1 edition of standard dictionary of Canadian biography found in the catalog.
standard dictionary of Canadian biography
|Other titles||The Canadian who was who|
|Contributions||Roberts, Charles G. D. Sir, 1860-1943., Tunnell, Arthur L.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. ;|
Dictionary of Canadian Biography (DCB Vol. VII); *Search File “Kittson, William”; Letter James Douglas, Victoria, Vancouver Island, to Edwin Kittson, Blue Coat Academy, Greenwich, 14 January (E/2/1fo. 90) The Journal of Occurrences at Fort Nisqually published by the Fort Nisqually Association ARCHIVES WINNIPEG.
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Sir Sandford Fleming, (born Jan. 7,Kirkcaldy, Fife, Scot.—died JHalifax, Nova Scotia, Can.), civil engineer and scientist who was the foremost railway engineer of Canada in the 19th century. Fleming emigrated in from Scotland to Canada, where he was trained as an engineer.
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