W. Kaye Lamb, “MACKENZIE, Sir ALEXANDER,” in Dictionary of Canadian Biography , vol. 5, University of Toronto/Université Laval, 2003–, accessed October 18, 2017, http:///en/bio/mackenzie_alexander_ .
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MACKENZIE, Sir ALEXANDER
Dictionary of Canadian Biography , vol. 5
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October 18, 2017
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