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Talbot, Albert C, 1856-1929
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- Albert C. Talbot, D.L.S.
- Albert C. Talbot, Dominion Land Surveyor
- A. C. Talbot, D.L.S.
- A. C. Talbot, Dominion Land Surveyor
- Albert C. Talbot, 1856-1929
- A. C. Talbot, 1856-1929
- A. Talbot, 1856-1929
- Talbot, A., 1856-1929
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Albert C. Talbot was born in Montmagny, Quebec in 1856, and received his education at the Montmagny College. In 1877 he was commissioned as a Dominion Land Surveyor, and in this capacity Talbot conducted several surveys in the lands west of Manitoba, of note was his role as the head of a survey crew on the boundary between British Columbia and Alaska. From 1902 until 1925 he was Examiner of Surveys for Alberta.
He was a charter member of the Alberta Land Surveyors’ Association (ALSA) and served as its president in 1915.
Taylor died on June 12, 1929 in Calgary, Alberta.
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Alberta Land Surveyors' Association. "A.C. Talbot." In Alberta's Land Surveying History. Retrieved from http://albertalandsurveyhistory.ca/index.php?title=A.C._Talbot&oldid=3332"