From Folly to Fortune examines the unfair treatment James Richardson Forman received at the hands of his Nova Scotia countrymen, and asks the question if it could have been Forman, and not Sandford Fleming, who would later (in 1867 to 1876) have built Canada’s Intercolonial Railway from Nova Scotia to Quebec City, had he been allowed to stay on the project.
Publisher: DC Books (April 30, 2007)
Author(s): Jay Underwood
Format: Paperback, 198 pages
Dimensions: 6 x 0.45 x 9 inches