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The Dutch-born Samuel Johannes Holland (1728-1801) was a British military officer, engineer and surveyor, who participated in the Conquest of New France and settled in Quebec, working as a surveyor, politician and land owner. Among the many areas he surveyed for the colonial government was the Townships of Lower Canada and Upper Canada.
Les Cahiers des Dix
Audet, Francis-J. “Samuel Holland.” Les Cahiers des Dix No. 23 (1958): 188–194. http://contentdm.ucalgary.ca/digital/collection/p22007coll8/id/423694/rec/898.
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