White, James, 1861-1941

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White, James, 1861-1941

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James White (1861- 1941) constructed a number of public buildings and residences in Carberry, Manitoba. He was born in Owen Sound, Ontario and came to Carberry in 1902 where he opened the Carberry Planning Mill which is now the site of the Carberry Plains Museum. White built a new shop in 1905, after which he sold it and opened a machine shop and foundry. His business built the Presbyterian, Anglican, United churches, and Carberry's gingerbread house. Further biographical information is unknown.


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