The Seigneurs of Old Canada by William Bennett Munro
A Chronicle of New World Feudalism

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William Bennett Munro (1875-1957) was a Canadian social scientist and eugenicist. He was educated at Queen's University, at the University of Edinburgh, at Harvard University, and at the University of Berlin. From 1901 to 1904 he taught history at Williams College, Massachusetts, and was professor of government at Harvard University until 1929, when he went to the California Institute of Technology as professor of history and government. In 1927 he was elected president of the American Political Science Association, and in 1929 president of the American Association of University Professors. His works include: The Seigniorial System in Canada (1907), Documents Related to the Seigniorial Tenure (1908), The Government of European Cities (1909), The Initiative, Referendum and Recall (1912), Bibliography of Municipal Government (1914), Principles and Methods of Municipal Administration (1916), The Government of the United States (1919) and Social Civics (1922).

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Published November 3, 2006 by Hard Press. 60 pages
Genres: History, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction