Regional North America Canada Society and Culture History Government Prime Ministers Macdonald, Sir John A.
First Among Equals: Sir John A. MacDonald
Facts, biography, speeches and other information from the National Library of Canada.
The Globe and Mail: Inaugeration of the New Dominion
Excerpts from articles that appeared in The Daily Globe in 1867.
The Globe and Mail: Sir John Is Dead
Obituary for John A. Macdonald that appeared in the Globe and Mail.
Grave Sites of Canadian Prime Ministers - J.A. Macdonald
Final resting place of Sir John A. Macdonald (b. January 11, 1815. d. June 6, 1891) at Cataraqui Cemetery in Kingston, Ontario. Includes photograph of the grave and information on Macdonald.
Letter from John A. Macdonald
An 1880 hand-written letter by Macdonald to John Beverley Robinson. Held by the Trent University Archives.
Ottawa Statue of Sir John A. Macdonald
Louis-Philippe Hébert's statue of Macdonald in Ottawa is described, with photo.
Parks Canada: Bellevue House
A former home of John A. Macdonald, who rented the house in 1848 because of his wife's illness.
Sir John A. Macdonald
Photos of Macdonald, his wife and child as well as description of his career,
Sir John A. Macdonald - The Man Who Helped Make Canada
Essay by Pamela Atwell on the life and career of Canada's founding Prime Minister.
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