Thomas Howard (Manitoba politician)
He was born in Kingston, Ontario, the son of Dr. Henry Howard, and was educated in Montreal. Howard came to Manitoba as captain and paymaster with Wolseley's Red River Expeditionary Force in 1869. He served in the Manitoba cabinet as Minister of Agriculture, Minister of Public Works, Provincial Secretary and Provincial Treasurer. Howard was also secretary for the Board of Health for Manitoba and the North-West Territories, a founding member of the Winnipeg Board of Trade in 1873 and a director for the Manitoba and Northwestern Railway.
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