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by Angus Matheson MacKinnon

Author: Angus Matheson MacKinnon
Language: English
Publisher: The Catalone Press; 1St Edition edition (1997)
Pages: 470 pages
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Highland Minister book. Angus MacKinnon, Aultbea : a biography by his son. ISBN. 096983375X (ISBN13: 9780969833758).

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the life and poems of Rev. Angus MacKinnon, Aultbea : a biography. Published 1997 by Catalone Press in Sydney, . Biography, Church of Scotland, Clergy. Angus MacKinnon (1885-1957).

James Angus MacKinnon. Member of the Canadian Parliament for Edmonton West. Minister Without Portfolio Minister of Trade and Commerce Minister of National Revenue (Acting) Minister of Fisheries Minister of Mines and Resources

James Angus MacKinnon. Preceded by. Charles Stewart. Succeeded by. George Prudham. Senator for Edmonton, Alberta. Minister Without Portfolio Minister of Trade and Commerce Minister of National Revenue (Acting) Minister of Fisheries Minister of Mines and Resources. James Angus MacKinnon, PC (October 4, 1881 – April 18, 1958) was a Canadian politician. Born in Port Elgin, Ontario, he was first elected to the Canadian House of Commons representing the riding of Edmonton West in the 1935 federal election. A Liberal, he was re-elected in 1940 and 1945.

For the 1870s footballer, see Angus MacKinnon. Personal information. He then moved even further south, joining London side Woolwich Arsenal in May 1908. Initially a reserve player, McKinnon made his debut on 12 December 1908 in a 4-1 defeat at the hands of Bradford City, and only made one more appearance in the 1908-09 season.

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James Angus MacKinnon, PC (October 4, 1881 – April 18, 1958) was a Canadian politician. Born in Port Elgin, Ontario, he was first elected to the House of Commons of Canada representing the riding of Edmonton West in the 1935 federal election. A Liberal, he was re-elected in 1940 and 1945

Mackinnon, Lauchlan, one of the most enterprising of the pioneer colonists of Victoria and one of the proprietors of the Melbourne Argus from 1852, until his decease on March 21st, 1888, was born at Kilbride, Isle of Skye, Scotland, on Feb. 26th, 18. .

Mackinnon, Lauchlan, one of the most enterprising of the pioneer colonists of Victoria and one of the proprietors of the Melbourne Argus from 1852, until his decease on March 21st, 1888, was born at Kilbride, Isle of Skye, Scotland, on Feb. 26th, 1817.

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