|Title:||A Manitoba Chore Boy|
|Publisher:||The Religious Tract Society|
|Tags:||autobiography, Canada, Canadiana, farming, fiction, Manitoba|
The book is a series of letters written by a fictional immigrant to his mother, describing his experiences on a farm in Manitoba, Canada. The book is believed to be semi-autobiographical in nature. [Suggest a different description.]
Author Bio for Gill, Edward Anthony Wharton
Edward Anthony Wharton Gill (1859-1944) was an English born Canadian author. He emigrated to Canada as a young man and after graduating from the University of Manitoba he was ordained as an Anglican priest. He served at the St. John's Cathedral in Winnipeg. He wrote two novels and a semi-autobiographical work, A Manitoba Chore Boy. (Manitoba Historical Society)
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