|Sir Jean-Georges Garneau|
|25th Mayor of Quebec City|
1 March 1906 – 1 March 1910
|Preceded by||Georges Tanguay|
|Succeeded by||Olivier-Napoléon Drouin|
|Born||19 November 1864|
|Died||5 February 1944
Quebec City, Quebec
|Profession||railroad engineer, professor|
Sir Georges Garneau was a railroad engineer involved in the construction of track between Lac Saint-Jean and Quebec City. In 1904, he became an analytical chemistry professor at Université Laval, before becoming Quebec City's mayor in 1906. From 1908 to 1939, he served as the first president of the National Battlefields Commission, which manages the Plains of Abraham site in Quebec City.
- Duval, Monique (March 2008). "Sir George Garneau" (in French). La société historique de Québec. Archived from the original on 6 July 2011. Retrieved 2008-09-08.
- "History of the park" at National Battlefields Commission
- (French) University of Sherbrooke, Bilan du Siècle: Jean-Georges Garneau (1864-1944) Homme politique, homme d'affaires
- (French) Ville de Québec toponymie (Quebec City toponymy): Garneau avenue
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