Frederick Arthur Ambrose Talbot

Frederick Arthur Ambrose Talbot [1880–1924]

b. 1880 — London, England
d. 1924 Quebec, Canada

Sources of biographical information about Talbot:

  • Schukov, Victor. “Meet Frederick Talbot, one of Pointe-Claire’s long forgotten celebrities.” Montreal Gazette, November 17 (2014) Montreal Gazette
Talbot is the namesake of the following places in the Mount Robson region:

Events in the Mount Robson region in which Talbot was involved:

  • 1910 Talbot at TJC
Works pertinent to the Mount Robson region of which Talbot was author or co-author:

  • —   The new garden of Canada. By pack-horse and canoe through undeveloped new British Columbia. London: Cassell, 1911
  • —   The making of a great Canadian railway. The story of the search for and discovery of the route, and the construction of the nearly completed Grand Trunk Pacific Railway from the Atlantic to the Pacific with some account of the hardships and stirring adventures of its constructors in unexplored country. London: Seely, 1912
  • —   Making Good in Canada. London: Adam and Charles Black, 1912

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