4 edition of The Alberta Field Force of 1885 found in the catalog.
The Alberta Field Force of 1885
Jack F. Dunn
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||F5625.S87 D86 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||293 p. :|
|Number of Pages||293|
William Bleasdell Cameron, dressed in his outfit as guide and scout with the Alberta Field Force, with Horse Child, year-old son of Big Bear. Horse Child was dressed up in Cameron's collection of Indian regalia for the photo. They were photographed together in Regina in during the trial of Big Bear. Cameron testified in Big Bear's defence. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My libraryMissing: Alberta Field Force.
Among the purchasers described as "ranchers" and who bought two lots was General Thomas Bland Strange. Strange had been a British army officer and commander of the Alberta Field Force in the North West Rebellion (). For more information on Strange, see Roderick C. Macleod, Strange, Thomas Bland, DCB, vol. XV. Alberta Homestead Files – Growing online collection of Alberta homestead files, previously only available at the Provincial Archives of Alberta; Index to Applications for Alberta Land Patents- to – Provided by Alberta Genealogical Society; Index to Alberta Homestead Records – to – Provided by Alberta Genealogical Society.
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The Alberta Field Force of Paperback – January 1, by Colonel F. - Editor JAMIESON (Author)Author: Colonel F. - Editor JAMIESON. Murdoch’s Bookshoppe - The Alberta Field Force of Canadian North-West Historical Society, Battleford, Sask.; Volume 1 no.
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The Alberta Field Force of [Jack F Dunn] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jack F Dunn. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: # Canada. Canadian Army. Alberta Field Force.\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema. I wrote a book, The Alberta Field Force ofthat was published about 20 years ago, so I was interested in the Mounted Police.
That book was more of interest locally; I thought with this topic, there would be interest nationally. As a child. Not really. I remember I was at a summer camp and the Mounties came out with a dog. The Alberta Field Force of Mass Market Paperback – Jan.
1 by Jack Dunn (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Jack Dunn. The extraordinary tale of the short-lived volunteer force raised by Thomas B Strange in Alberta. SIGNED by the author. Black and white illustrations. A fine Edition: First Edition.
The Alberta Field Force of Paperback – Jan. 1 by Jack Dunn (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Jack Dunn. Jamieson, Frederick Charles () (editor) ; Oliver, Frank () (preface). The Alberta Field Force of Battleford, Sask.: Canadian North-West Historical Society, Buckskin Brigadier: the story of the Alberta Field Force, by Edward McCourt ; illustrated by Vernon Mould., Toronto Public Library.
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The Alberta Field Force (Northwest Rebellion) 19th () Century Warfare and Wargaming. Updated about 3 months ago. Already tagged. Like Unlike. Already tagged. Like Unlike.
Already tagged. Like Unlike. Already tagged. Like Unlike. Already tagged. Like Unlike. Already tagged. Like Unlike. Already tagged. Like Unlike. Already tagged. In the spring ofit appeared that war was about to set the Canadian West aflame. Louis Riel had established a Metis provisional government at Batoche, and the Cree, led by war chief Wandering Spirit, had killed settlers, taken hostages and forced the capitulation of Fort Pitt.
Existing plaque: Edmonton, Alberta. When word of the skirmish at Duck Lake arrived in Marchthe settlers of southern Alberta formed a home guard commanded by Major-General Thomas Strange, who had retired near Calgary.
Augmented by Mounted Police and soldiers from Manitoba and Quebec, this became the nucleus of the Alberta Field Force. The North-West Mounted Police: outlines the formative years of the Force in certainly the most momentous twelve-year period observed in Canadian prairie history. OUR UNDERSTANDING OF THE ERA is enhanced immeasurably by the extent of information provided, the clear description of the frontier experience, and in its detailed survey of the policing and lifestyle of the.
Saskatoon Public Library Local History Room, General Photographs Collection A photograph of William Bleasdell Cameron, guide and scout with the Alberta Field Force, with Horse Child, 12 year old son of Big Bear. They were photographed together in Regina in during the trial of Big Bear.
Cameron testified in Big Bear's defense. After a fatal encounter between Louis Riel's Métis rebels and the North West Mounted Police at Duck Lake in Marchthe Canadian government mobilized forces in both Ontario and Alberta to suppress what became known as "The Northwest Rebellion." The western force was assembled in Calgary by Gunner Jingo Strange, a retired major general who readily knew the right man to lead an advance unit.William Bleasdell Cameron, guide & scout w/ the Alberta Field Force is photographed w/ Horse Child, 12 year old son of Big Bear.
[ × ] Posted by 4 years ago.The District of Saskatchewan in (within the black diamonds) included the central section of Saskatchewan and extended into Alberta and Manitoba. The Battle of Frenchman's Butte, fought onoccurred when a force of Cree, dug in on a hillside near Frenchman's Butte, was unsuccessfully attacked by the Alberta Field Force.