Ottawa : [Govt. Print. Bureau], 1882 (Chatham, Ont. : S. Stephenson); 515 pages
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Canada. Royal Commission to Inquire into Matters Connected with the Canadian Pacific Railway.
Report of the Canadian Pacific Railway Royal Commission .
|Published||Ottawa : [Govt. Print. Bureau], 1882 (Chatham, Ont. : S. Stephenson)|
Canadian Pacific Railway Company.
Railroads -- Canada.
Chemins de fer -- Canada.
|Document source||Scanned from the original publication held by Library and Archives Canada.|
Title from title screen.
Commissioners: George M. Clark, Samuel Keefer, Edward Miall.
The commission was appointed "to make enquiry into and concerning all facts connected with, and the conduct and prosecution of, the Canadian Pacific Railway from its inception ..."--p. 29. The report has information on surveys, location of the route, and on contracts. The introduction of 25 pages by N. Flood Davin gives a valuable review of events connected with overland communication to the Pacific.
Also available in French. See CIHM no. 9_04399.
Peel, no. 610
Lowther, no. 611
Volume 3 of a 3 volume set. For individual volumes in the set see CIHM nos. 9_08086 - 9_08088.
510 p. ; 25 cm.
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