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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The eccentric Thomas Talbot was known for his love of alcohol, for his dislike of "Cold Water Drinking Societies," and for organizing gangs of men to intimidate people with "reform inclinations."

He often quarreled with the provincial government of Upper Canada, but if the results were not to his liking, he would use his influence with the British Crown archive his goals. In this way he was able to amass thousands of acres of land for himself and his servants.

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Descendant of Thomas Talbot's Fiery Foe, Henry Coyne
Added by John Ireland - Friday July 27, 2007 11:24:10 AM
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