Pioneer Crafts

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Loyalists who came by land to Quebec and Ontario brought their belongings in covered wagons. Click on the button below for printable craft instructions for a Covered Wagon Craft made with craft supplies around the house.

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Corn Husk Dolls – Canadian children made many of these dolls since corn husks were plentiful. Click the button below for printable instructions on making these dolls with just 10 -15 corn husks and scissors.

(Picture source: Library and Archives Canada nlc-9363)

Bonnets – In New France, women and girls wore coifs or caps all the time. Different caps were worn depending on a girl’s age.

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