Alan Rockwell Abraham
|27th Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia|
February 1, 1984 – February 20, 1989
|Governor General||Edward Schreyer
|Preceded by||John Elvin Shaffner|
|Succeeded by||Lloyd Crouse|
February 1, 1931 |
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Abraham, an engineering graduate from Saint Mary's University was involved in federal politics and helped with the organization of Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau's tours of the Maritimes. In 1983, Governor General Edward Schreyer, on the advice of Prime Minister Trudeau, appointed Abraham Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia, the youngest in the province's history.
- "Hon. Alan Rockwell Abraham - Doctor of Civil Law". Saint Mary's University. Retrieved 3 June 2016.
- "Order of Canada Citation". Retrieved 21 September 2010.
- "History of Lieutenant Governors of the Province of Nova Scotia". Lieutenant Governor of Nova Scotia. Retrieved 3 June 2016.
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