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John Young

(1773—1837)


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(1773–1837), merchant, agriculturalist, politician.

Young moved from his native Scotland in 1814, seeking his fortune in the commercial boom at Halifax late in the Napoleonic Wars. Trapped there by the ...

Subjects: History of the Americas.


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