Lass's book will be the standard work on the Lake Superior to Red River boundary, but it reaches beyond those limits defined in the title. In order to make any sense out of the border, Lass has gone a long way towards writing a good general survey of Canadian-American boundary issues. The book is based on an extensive use of published and manuscript materials, and it is well illustrated with photographs and maps, including reproductions of important historic maps.q--www.mhs.ca/docs/mb_history/04/boundarycommission.shtml.Arthur C. Ward, who was recommended by Cameron, was appointed secretary. ... This detachment, which was the envy of the Americans throughout the survey, not only provided the British commission with a ... Granville provided the commissioner with a copy of Hawkinsa#39; memorandum along with instructions that his mission was simply to survey ... he could assume the post of junior astronomer.12 On July 21, 1872, Campbell and Farquhar met in Washington with Cameron and Ward.
|Title||:||Minnesota's Boundary with Canada|
|Author||:||William E. Lass|
|Publisher||:||Minnesota Historical Society - 1980-01|