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Alexander John McKenzie (1851–1922) was a politician in early North Dakota. He preferred not to serve in public office, but was highly influential in North Dakota and in neighboring Montana and Minnesota. He was the Republican national committeeman from North Dakota, directed a highly successful political machine, ...

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Sir Alexander Mackenzie was a Scottish explorer. He is known for his overland crossing of what is now Canada to reach the Pacific Ocean in 1793. This was the first east to west crossing of North America north of Mexico and preceded the Lewis and Clark Expedition by 12 years. The Mackenzie River, the longest river ...

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Alexander McKenzie may refer to: Alexander McKenzie (Medal of Honor) (1837– ?), United States Navy Boatswain's Mate and Medal of Honor recipient; Alexander McKenzie (politician) (1851–1922), Canadian-born political boss in early North Dakota; Alexander McKenzie (chemist) (1869–1951), Scottish chemist ...

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Section 2: Alexander McKenzie. Alexander McKenzie was just 11 years old when he left his parents' home in Ontario, Canada. Or, he might have been 16 years old. He was born on April 3, 1850, or perhaps on April 14, 1851. He might have come to Dakota Territory in 1868 with a freight team. Or, maybe he didn't.

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Alexander Mackenzie most commonly refers to: Alexander Mackenzie (politician) (1822–1892), second Prime Minister of Canada; Sir Alexander Mackenzie ( explorer) (1764–1820), explorer and commercial partner of the North West Company; Sir Alexander Mackenzie (composer) (1847–1935), Scottish violinist, conductor, ...

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McKENZIE, ALEXANDER, fur trader and militia officer; b. c. 1767, likely in Stornoway, Scotland; m., probably according to the custom of the country, Isabella Latour, and they had one son and one daughter; d. 23 July 1830 in Montreal. Alexander McKenzie was the nephew of fur trader and explorer Alexander Mackenzie*, ...

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Alexander Mckenzie & The Underpaid - Official website.

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