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Kingsford, William, 1819-1898 Library and Archives Canada Library of Congress/NACO German National Library

Kingsford, William National Library of the Netherlands ISNI

William Kingsford Wikidata

VIAF ID: 69291395 (Personal)


ISNI: 0000  0000  8149  4903 

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The Canadian canals : their history and cost, with an inquiry into the policy necessary to advance the well-being of the province. Library of Congress/NACO
The Canadian Pacific Railway an appeal to public opinion against the railway being carried across the Selkirk Range, that route being objectionable from the danger of falls from glaciers and from avalanches, also, generally on other matters
The Canadian Pacific Railway (Philo. Veritas)
A Canadian political coin a monograph
[Correspondence relating to a dispute between C.J. Brydges, managing director of the Grand Trunk Railway and William Kingsford]
Culbute Rapids to Lake Coulonge, River Ottawa
The Early bibliography of the province of Ontario, Dominion of Canada, with other information : a supplemental chapter of Canadian archaeology Library of Congress/NACO Library and Archives Canada
The early Years of Three Rivers
The history of Canada. Library of Congress/NACO German National Library National Library of the Netherlands
Impressions of the West and South during a six weeks' holiday. Library of Congress/NACO
Map of a south-west portion of the Province of Québec..
Map of the entrance of Monk Channel, River St. Lawrence, South Shore
Map shewing the railway systems in the Eastern Provinces of Canada
Mr. Kingsford and Sir H. Langevin C.B. the case considered with the official correspondence, a memoir for the historian of the future.
Report of an examination of the country from Hull to Pembroke and the Deep River made by William Kingsford, Esq., engineer for the St. Lawrence and Ottawa Railway Company's extension to Pembroke, authorized by 35 Vic., Cap. 67-14th June, 1872.
Sir Daniel Wilson (died 6th August 1892), in memoriam
Some considerations on the advantages we may hope to derive from education
The Welland Canal

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