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                  known of his early life. He arrived in Canada from Paris in June 1843 and the next year applied to William Edmond Logan*, the new
                  geological survey of the united provinces and a principal aspirant to the directorship was William Edmond Logan* whose brother was associated
                   
                  system, but Bisaillon and his associates seem to have diverted a share of Detroit’s trade to Philadelphia. William Penn, the proprietary of the province
                  . thirdly 17 June 1884 in Logan, Utah, Zina Presendia Williams, née Young, daughter of
                   
                  . James Richardson immigrated to Canada in 1829 where he was employed as a farm labourer in Lachine and later as a teacher in Beauharnois County, near Montreal, before he was engaged by William Edmond
                   
                  . In 1815 Logan and his brother William, a baker and landowner, returned to Britain. Fleming was left in control of William’s Quebec assets jointly with William’s son James and Fleming’s cousin John
                   
                  America, probably that year, with William Miller, the son of another paper manufacturer, and Alexander and John Logan, brothers who were also trained apprentices. The four travelling companions became
                   
                  FONSECA, WILLIAM GOMEZ (known until around 1840 as Don Derigo Nojada Gomez da Silva Fonseca; in later years he
                   
                  years. For the last five of these he superintended a survey district in the Isle of Lewis before coming to Canada with his family in 1855. He was recruited for the Geological Survey of Canada by William
                   
                  map achieved some fame in Roy’s lifetime and was known both to Lyell and to William Edmond Logan* who saw it in a legislative library
                   
                  William Edmond Logan* and the Geological Survey of Canada, which Robert Bell
                   
                  Logan*, William Molson*, Charles Tupper*, and William
                   
                   William E. Logan, Kt., first director of the Geological Survey of Canada (Montreal, 1883), 271–72. G. E. Jaques, Chronicles of the St. James St
                  of books. She originally intended to join two of her sisters in the teaching profession, but instead, on completing high school, she worked as a cashier and a bookkeeper for the William Davies Company
                  20 years he was to publish his scientific studies. He immediately won the admiration and support of experts, and particularly of Sir William Edmond Logan, the director of the Geological Survey of
                  Holmes Croft*, William Edmond Logan*, and Charles
                   
                  1813 American general William Henry Harrison prepared to advance in the Detroit River region, Myeerah secretly informed the Americans that he would break from the British. At first he suggested coming to
                  the survey’s director, geologist William Edmond Logan*, he began studying the crystalline rocks of eastern Canada, sulphate and
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