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William Huckell learned the printer's trade while at the Ottawa Evening Post which existed from 1860 to 1866. When it folded he left Ottawa, Ontario for Chicago, Illinois. There he worked as a printer for other newspapers (including the Tribune and the Evening Post) before leaving for Iowa in 1886 where he farmed.

This advertisement is reproduced from the Ottawa City Directory of 1866, page 309.