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Alberta Brooks Fogdall, Royal Family of the Columbia Dr. Fairfield, WA: Ye Galleon Press, 1978. Eloise McLoughlin and Daniel Harvey, Life of John McLoughlin Governor of the Hudson's Bay Company Possessions on the Pacific Slope, at Fort Vancouver. Eva Emery Dye, McLoughlin and Old Oregon A Chronicle. Marquis, Dr. John McLoughlin (The Great White Eagle).
Fogdall, Alberta Brooks, Royal family of the Columbia: Dr. John McLoughlin and his family, Fairfield, Wash. Ye Galleon Press, 1978. Morrison, Dorothy Nafus, The eagle & the fort: the story of John McLoughlin, New York: Atheneum, 1979. Encyclopedia of World Biography.
The home of the Royal Family. The Duchess of Rothesay presents an honorary degree to The Princess Royal at the University of Aberdeen. Published 14 January 2020. The Queen's message of condolence to all Australians. State Visit by the Emperor and Empress of Japan. The Countess of Wessex and Lady Louise meet England Hockey. Published 8 January 2020.
Synge of the Royal Engineers, who advocated a transcontinental railway in 1852. named in 1914 after the family name of the wife of . Campbell, an assistant to . Wheeler of the Interprovincial Boundary Survey. 51°48′16″N 116°40′11″W, 5. 0444°N 11. 6972°W, 5. 0444; -116. 66972 (Aiguille Peak). named in association with Boom Lake on its Alberta side, which was named for driftwood that resembled a boom of logs. 51°12′28″N 116°00′15″W, 5. 0778°N 11. 0417°W, 5. 0778; -116. 00417 (Storm Mountain).