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Surrey-Whalley

Surrey-Whalley is a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia, Canada. The riding's name was resurrected from a former riding in the same area, with similar but not identical boundaries; the newly created riding of Surrey-Whalley kept the majority of the original Surrey-Whalley riding and added a portion of Surrey-Green Timbers. On account of the realignment of electoral boundaries, most incumbents did not represent the entirety of their listed district during the preceding legislative term, its MLA is Bruce Ralston. He was first elected in 2005, was re-elected in the 2009 election, he represents the British Columbia New Democratic Party. BC Stats - 2001 Results of 2001 election 2001 Expenditures Results of 1996 election 1996 Expenditures Results of 1991 election 1991 Expenditures Website of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia

Charles Morrow Wilson

Charles Morrow Wilson was an author and expatriate from America who worked at agricultural product firms. He wrote about Liberia, biographies for children, about trade, he was the husband of Iris Woolcock. Wilson wrote about the state, he graduated from the University of Arkansas in 1926. He lived for several years in Vermont. In the 1960s, he transitioned to writing juvenile non-fiction including biographies of Rudolf Diesel and Samuel de Champlain while working as special consultant for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Aroostook: Our Last Frontier: Maine's Picturesque Inland Empire published in Brattleboro, Vermont by Stephen Daye Press Middle America New Crops for the New World School of Pan American Agriculture Liberia: Black Africa Microcosm apparently published as Liberia 1847 - 1947 The Tropics.