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Alexander Mackenzie most commonly refers to: Alexander Mackenzie (politician) (1822–1892), the second Prime Minister of Canada. Sir Alexander Mackenzie ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Mackenzie_(politician)

Alexander Mackenzie, PC (January 28, 1822 – April 17, 1892), was a Scottish- born Canadian building contractor, newspaper editor and politician. He served as ...

www.britannica.com/biography/Alexander-Mackenzie-prime-minister-of-Canada

Dec 5, 2016 ... Scottish-born politician, the first Liberal prime minister of Canada (1873–78). Mackenzie emigrated in 1842 from Scotland to Canada West (now ...

www.worldpresidentsdb.com/Alexander-Mackenzie

Canada Prime Minister Alexander Mackenzie. Browse WorldPresidentsDB.com for hundreds of other Presidents, Prime Ministers and Dictators.

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Jan 6, 2016 ... Alexander Mackenzie was a self-educated stonemason who rose from humble beginnings in Scotland to become Canada's second Prime ...

www.thoughtco.com/prime-minister-william-lyon-mackenzie-king-508528

Feb 5, 2017 ... Mackenzie King was the longest-serving Prime Minister of Canada and introduced many of Canada's social welfare policies. He had a quirky ...

canadahistory.com/sections/Politics/pm/alexandermackenzie.htm

Born in Highland croft at the Pass Scotland in 1822, Mackenzie became a qualified stonemason and by the age of 20 had left his first home of the Church of  ...

www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/education/empire/g2/cs1

(Alexander Mackenzie, Prime Minister of Canada, 1873-78) 'Without the empire we would be victims of world politics, pushed and bullied. Being part of the ...

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Canada's second prime minister, Alexander Mackenzie, was a nation builder of a literal sort. When he became Canada's first Liberal prime minister in 1873, ...

www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/honours

Feb 7, 2006 ... Alexander MACKENZIE, prime minister 1873-78, would accept no title himself but became incensed upon learning that London planned to ...