L'élection provinciale québécoise de 1897 et l'opinion de la presse anglo-québécoise

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L'élection provinciale québécoise de 1897 et l'opinion de la presse anglo-québécoise
Abstract
Edmund James Flynn (1847-1927), the member of the Legislative Assembly for Gaspé, succeeded Louis-Olivier Taillon as the leader of the Conservative Party and became the tenth Premier of Quebec in 1896 when the latter went to Ottawa to become postmaster general. In the general election called for May 11, 1897, Flynn's Conservatives lost power to the Liberals under Félix-Gabriel Marchand. It was the last time the Conservative party held power in the province. In 1936, the party merged with the Action Libérale Nationale to form the Union Nationale.
Type
Master's Thesis
University
Université de Montréal
Place
Montréal
Date
1974
Language
fr
Citation
Lacroix, Yvon-André. “L’élection provinciale québécoise de 1897 et l’opinion de la presse anglo-québécoise.” Master’s Thesis, Université de Montréal, 1974.
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