The Dominions in the British Commonwealth of Nations

  • M. Epstein
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)


The Dominions in the British Commonwealth of Nations are given here in the following order : 1, Canada; 2, Australia; 3, New Zealand ; 4, South Africa, and 5, Eire (Ireland).


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Books of Reference

Canada: Statistical and other Books of Reference concerning Canada: 1. Official Publications.

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2. Non-Official Publications.

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Canadian Provinces: Alberta.: Books of Reference.

  1. Official Publications of the Departments of Agriculture, Education Provincial Secretary, Public Works, Municipal Affairs, Railways and Telephones, Estimates, Public Accounts, Public Health, Police, Public Utility Commissioners, Workmen’s Compensation Board, Superintendent Neglected Children, Insurance, Scientific and Industrial Research Council. (All of these may be obtained free upon application.)Google Scholar
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British Columbia.: Books of Reference.

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Manitoba: Books of Reference.

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New Brunswick.: Books of Reference.

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Nova Scotia: Books of Eeference

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Ontario: Books of Reference

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Prince Edward Island.: Books of Reference

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Quebec: Books of Reference

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Saskatchewan: Books of Reference

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Yukon: Books of Reference

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The Northwest Territories: Books of Reference

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The Commonwealth of Australia: Books of Reference concerning the Commonwealth of Australia: 1. Official Publications

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Local Government: Books of Reference

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Victoria: Books of Reference

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Queensland: Books of Reference

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South Australia: Books of Reference

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Western Australia: Books of Reference

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Tasmania: Books of Reference

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Territories of the Australian Commonwealth Territory of Papua (British New Guinea).: Books of Reference.

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