Fonds MG H 43 - Sir George Eulas Foster

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Sir George Eulas Foster

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CA UNB MG H 43

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  • 1896-1927 (Creation)
    Creator
    Foster, George Eulas, Sir

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12.7 cm of textual records

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(1847-1931)

Biographical history

George Eulas Foster was born in Carleton County, New Brunswick, on 3 September 1847. Educated at the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton, where he later taught classics, he was elected to the House of Commons as a member for Kings County in 1882. In 1885 he was appointed minister of marine and fisheries in John A. Macdonald's government . In subsequent administrations, he held the posts of finance and trade and commerce. In 1919 he was a Canadian delegate at the peace conference, and two years later he was appointed to the Senate. Sir George Eulas Foster died at Ottawa on 30 December 1931.

Source: The Canadian Encyclopedia, 1988

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Scope and content

This fonds documents the personal and political activities of Sir George Eulas Foster. It includes travel diaries, weekly diaries, notebooks of political speeches, thought books (temperance, crime, religion, Canadian history), a few pieces of correspondence, lecture notes (League of Nations), speeches, manuscripts on historical subjects, and published articles on historical and political themes.

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Acquired in 1932.

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  • English

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Information copied from Archives Canada Database, CAIN No. 158671, 16 October 2012.

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