|Title:||The Story of the Union Jack|
|Tags:||Canada, history, non-fiction|
The Story of the Union Jack: How it Grew and what it Is, Particularly in Its Connection with the History of Canada. Fully Illustrated. [Suggest a different description.]
Author Bio for Cumberland, Barlow
Barlow Cumberland (1846-1913) was a Canadian businessman and historian. He worked in the Great Lakes shipping industry. He was Vice-president of the Niagara Navigation Company from 1878 to 1912. He was the author of "A Century of Sail and Steam on the Niagara River" as well as several other books on historical themes. In 1909 he served as president of the Ontario Historical Society. (Maritime History of the Great Lakes)
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