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The Library of the World’s Best Literature. An Anthology in Thirty Volumes. 1917.

William Henry Drummond (1854–1907)

Drummond, William Henry. Canadian poet and physician; born in County Antrim, Ireland, April 13, 1854; died at Cobalt, ON, Canada, April 6, 1907. His poems deal with the life of the French-Canadian “habitant”; they include: ‘The Habitant and Other French-Canadian Poems’ (1897); ‘Philorum’s Canoe’ (1898); ‘Madeleine Verchères’ (1898); ‘Johnnie Courteau’ (1901); ‘The Voyageur’ (1905); ‘The Great Fight’ (1908). (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).