Allan McLean (outlaw)
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Thompson's River Post, New Caledonia (Canada)
|Died||January 31, 1881
New Westminster, B.C.
|Cause of death||Hanging|
|Parent(s)||Donald McLean & Sophia Grant|
The cabin near Ashcroft, B.C. where the McLeans were captured
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- Rothenburger, Mel (1973). We've Killed Johnny Ussher!. Mitchell Press.
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