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|Marquette and Jolliet Father Marquette and Jolliet on the
Mississippi, exploring toward the south.
|W.A.C. Bennett Social Credit Premier William Arthur Cecil
Bennett of British Columbia, in Ottawa to discuss hydro-power projects on the Columbia
|External Office The Canadian External Office in Washington,
1927, with the British Ambassador, Sir Erne Howard on the left, Mackenzie King in the centre,
and Vincent Massey, first Canadian appointee to Washington, on the right.
|Canadian Culture Prime Minister St. Laurent, accepting a copy
from Vincent Massey, Chairman of the Massey Commission on Canadian Culture,
|Nellie McClung Nellie McClung (1873-1951), a noted Canadian
feminist, was active in the Woman's Christian Temperance Union, wrote engaging portraits of
smalltown life, and sat in the Alberta legislature in the 1920s.
|John McCrae A Canadian postage stamp commemorating Dr.
John McCrae (1872-1918) and his poem, In Flanders Fields, which he wrote while serving as a
brigade surgeon in France, 1915
|William McDougall William McDougall (1822-1905), a Liberal
leader in Upper Canada from the early 1850s on, he was later named the first governor of the new
province of Manitoba, 1870-1873.
|Archibald McKellar Archibald McKellar (1816-1894), Ontario
Commissioner of Public Works in Premier Mowat's first ministry.
|Powerful Women Canadian postage stamp depicting Emily
Stowe, Louise McKinney, Idola Saint-Jean, Louise McKinney and Henrietta Edwards, four
leading women reformers.
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