Allan Napier MacNab

Allan MacNab

Sir Allan Napier MacNab (né à Niagara-on-the-Lake (alors appelé Newark) au Haut-Canada le 19 février 1798 et mort à Hamilton le 8 août 1862) était un homme d'affaires et par la suite un homme politique canadien. Il fut premier ministre du Canada-Uni (1854-1856), puis conseiller législatif de 1860 à sa mort. Il était aussi franc-maçon. [1]

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