Alexander H. Sibley
Alexander Hamilton Sibley (October 17, 1817-July 10, 1878) was the president of the Silver Islet Mining Company which operated a silver mine on the Sibley Peninsula in northwestern Ontario, which was purchased from the Montreal Mining Company after they had decided the mine was an "engineering nightmare" and sold it to Silver Islet Mining for $225,000.
- 'Major Sibley's Sudden Death, Stricken with Celebral Apoplexy at His Hotel-Sketch of the Deceased,' New York Times, July 11, 1878
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