Thomas Reuben Black

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Amherst, Nova Scotia

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Thomas Reuben Black (16 October 1832 – 14 September 1905) was a Canadian politician, senator and farmer from Amherst, Nova Scotia.
Many notable residents have lived in this district, including Tupper, Senator Thomas R. Black, the Barker Family, the Lamy Family, the Pugsley Family and Mary (Molly) Simmons Critchley.

Nova Scotia House of Assembly

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He was first elected to the Nova Scotia House of Assembly for Cumberland County in 1884 in a by-election held after Charles James Townshend was elected to the House of Commons.

Charles James Townshend

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He was first elected to the Nova Scotia House of Assembly for Cumberland County in 1884 in a by-election held after Charles James Townshend was elected to the House of Commons.

Senate of Canada

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He was appointed to the Senate of Canada as a Liberal on 10 June 1904.

Liberal Party of Canada

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He was appointed to the Senate of Canada as a Liberal on 10 June 1904.

Joseph Laurence Black

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His brother Thomas Reuben served in the Nova Scotia assembly and the Canadian senate.