Then There Were Five

Then There Were Five

There are 1 comment on the Pipestone Flyer story from Jan 24, 2013, titled Then There Were Five. In it, Pipestone Flyer reports that:

On June 6th, 1891 Canada's first Prime Minister had died and that same day Russell T. Liggins and his mother stepped off a train at Leduc to join his father, George A. Liggins.

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#1 Jan 25, 2013

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