Mounted Police Stations and Patrols

Contained within the Historical Maps, 1639 to 1949, Atlas of Canada map series, is a reproduction of an 1888 map compiled by Surveys and Mapping Branch of Energy Mines and Resources [now Natural Resources Canada] to commemorate the 1973 centenary of the RCMP. The map shows stations and patrol routes in the North-West Territories during 1888. The area covered corresponds to present-day southeastern Alberta and southern Saskatchewan. The map has a great deal of information about Indian lands, showing treaty areas, Indian reserves, and giving populations on the reserves.

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Contained within the Historical Maps, 1639 to 1949, Atlas of Canada map series, is a reproduction of an 1888 map compiled by Surveys and Mapping Branch of Energy Mines and Resources [now Natural Resources Canada] to commemorate the 1973 centenary of the RCMP. The map shows stations and patrol routes in the North-West Territories during 1888. The area covered corresponds to present-day southeastern Alberta and southern Saskatchewan. The map has a great deal of information about Indian lands, showing treaty areas, Indian reserves, and giving populations on the reserves.

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SKU nrcan-MCR2308-1
POD Size 42 x 30 in
Publisher Name Natural Resources Canada
Publication Date 1980
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