People from Colchester County, Nova Scotia: Adams George Archibald, Robert Stanfield, Doug Rogers, Lewis MacKenzie, Anna Haining Bates

9781155239002: People from Colchester County, Nova Scotia: Adams George Archibald, Robert Stanfield, Doug Rogers, Lewis MacKenzie, Anna Haining Bates

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 34. Chapters: Adams George Archibald, Lewis MacKenzie, Robert Stanfield, Doug Rogers, Lenore Zann, Anna Haining Bates, Purdy Crawford, Ron Joyce, Bob Champoux, Jeremiah Jones, John MacLachlan Gray, James Meissner, Portia White, Bill White, Jamie Muir, Lyle Carter, Alexander McNutt, William A. White, Dutch Mason, Martin Henry Dawson, Barry Stagg, David Archibald Harvey, Cory Bowles, Tracy Parsons, George Isaac Smith, Glenn V. Davidson, George Forrester Davidson, Judge Fulton, Karen Casey, Archibald McLelan, Samuel George William Archibald, Albert Ross Hill, Simon Bradstreet Robie, Scott Armstrong, Jeff Douglas, Garwin Sanford, Arthur Williams McCurdy, Lorne Clarke, David Brine, Fred Allen, Sandy MacKenzie, Leo McKay, Jr., Samuel Creelman, Mike Smith, Justin Palardy, Harry Flemming, Page Fletcher, Charles Dickson, Edward Mortimer Archibald, Thomas Dickson Archibald, Charles Dickson Archibald, William Albert Patterson, Colleen Pinkney, William F. McCurdy, Jack White, William Blair, David McCurdy, Art Dorrington, Daniel Murray, Matthew Archibald, Robert Dickson, William Dickson, Frank Harris Patterson, Doris Petrie, James Fleming, Gord Kuhn. Excerpt: Sir Adams George Archibald, KCMG, PC (May 3, 1814 - December 14, 1892) was a Canadian lawyer and politician, and a father of Confederation. He was based in Nova Scotia for most of his career, though he also served as 1st Lieutenant Governor of Manitoba from 1870 to 1872. Archibald was born in Truro to a prominent family in Nova Scotian politics. He was the son of Samuel Archibald, and grandson of James Archibald, judge of the court of common pleas, Nova Scotia. He was also related to Samuel G. W. Archibald, who had served as the province's Attorney General from 1830 to 1841. Sir Adams Archibald studied science and medicine for a few years, subsequently articled in law, and was called to ...

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