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                  Montreal, 1906). Canadian album (Cochrane and Hopkins). Canadian men and women of the time (Morgan; 1898). Directory, Winnipeg, 1882–83, 1887, 1891–97, 1907. Dale and Lee Gibson
                  Northern Ontario Railway to Cochrane in 1909. On 3 Oct. 1909 Hollinger and a companion, Alex Gillies, set out to explore the region six miles west of Porcupine Lake, hoping to find surface showings
                  tactics, he prevailed on such prominent Sudburians as hardware merchant and ex-mayor Francis Cochrane to marshal
                  ; 14, 28 août 1913. Canadian album (Cochrane and Hopkins), 4: 304. Conventions Nationales des Acadiens, Recueil de travaux et délibérations des six premières conventions, F.-J
                  ., vol.2: 101. Canadian album (Cochrane and Hopkins), 3: 29. Canadian men and women of the time (Morgan; 1898). Laurel Conmee Whalen, “Incidents in the life of James Conmee, 1848–1913
                  Cochrane. As part of Whitney’s “new order,” crown lands became the Department of Lands and Mines, with White as its first deputy. In 1906 the portfolio name changed to Lands, Forests, and
                  history of the diocese of Peterborough, 1882–1975 (Peterborough, Ont., 1976). Canadian album (Cochrane and Hopkins), 1: 211. Canadian men and women of the time (Morgan; 1898
                  recall Hutton immediately. In 1904 when Lord Dundonald [Cochrane*], the
                  , Francis Cochrane, Whitney’s first minister of lands and mines, produced an act in 1906 that standardized
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