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"Jump into Your Place in the Sportsman's Company of the Irish Canadian Rangers Overseas Battalion" (circa 1914-1918)

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Personnel of the Irish Regiment of Canada, with German roadblock and anti-tank ditch, near Otterloo, Netherlands (April 16, 1945)

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"All in One with the Irish Canadian Rangers 199th Overseas Battalion" (circa 1914-1918)

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Document transmitting "certificates of character" given to retired members of the Irish Police (December 20, 1882)

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Coroner's certificate, with witnesses' signatures, inquiring into the assassination of Thomas D'Arcy McGee (April 8, 1868)

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Thomas D'Arcy McGee inscription and photograph, dated March 30, 1862, from a copy of his Canadian Ballads, and Occasional Verses (1858)

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Henry James Morgan's note recording a theory on the true identity of Thomas D'Arcy McGee's assassin (October 29, 1902)

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Patrick J. Whelan (circa 1868)

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Letters by Rhoda Ann Rose, of Buffalo, New York, to her uncle William Matheson, warning him of a threatened uprising of Irish men in Canada (December 1848)

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Funeral procession of the Honourable Thomas D'Arcy McGee, at the corner of Bleury and Craig Streets, Montréal (April 13, 1868)

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The History of the Rebellion and Civil-War in Ireland, by Ferd. Warner (1768)

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Irish Parliamentary Party (1886)

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Battalion Orders of the 1st Battalion Irish Fusiliers, Vancouver Regiment (May 17, 1938)

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The Irish Regiment of Canada passes the saluting base during Gen. H.D.G. Crerar's review at Eelde airport (May 23, 1945)

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"Hints to Recruits", 1st Battalion Irish Fusiliers, Vancouver Regiment (circa November 1937)

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"Fight for Her. Come with the Irish Canadian Rangers Overseas Battalion" (circa 1914-1918)

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The pipe band of the Irish Fusiliers at the inspection of the 2nd Canadian Corps by General Guy Simonds (May 31, 1945)

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We Go Next! Irish Canadian Rangers (circa 1914-1918)

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