4 edition of An official handbook of information relating to the Dominion of Canada ... January, 1890. found in the catalog.
An official handbook of information relating to the Dominion of Canada ... January, 1890.
Canada. Dept. of Agriculture
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|Pagination||82 p. illus., pl., fold. map.|
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The Canada Year Book—official statistical annual of the resources, history, institutions and social and economic conditions of the Dominion.—Dominion Bureau of Statistics. Ottawa. : M. Epstein. United States. War Department: Handbook of the 3 War Department: Hearings in the matter of the granting of permits for the transmission from the Dominion of Canada into the United States of containing the reports of the Taft commission, its several acts of legislation, and other important information relating to the condition and.
The early bibliography of the province of Ontario, Dominion of Canada, with other information [database on-line]. Provo, UT: Operations Inc, (1) The union of the British North American colonies of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Quebec, and Ontario (Province of Canada), brought about July 1, , under the name Dominion of Canada. (2) The federal union of all the Canadian provinces and territories, the most recent addition being Newfoundland in .
In addition to Canada itself, which was divided into the provinces of Quebec (Lower Canada) and Ontario (Upper Canada), the federation included Nova Scotia and New Brunswick. The dominion’s Parliament, which was modeled on the British, consisted of two houses—a lower one elected by the people, and a higher one appointed by the governor-general. Oppenheimer, David. Vancouver city, its progress and industries: with practical hints for capitalists and intending settlers. Written by Mayor Oppenheimer and City Council to answer the many “enquiries from all parts of the Dominion and Great Britain” expressing interest in opportunities in Vancouver.
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