Tweedsmuir


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Tweedsmuir

Baron. title of (John) Buchan
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He became Governor General of Canada in 1935 and was created Baron Tweedsmuir.
The reservoir collects water from the Tweedsmuir Hills, which is then conveyed 28 miles via pipelines to Edinburgh.
On the other hand, the Scottish novelist John Buchan, who as Lord Tweedsmuir served as Canada's governor general in the 1930s, provides evidence that with some Scots or Irish, contact with Indigenous peoples led to improvement of the newcomer.
Which English cricketer's autobiography, Baron Tweedsmuir better known?
Catherine Stevenson reported on the Adelaide Hunter Hoodless Museum, Helen Doctor reported on Tweedsmuir history, Lena Byl gave the agriculture report, Pauline Rockefellar reported on the provincial board, and Marion Egertar reported on the Eat to Give Program.
1940: John Buchan, Scottish novelist who became Lord Tweedsmuir, died.
Author, 1st Baron Tweedsmuir and Governor General of Canada whose works include The 39 Steps.
The Canada Council provided Thirsk with a copy of the Governor General's Award-winning title in recognition of Thirsk's family ties to Lord Tweedsmuir, the writer and Governor General who established the literary prize.
Patrons at the 400-year-old Crook Inn, in the tiny village of Tweedsmuir, Peebles, opposed a planning application and the owner has put it up for sale The only pub for 20 miles is the oldest licensed coaching inn in Scotland.
2000, Little Ice Age history of Tzeetsaytsul Glacier, Tweedsmuir Provincial Park, British Columbia: Geographie physique et Quaternaire, v.