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Book Number 1820 
Author  
Title Canada 
Date 1900 
Publisher Hon. Clifford Sifton 
Place of Publication Ottawa 
Edition  
Volume Information  
Cover , contemproary green cloth boards, title on upper cover within a blind stamped boarder. All edges in gilt, paste down and free end papers with bird and floral design 
Illustration Numerous in text and full page photogravure, each page has elaborate plant design as a background, title page contains a beautiful colour and gilt Canadian coat of arms and the title is also in gilt. 
Size 4to 
Condition Excellent condition 
Provenance  
Pagination P. printer’s imprint, title, blank, 3-90. 
Reference  
Translation Info  
Notes Sifton was first elected to the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba in 1888 and was named attorney general of Manitoba in 1891, a position he held until 1896. Elected to the House of Commons in 1896, he was made minister of the interior and later superintendant of Indian affairs by Prime Minister Laurier. It was under Sifton's guidance that Canada adopted an aggressive immigration policy aimed at populating the West. In order to attract as many settlers as possible, Sifton established colonial offices throughout Britain, as well as in many European countries and in the United States. After his retirement from politics in 1911, Sifton looked after the Manitoba Free Press, an influential newspaper among Canadian Liberals in the West. He bought this paper in 1891, and owned it until 1921. 
Price (US$) 75  
Short Description Book Canada General 
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