Arthur Meighen

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Canadian Historical Association , Ottawa
Meighen, Arthur, -- 1874-
Statementby Roger Graham.
SeriesCanadian Historical Association booklets -- no. 16., Canadian Historical Association booklets -- no. 16.
The Physical Object
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Five years later he acquired a farm lot in the southwest part of the province, near St Marys, where he became the local schoolmaster. At his death in his year-old son, Joseph, left school to run. Arthur Meighen, (born June 16,near Anderson, Ontario, Canada—died August 5,Toronto), Canadian politician who was Conservative Party leader (–26; –42) and prime minister of Canada (–21; ).

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Five years later he acquired a farm lot in the southwest part of the province, near St Marys, where he became the local schoolmaster.

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As MP, ; leader of the Conservative Party; PM,; and senator,Arthur Meighen was a prominent, controversial public figure for nearly 30 years. Although this book is targeted at young adults and middle-grade readers, I believe that Canadians of all ages will enjoy this short, but informative book about our 9th Prime Minister.

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Two political titans duke it out In back-to-back federal elections during the mids. (–). Arthur Meighen served two short terms as prime minister of Canada. Between those terms he continued to serve in the House of Commons.

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Winter. Sep 03,  · Arthur Meighen was born in Anderson, Ontario on June 16, Running as a candidate for the Conservatives in Portage la Prairie, Meighen was elected to the House of Commons in InArthur Meighen became leader of the Conservatives and Prime Minister of Canada until Arthur Meighen, Canada's ninth prime minister, was the greatest debater in Canadian history.

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Arthur Meighen PC QC (/ ˈ m iː ə n /; 16 June – 5 August ) was a Canadian lawyer and politician who served as the ninth prime minister of Canada, in office from July to December and again from June to September Governor General: The Lord Byng of Vimy.Background.

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Meighen was born in Anderson, Ontario, Canada to Joseph Meighen and Mary Jane Bell. Meighen attended high school in St.

Marys, Ontario at North Ward Public School, now known as Arthur Meighen Public School. The grandson of the schoolmaster of the first school in St.

Marys, Meighen was an exemplary student.Isabel Meighen was the wife of Arthur Meighen, the ninth Prime Minister of Canada. She was born in Granby, Quebec. She married Arthur Meighen inand they had two sons and one daughter: Theodore Roosevelt Meighen, whose son Michael Meighen is a Theodore Meighen Person, Military Person, Deceased Person.