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Name: 
Erastus Wiman
Erastus Wiman (Canadian journalist)
Wiman, Erastus
Dates: 
1834-1904
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Association réformiste de Montréal
Crawford, John (époque 1884.)
Dougall, John Redpath (né 1841.)
Edgar, J.D. (1841-1899)
Edgar, James David (1841-1899)
Glen, Francis Wayland
Montreal Telegraph Company
Tupper, Charles (1821-1915)
Wilson, James Harrison (1837-1925)
YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Titles: 
Avantages à la province de Québec et sur tout à la ville de Montréal résultant de relations commerciales plus intimes avec les Etats-Unis
Can Canada be coerced?
Canada and Great Britain report of Erastus Wiman on the Congress of the Chambers of Commerce of the British Empire, held in London, June, 1892.
Canadian Club, its purpose and policy as set forth in the speech of Erastus Wiman, president, Dominion Day dinner, July 1, 1885., The
capture of Canada, The
Chances of success: episodes and observations in the life of a busy man.
Closest trade relations between the United States and Canada : points made in a maritime province tour
Commercial union between the United States and Canada : some letters, papers, and speeches.
conflict in Canada, The
Conjuration Wiman-Laurier contre le Canada le Canada pour les Etats-Unis, complot démasqué.
Continental union versus reciprocity Erastus Wiman answered by an ex-member of the Canadian parliament
Does annexation follow? commercial union and British connection : an open letter from Erastus Wiman to Mr. J. Redpath Dougall, editor of the Montreal Witness.
Facts and figures for farmers, and all those who live upon them
Farmer's future an open letter from Erastus Wiman of New York to Valancey E. Fuller, Esq., Farmers' Institute Convention, Court House, Toronto, Ontario., The
greater half of the continent, 1889:, The
Impossibility of Canadian annexation
Mutual Union Telegraph Company and its charges against Erastus Wiman, The
perfect development of Canada, is it inconsistent with British welfare? speech of Erastus Wiman, at St. Thomas, Ontario, December 3, 1887., The
Remarks of Gen. James H. Wilson, in joint debate with Erastus Wiman, Esq. before the Board of Trade and the citizens of Wilmington, Delaware, on our relations with the Dominion of Canada, December 13, 1889.
struggle in Canada, The
union of telegraph interests in Canada a letter to the shareholders of the Montreal Telegraph Company, The
What is the destiny of Canada?
Wiman-Edgar letters a series of open letters between Mr. J.D. Edgar, M.P., Toronto and Mr. Erastus Wiman, New York, The : unrestricted reciprocity as distinguished from commercial union.
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