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Harold Wilson McKiel

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Professor Harold Wilson McKiel (1888- )

1922 B.A., B.Sc., A.M. E.I.0 F.0 an.I.0 M.(N.B.)Assoc.Prof.E., Prof. of Eng., Mount Allison University, Sackville, N.B., Can.; b. 1888. Ed. and Trained: Queen's University and School of Min., Queen's University, Kingston, Ont., Can. B.A. (Hons. in Chemistry and Physics); B.Sc., Hons., Chemical and Metallurgical Eng. 1911—Mill Chemist, Canada Cement Co., Ltd.; 1912—Research Associate, Dept. of Electro-Metallurgical Research, Bureau of Mines, Queen's University; 1913—Prof. of Eng., Mt. Allison University, Sackville, N.B.; 1918—Research Engr., British Chemical Co., Trenton, Ont.; 1919—Asst. Geologist, Geological Survey of Canada; 1912— Cons. Engr., Crown Paving Co., Calgary, Alta. Address: Sackville, N.B.

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