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John Duncan MacLean
[John Duncan MacLean]
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November 8, 1873 - March 28, 1948
Born in Culloden, P.E.I., John MacLean gave up farming to travel west in 1892. He became a school principal in Rossland and later a medical doctor. With little political experiance, he was elected to the Legislature in 1916. As Minister of Finance, he was asked to form a new government upon the death of John Oliver on August 17, 1927. One year later both he and his party were defeated in the August 20, 1928 election. He later served as chairman of the federal Farm Loan Board for whch he received a C.B.E. in 1946.
Initiated, Passed and Raised: 1896
Past Master: 1909
Pacific Lodge No. 16, Mission

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