An Engraver's Pilgrimage: James Smillie in Quebec, 1821-1830

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Title
An Engraver's Pilgrimage: James Smillie in Quebec, 1821-1830
Abstract
Contains an autobiography of the Scottish-born Smillie (1807-1885) in which he gives a detailed account of life in Quebec in the 1820s, and of the insecure climate in which engravers tried to make a living. Smillie was the first pictorial engraver to practice his trade in nineteenth-century Quebec.
Place
Toronto, ON
Publisher
Royal Ontario Museum
Date
1989
Language
en
Citation
Allodi, Mary MacAulay, and Rosemary L. Tovell. An Engraver’s Pilgrimage: James Smillie in Quebec, 1821-1830. Toronto, ON: Royal Ontario Museum, 1989.
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