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1 Order and Animals in Nineteenth-Century Toronto Sean Kheraj Department of History York University kherajs@yorku.cahttp://seankheraj.com

2 Yonge Street, south of King Street looking south, 1880 TPL E 2-37a

3 King Street at Jarvis looking west, ca. 1885-95 CTA, fond 1478, item 21

4 Horse-drawn streetcar, 1890 CTA, fond 16, item 3363

5 Horse-drawn streetcar, ca. 1892 CTA, fond 1244, item 1356

6 York Street looking north from Adelaide Street W., 1893 TPL, 7-49

7 Butchers Shop, Davenport Road, 189[?] TPL, 979-8-3

8 St. Lawrence Market, Jarvis and Front Streets, ca. 1885- 95 CTA, fond 1478, item 21

9 Spadina Avenue, Toronto, 1890s

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12 Human and Large Domestic Ungulate Populations of Toronto, 1861-1911 1861 1871 1881 189119011911

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27 By-law No. 4, An act concerning Nuisances and the good Government of the City (30 May 1834)

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31 Order and Animals in Nineteenth-Century Toronto Sean Kheraj Department of History York University kherajs@yorku.cahttp://seankheraj.com


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