History of Childhood and Youth in 23 Objects found in the Canadian Museum of History by HIST 3115 November 29, 2019 Picture of two children outside Halifax in late 1700s.Women wearing different Types of bones/stones representing the status and social classDefaced Morgentaler Clinic sign, Canadian Museum of History, Ottawa, Ontario.The Boy Scout uniformDoll and Box, Gallery 3: Modern Canada, Canadian Museum of History, Gatineau, QuebecA record of marriage between Désiré Viger Catherine Moitié, 1667Russell Moses from Six Nations of the Grand River, attended the Mohawk Institute Residential School in Brantford, Ontario, from 1942 to 1947. The rattle and phonograph of Russell and his sister Thelma were the only possessions he retained from childhood. The rattle was used in secret by the children to keep some cultural practices alive. The photograph was taken during a monthly visiting session for siblingsPeter Rider Boy Scout Uniform. 1960sThe photograph of Rosie Running Rabbit and her piece of clothing.Belinda Trowbridge, Memories of an American Childhood, samplerN.H.L Pro table hockey game Eagle Toys Ltd., 1950 to 1955 “digital settlers’ game”. “digital settlers’ game”. N.H.L. Pro table hockey game Eagle Toys Ltd., 1950 to 1955 School Settlers, Colonial CanadaUNICEF boxEngis Child –There were toys that showed the gender roles that they were supposed to fulfill later in their life. This idea was created by adults as they were expecting children to take on these roles, so they were teaching them early on what was okay for girls and boys to do. They wanted girls to use more feminine objects and boys to use more masculine objects.