

Nova Scotia Coat of Arms

The coat of arms of Nova Scotia.

"Ottawa is a city, county seat of Carleton co., Ontario, and capital of the Dominion of Canada; at the confluence of the Ottawa and Rideau rivers on the Rideau canal, and on the Canadian Atlantic, the Canadian Pacific, and other railroads; 126 miles W. of Montreal. The government buildings are imposing structures, of Gothic architecture, costing about $4,000,000. They are built around a quadrangle, and with the grounds belonging to them occupy about 30 acres. They are constructed of a light-colored sandstone."&mdash;(Charles Leonard-Stuart, 1911)

Ottawa Main Parliament Building

"Ottawa is a city, county seat of Carleton co., Ontario, and capital of the Dominion of Canada; at the…

Parliament House at Ottawa, Canada, 1901.

Parliament House

Parliament House at Ottawa, Canada, 1901.

The first parliament buildings in Toronto, Canada (1796-1813).

First Parliament Buildings

The first parliament buildings in Toronto, Canada (1796-1813).

Canadian peasant girl.

peasant girl

Canadian peasant girl.

The grain elevator of Port Arthur in Canada.

Port Arthur

The grain elevator of Port Arthur in Canada.

The Public Building in Vancouver, Canada.

Public Building

The Public Building in Vancouver, Canada.

An old picture of Quebec, Canada where the French were colonizing.

Quebec

An old picture of Quebec, Canada where the French were colonizing.

Quebec in 1759.

Quebec in 1759

Quebec in 1759.

The Battle of Queenston Heights was a British victory during the War of 1812 which took place on October 13, 1812, near Queenston, Ontario.

Queenston in 1812

The Battle of Queenston Heights was a British victory during the War of 1812 which took place on October…

Originally named Rivi&egrave;re aux Canards ("Duck River"), the River Canard community is home to one of the last vestiges of the French-speaking inhabitants of the Detroit River region, settled from France and Quebec in the 18th century. At St. Joseph's parish, one can still today (2007) hear the mass in French.

View from Rivière Aux Canards

Originally named Rivière aux Canards ("Duck River"), the River Canard community is home to one…

General Wilkinson settled into winter quarters at French Mills on the Salmon River during the War of 1812.

Landing Place of Troops on the Salmon River

General Wilkinson settled into winter quarters at French Mills on the Salmon River during the War of…

A drawing of the barracks at Sandwich in Canada.

Barracks at Sandwich

A drawing of the barracks at Sandwich in Canada.

"Canada Storm Signals. These signals, if displayed by day on lakes Superior, Erie, or Ontario, indicate: No. 1, a moderate gale is expected at first from an easterly direction; No. 2, a moderate gale, at first from an easterly direction; No. 4, a heavy gale, at first from a westerly direction. If displayed on Lake Huron or in Georgian Bay: No. 1, a moderate gale is expected at first from a southerly direction; No. 2, a moderate gale, at first from a northerly direction; No. 3, a heavy gale, at first from a southerly direction; No. 4, a heavy gale, at first from a northerly direction." -Whitney, 1911

Canadian Storm Signals

"Canada Storm Signals. These signals, if displayed by day on lakes Superior, Erie, or Ontario, indicate:…

British Columbia Stamp (3 pence) from 1866

British Columbia Three Pence Stamp, 1866

British Columbia Stamp (3 pence) from 1866

Canada Stamp (1/2 cent) from 1868-1869

Canada Half Cent Stamp, 1868-1869

Canada Stamp (1/2 cent) from 1868-1869

New Brunswick Stamp (1 cent) from 1860

New Brunswick 1 Cent Stamp, 1860

New Brunswick Stamp (1 cent) from 1860

New Brunswick Stamp (3 pence) from 1851

New Brunswick Three Pence Stamp, 1851

New Brunswick Stamp (3 pence) from 1851

New Foundland Stamp (13 cents) from 1865-1868

New Foundland 13 Cents Stamp, 1865-1868

New Foundland Stamp (13 cents) from 1865-1868

New Foundland Stamp (2 cents) from 1880

New Foundland 2 Cents Stamp, 1880

New Foundland Stamp (2 cents) from 1880

New Foundland Stamp (1 penny) from 1857

New Foundland One Penny Stamp, 1857

New Foundland Stamp (1 penny) from 1857

New Foundland Stamp (10 cents) from 1887

New Foundland Ten Cents Stamp, 1887

New Foundland Stamp (10 cents) from 1887

New Foundland Stamp (2 pence) from 1857

New Foundland Two Pence Stamp, 1857

New Foundland Stamp (2 pence) from 1857

Prince Edward Island Stamp (1 cent) from 1872

Prince Edward Island One Cent Stamp, 1872

Prince Edward Island Stamp (1 cent) from 1872

The Battle of Stoney Creek was fought on June 6, 1813, during the War of 1812 near present day Stoney Creek, Ontario.

Battleground of Stony Creek

The Battle of Stoney Creek was fought on June 6, 1813, during the War of 1812 near present day Stoney…