2 edition of William Lyon Mackenzie found in the catalog.
William Lyon Mackenzie
RBSC copy 2: With the library stamp of the League for Socialist Action, Toronto.
|Statement||by Charles Lindsey, ed. with numerous additions by G.G.S. Lindsey.|
|Series||The makers of Canada -- 11|
|Contributions||Lindsey, George Godwin Smith.|
|LC Classifications||F 5054 M23 1909 v.11|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 542 p.,  leaf of plates :|
|Number of Pages||542|
William Lyon Mackenzie was born on March 12, , at Springfield, Dundee. Education William Lyon Mackenzie completed formal education at the parish school. Career Mackenzie entered business, becoming in managing clerk of a canal company in Wiltshire. In Mackenzie emigrated to British North America. William Lyon Mackenzie King, PC, OM, CMG (December 17, – July 22, ), also commonly known as Mackenzie King, was the dominant Canadian political leader from the s through the s.. He served as the tenth Prime Minister of Canada from December 29, to June 28, ; from September 25, to August 7, ; and from October 23, to November 15, Governor-General: Earl of Bessborough, Lord .
In The Firebrand, William Kilbourn brings to life the rebel Canadian hero William Lyon Mackenzie. A skilled historian and an entertaining writer, Kilbourn reveals Mackenzie's complex character: able political editor, shrewd recorder of his times, efficient first mayor of Toronto, and gadfly of the House of frecklesandhoney.com: William Kilbourn. This comprehensive book on William Lyon Mackenzie’s later life focuses first on the period , Mackenzie’s years in exile in the United States. It examines his contribution to the American political scene, including his role in writing the constitution of the State of New York. The book also chronicles Mackenzie’s life from , when he was granted amnesty and returned to Canada.
William Lyon Mackenzie was a Canadian politician who was born near Dundee, Scotland, on the 12th of March In April he immigrated with his mother to Canada. In May he published at Queenston the famous newspaper called the Colonial Advocate which ran until the 4th of November In November Mackenzie moved to Toronto. May 20, · The final resting place of William Lyon Mackenzie King in midtown Toronto’s Mount Pleasant Cemetery is a splendid spot for eternal repose – unless the country’s longest-serving prime.
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The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. May 07, · Someone at the press no doubt thought it would make the book seem all the more exciting if the public learned that the only way they would ever see Mackenzie King’s diary was in .Mackenzie King, as he is usually called, was the son of John King and Isabel Grace Mackenzie, daughter of William Lyon Mackenzie, a leader of the Rebellion of aimed at establishing independent self-government in Upper Canada.William Lyon Mackenzie King, –, Canadian political leader, b.
Kitchener, Ont.; grandson of William Lyon Mackenzie. An expert on labor questions, he served in Wilfrid Laurier's Liberal administration as deputy minister of labor (–) and minister of labor (–11) and was editor (–) of the Labour Gazette.