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Anderson, Clifford

  • Person
  • [ca. 1900]-[Unknown]

Clifford Anderson was born in Alberta around 1900. He spent his summers in The Pas. He eventually moved to The Pas with his wife and daughter. They had three children.

Anderson, David

  • Person

David Anderson was born February 10,1814 in London England.He was the eldest son of Archibald Anderson, an assistant surgeon with the Bengal army, who was killed during a war with the Pindarries when David was four years old. He was educated at Exeter College, Oxford, graduating in 1836. David Anderson was ordained Deacon on April 23, 1837 and Priest on July 8 of that same year. He was consecrated in 1849 as first Bishop of Rupert's Land. Upon arrival in Rupert's Land, he took charge of the Red River Academy, founded by John Macallum, and later renamed it St. John's Collegiate School. Bishop Anderson also began St. John's College as a theological school, giving it the motto: "In Thy light shall we see light." He resigned in 1865 and returned to England, where he accepted the living of St. Andrew's, Clifton as well as the position of Chancellor of St. Paul's Cathedral in London until he retired in 1881. David Anderson died November 5, 1885.

Anderson, Francis

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  • Person
  • 1918-2006

Francis Anderson obtained a Diploma in Agriculture from the University of Manitoba in 1939. In 1947, he obtained a Veterans Loan and started farming. Because he was concerned with chemicalization in agriculture, he phased out the use of chemicals in 1967/1968. He lived in Lowe Farm, Manitoba with his wife Rebecca and his children.

Anderson, Harry

  • Person
  • 1908-2002

Harry Anderson was born April 15, 1908 in Syllam Island, Denmark. In 1927, at the age of 19, Harry immigrated to Canada with his brother, Pete. After working on a dairy farm in Melfort, Saskatchewan for two years, he moved to The Pas and started the Black and White Dairy. Harry sold milk door to door. He and his wife Katherine raised four sons on the farm. In 1960, Harry sold the dairy and retired on the Carrot River Road. He began raising beef cattle and also was a cattle buyer for Porky Packers. He was actively involved in the Agricultural Society and received numerous awards for his contribution. Harry passed away December 16, 2002 at St. Paul’s Personal Care Home, The Pas at the age of 94.

Anderson, Hjordis

  • Person

Hjordis Anderson was the president of the Crafts Guild of Manitoba from 1981-1983.

Anderson, James

  • anderson_j
  • Person
  • 19??-1994

Jim Anderson was the first Archivist-Administrator of the Stratford-Perth Archives. In 1972 he was hired to process the first collections that would eventually form the Stratford-Perth Archives, the second oldest county archives in Ontario. Anderson remained Archivist-Administrator of this institution until he retired in 1991. Jim Anderson died in 1994.

Anderson, Jim

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  • Person
  • 19??-

Jim Anderson is the proprietor of Jim Anderson Books in Winnipeg. Jim Anderson Books specializies in serving Canadian libraries, archives and museums - as well as institutions and individuals internationally. It offers out of print, scarce and rare books, ephemera, and private collections of papers and photographs. Anderson has been in the antiquarian book trade in Western Canada since the 1990s. He is also active in appraising collections for archives, other institutions and individuals.

Anderson, Judith Esther

  • Person

Education: BSc(Zoology)(UBC)1973; BSc(Man)1981; PhD(Human Anat)(Man)1985

Positions: Professor, Anatomy, 1988- Assoc Dean (Acad) 2003-2006

Anderson, Katrina

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  • Person
  • 19??-

Katrina Anderson is author of the book Blessed: Portrait of Asdis Sigrun Anderson (2005). She is the granddaughter of Asdis Sigrun Anderson.

Anderson, William Abraham

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  • Person
  • 1890-1947

William Abraham Anderson taught in the Physics Department at the University of Manitoba from 1940 until his death in 1947.

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