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|Sieur de Monts|
de Monts Sieur de Monts, Colonizer of Acadia and a trading entrepreneur who
Lieutenant-General of New France.
Sifton Clifford Sifton, Ontario-born but settling in Manitoba in 1875, a Liberal
provincial member in 1898, attorney-general in 1891, and federal minister of the interior
and Indian affairs, 1896-1905.
|Simcoe, Elizabeth Posthuma|
Simcoe Elizabeth Posthuma Simcoe, wife of Lieutenant-Governor Simcoe, was also
aide and mother of a young family, as well as producing valuable watercolours of early
|Simcoe, John Graves|
Simcoe John Graves Simcoe, First Lieutenant-Governor of Upper Canada, was also
distinguished commander of the Loyalist Queen's Rangers.
Smallwood Newfoundland's Premier-to-be, Joseph Smallwood, signing the
Confederation with Canada document, December 1948. He held office as Liberal premier until
Smith Donald Smith (1820-1914), later Lord Strathcona, dealt with the troubles at
Red River, then sat in the Canadian parliament for Selkirk, and later became a key figure
in the new C.P.R. Company.
Chief Factors The Chief Factors of the Hudson's Bay at Montreal, 1871.
Smith A United Empire Loyalist, Lieutenant-Colonel Samuel Smith (1756-1826)
in the Loyalist Queen's Rangers, was appointed to Upper Canada's Executive Council in
1815, and twice acted as the province's administrator during the governor's absence. As
painted by George Berthon (1806-1892).
|Smith, William Alexander|
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.
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