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|Raymond Collishaw Squadron-Commander Raymond Collishaw
in Sopwith F.1 Camel aircraft, Allonville, France, 1918.
|New Brunswick stamp New Brunswick stamp designed but never
|Cook, Captain James|
|James Cook Captain James Cook, c. 1777. By Nathaniel dance
|The Corbett Family Mrs. Corbett and her family from England, at
Quebec to meet her husband in 1911.
|Edward Cornwallis Edward Cornwallis, founder of Halifax, a
veteran soldier who in three years shaped a flourishing small town and shipping
|Cornwallis Surrenders The surrender of Lord Cornwallis at
Yorktown, 1781, when Britain's main army in Virginia was cut off and surrounded, spelled the
effective end of the Revolutionary War.
|Cosmos, Armor de|
|Armor de Cosmos Armor de Cosmos (1825-1897),
journalist-founder of the British Colonist at Victoria, and Victoria's first representative in the
federal parliament in 1871, and then British Columbia's Premier, 1872-1874.
|Cotes, Sara Jeanette Duncan|
|S.J. Duncan Sara Jeannette Duncan (1862-1922), a journalist
with the Toronto Globe and the Washington Post, she also wrote numerous novels of life and
politics in Ontario and India.
|James Craig James Craig, Governor in Lower Canada,
1807-1811, who inflamed French Canadian passions against him.
|Thomas A. Crerar Thomas Alexander Crerar (1876-1975)
entered federal parliament in 1917 as minister for agriculture, was head of the Progressives in
1921, railway minister in 1929, and minister of mines and resources, 1935-1945.
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