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Introduction
The Attawandaron
A Man Owns Land
War of 1812
The Land Owns Him
Rebellion of 1837
Bushel for Bushel
The Iron Horse
The Old Alma Mater
A Few Jumbo Mistakes
London's Resort Town
Cofferdam Disaster
Marquette & Bessemer
The Olga
Mitchell F. Hepburn
How Sweet It Was
Another Way
Foresight
Edisons of Vienna
John Kenneth Galbraith
Immigration Disaster
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In the 1870's St. Thomas found itself tripling in population due to the railway. This unprecedented growth sparked a flurry of activity including the construction of a progressive education facility for young women of the world.

Alma College brought people to St. Thomas from all around the world. The magnificent structure still stands as a testament to that past, and a dedicated group of Alumnae are fighting to preserve the building for future generations.

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