Definitions for "Duncan Cameron"
General Sir Duncan Alexander Cameron GCB was the Commander of the British Imperial Forces stationed in New Zealand during the middle phase of the Māori Wars. Cameron also commanded the New Zealand militia, those troops recruited directly by the New Zealand Government, although this was subject to the whims of the Government.
Duncan Cameron (August 1, 1865—October 1948) was a politician in Manitoba, Canada. He served in the Legislative Assembly of Manitoba from 1920 to 1922, as a member of the Liberal Party.
Duncan Cameron (c 1764 – May 15 1848) was a Canadian fur trader and political figure in Upper Canada.