|Member of the Canadian Parliament
for City and County of St. John
|Preceded by||John Hamilton Gray|
|Succeeded by||Charles Arthur Everett|
November 28, 1825|
Sheffield, New Brunswick
|Died||March 1, 1885
New York City, New York
|Cabinet||Minister of Customs (1873-1878)
Minister of Agriculture (Acting) (1876-1877)
Born in Sheffield, New Brunswick, the son of Isaac Burpee and Phoebe Coban, he was elected as a Liberal to the Canadian House of Commons in 1872 representing the riding of City and County of St. John, New Brunswick. He was the Minister of Customs and Minister of Agriculture (Acting). He served until his death in 1885.
- "Isaac Burpee". Dictionary of Canadian Biography (online ed.). University of Toronto Press. 1979–2016.
- Isaac Burpee – Parliament of Canada biography
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