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Book #3, The Road To Being Canada" (1815-1867)
Chapter 25, Railroads

FN1 Ch25 Edith Morley, The Life and Times of Henry Crabb Robinson (London: Dent, 1935), p. 122-3. Incidentally, The Liverpool and Manchester Railway was opened in 1830. (George Macaulay Trevelyan, Shortened History of England (Penguin, 1960), p. 581.) Incidently, William Huskisson (1770-1830) was a British Member of Parliament. He was the world's first reported railway casualty as he was run over by Stephenson's locomotive engine, Rocket.

FN2 Ch25 George Macaulay Trevelyan, English Social History (Toronto: Longmans & Green, 1946), p. 532.

FN3 Ch25 Annie Wallace, "The History of the Nova Scotia Railway," NSHR, #6:2, p. 68.

FN4 Ch25 Wallace, p. 69.

FN5 Ch25 Wm. Lawson Grant, The Tribune of Nova Scotia (Toronto: Glasgow, Brook; 1921), p. 118.

FN6 Ch25 Wallace, "The History of the Nova Scotia Railway," NSHR, #6:2, pp. 69-70.

FN7 Ch25 Wallace, p. 70.

FN8 Ch25 DCB, Tupper.


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