Three photographs stand here in the Museum of History of some of the Fathers of Confederation. From top to bottom they are John A. Macdonald, George Brown, and George-Etienne Cartier. Macdonald and Cartier were partners in the United Canadas legislature. Macdonald and Brown despised each other, but understood the need to work together on the efforts that would lead to Confederation.
Items in this display case belong to Cartier and Macdonald, from the time of the signing of the Act in London.
A quote by Macdonald closes things out for today.