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Pioneer in Purple: The Life and Work of Archbishop Neil McNeil by George Boyle, and: Andrew Stewart of the Prairie Homesteads by T. G. McKitrick (review)

@article{Phelan2017PioneerIP,
  title={Pioneer in Purple: The Life and Work of Archbishop Neil McNeil by George Boyle, and: Andrew Stewart of the Prairie Homesteads by T. G. McKitrick (review)},
  author={J. Phelan},
  journal={The Canadian Historical Review},
  year={2017},
  volume={33},
  pages={79 - 79}
}
  • J. Phelan
  • Published 2017
  • The Canadian Historical Review
ARCtttlISHOP NElL MCNEIL was a taciturn man whose conversation was long in ruminative pauses and short in small talk. His record of hard, constructive 'work in Catholic dioceses in the east and west of Canada nd lastly in Toronto is one of almost incredible nergy and industry. Such a career usually inspires a massive ulogy. This Mr. Boyle has avoided. He has let the record speak, using extracts from the Archbishop's writings and supplying iust the right amount of background for the spacious… Expand
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