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History of British Columbia From Its Earliest Discovery to the Present Time

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ISBN-13:
9780243737086
Veröffentl:
2017
Seiten:
0
Autor:
Alexander Begg
eBook Typ:
PDF
Kopierschutz:
NO DRM
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Whilst the greatest effort has been made to ensure the quality of this text, due to the historical nature of this content, in some rare cases there may be minor issues with legibility. Historically, British Columbia has, hitherto, had comparatively an unwritten record. It is true, that within the last thirty years, many pamphlets and books respecting the Province have been written, but they were principally confined to climatic, geographical and descriptive matters hence the present effort of the Author to search for, gather, and compile, from such sources as were available, as full and complete a record as possible of this interesting portion of the Dominion. The result is this work now placed before the public, in the hope that it may interest and benefit the reading community. The modern history relating to. The recent official visit of the governor-general to British Columbia, is given at some length, as it refers to many provincial topics of importance, and gives evidence of the continued loyal feeling of the people of the Province to Queen Victoria and the British throne. The lamented death of the Premier of Canada, at Windsor Castle, 12th December, 1894, is noted. Hon. Mackenzie Bowel], Minister of Trade and Commerce, favorably known in British Columbia, re Australian Trade and the Pacific Cable, at the request of Lord Aberdeen, accepted the Premiership.
Historically, British Columbia has, hitherto, had comparatively an unwritten record. It is true, that within the last thirty years, many pamphlets and books respecting the Province have been written, but they were principally confined to climatic, geographical and descriptive matters hence the present effort of the Author to search for, gather, and compile, from such sources as were available, as full and complete a record as possible of this interesting portion of the Dominion. The result is this work now placed before the public, in the hope that it may interest and benefit the reading community. The modern history relating to. The recent official visit of the governor-general to British Columbia, is given at some length, as it refers to many provincial topics of importance, and gives evidence of the continued loyal feeling of the people of the Province to Queen Victoria and the British throne. The lamented death of the Premier of Canada, at Windsor Castle, 12th December, 1894, is noted. Hon. Mackenzie Bowel], Minister of Trade and Commerce, favorably known in British Columbia, re Australian Trade and the Pacific Cable, at the request of Lord Aberdeen, accepted the Premiership.

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