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|Jeanne Sauvé Jeanne Sauvé, Canada's first woman
Governor-General, first entered parliament as a Liberal in 1972, became the first woman Speaker
of Parliament, 1980-1983, and in 1984 was named Governor-General.
|Prime Ministers Canadian Prime Ministers Brian Mulroney and
Pierre Trudeau, with Mila Mulroney and Governor-General Jeanne Sauvé, at the National Arts
Centre in Ottawa, Ontario.
|Scott, Sir Richard William|
|Richard W. Scott Sir Richard William Scott (1825-1913),
Secretary of State (1874-1878, 1896-1908.
|John Colbourne Sir John Colbourne (Lord Seaton)
|Laura Secord Laura Secord (1775-1868), Queenston, Upper
Canada. In 1813 she heard Americans billeted in her home planning an attack on British forces.
She walked 19 miles to successfully warn the British commander.
|Earl of Selkirk The Earl of Selkirk, philanthropist and western
colonizer, he bought control of the Hudson's Bay Company in 1810, and obtained a large grant in
the Red River Valley.
|Robert Semple Robert Semple, Governor of the Red River
Colony, was killed at Seven Oaks in 1816.
|Beothuk Drawings Beothuk drawings by Shanawdithit,
representing a variety of items such as cups, spears, etc., c. 1829.
|Sharp, Mitchell W.|
|Mitchell Sharp Mitchell W. Sharp, Minister of Finance and
Receiver General, 1966.
|Sheafe, Roger Hale|
|Sir Roger Hale Sheaffe Sir Roger Hale Sheaffe, British general
who succeeded General Brock in 1812 in Upper Canada.
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