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Item RC0647 - List of Canadian Plants

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List of Canadian Plants

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RC0647

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  • [18--] (Creation)
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    Logie, Alexander

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26 p.

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Logie, Alexander (1823-1873)

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Alexander Logie was born in Rosefield, Nairnshire, Scotland in 1823. It is not known when he moved to Canada. In 1843, he was admitted as a student at law by the Law Society of Upper Canada and was called to the Bar in 1848. He practiced in Hamilton, Ontario, and later served as a judge with the Wentworth County Court (1854-1873). Logie was active with
the St. Paul's Presbyterian Church in Hamilton, acting as a teacher, elder and trustee. He served on Hamilton City Council from 1857 to 1860. Logie died in Hamilton on 10 December
1873.

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Property of "A. Child of Hess Street South in Hamilton, Ontario". There is also a separately typed note that states that the manuscript was found in a bookcase on 2 June 1949.

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Item consists of a list of plants collected by Judge Logie.

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Date of acquisition is not known. A separately typed note states that the manuscript was found in a bookcase on 2 June 1949.

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The material is available in Box G032.

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ARCHIVES162

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