Subject: Northwest Field Force - 1885
Number of titles: 40
- Memorial tablet unveiled at Vonda by the Bishop of Saskatchewan Diocese. 11 May 1911.
- Recollections, reflections and items from the diary of Captain (now Lt. Colonel) A. Hamlyn Todd, who commanded the Guards Company of Sharpshooters in that expedition. 1923.
- Private diary of A. Hamlyn Todd, Commanding Guards Company of Sharpshooters of Ottawa. 29 March to 21 July 1885.
- Permit signed by Lt. Col. Otter allowing James Clinkskill to leave the barracks at Battleford to cross the Battle River and retrieve items from his house, May 8, 1885. 1885.
- Close of the Rebelllion
- A Rebellion Letter
- Letter from a Soldier Tourist
- An Early Manitoba Diary: Extracts from J.W. Harris's Private Accounts of Events and Personalities from 1869 to 1922
- Rifleman Forin in the Riel Rebellion
- Kabibonica, The North-West Rebellion
- An Episode of the North-West Rebellion, 1885
- Tragic Events at Frog Lake and Fort Pitt During the North West Rebellion Part III
- Lord Melgund and the North-West Campaign of 1885
- A Surgeon with the Alberta Field Force
- The Diary of Lieut. J.A.V. Preston, 1885
- A Riel Rebellion Story
- With the Midland Battalion to Batoche
- North West Rebellion 1885, Recollections, Reflections and Items, from the Diary of Captain (now Lt. Col.) A. Hamlyn Todd who commanded the Guards Company of Sharpshooters in that Expedition
- Twice Disappointed
- The North-West Rebellion, 1885 A Memoir by Colour Sergeant (later General) C F. Winters
- The Campaign of 1885: A Contemporary Account
- Assignment: 'The 1885 Rebellion'
- Rocky Mountain Rangers
- The Canadian North-west : its history and its troubles, from the early days of the fur-trade to the era of the railway and the settler, with incidents of travel in the region, and the narrative of three insurrections / by G. Mercer Adam ..
- Reminiscences of the North-west rebellions : with a record of the raising of Her Majesty's 100th regiment in Canada : and, a chapter on Canadian social & political life / by Major Boulton, commanding Boulton's scouts.
- Report of Lieutenant-colonel W. H. Jackson : deputy adjutant-general, principal supply, pay and transport officer of the North-West forces and chairman of war claims commission, on matters in connection with the suppression of the rebellion in the North-West Territories, in 1885 ; presented to Parliament.
- One hundred and twenty days of active service : a complete historical narrative of the campaign of the 65th in the North West / Charles R. Daoust.
- The Alberta Field Force of 1885 / Jack Dunn.
- Reminiscences of early days in Battleford and with Middleton's column / by R. C. Laurie ; recollections of incidents of travel, early surveys, Poundmaker racket in 1884, Fish Creek, Batoche, Frog Lake massacre, pursuit of Big Bear, etc.
- The history of the North-west rebellion of 1885. Comprising a full and impartial account of the origin and process of the war, of the various engagements with the Indians and half-breeds, of the heroic deeds performed by officers and men, and of touching scenes in the field, the camp, and the cabin; including a history of the Indian tribes of North-western Canada, their numbers, modes of living, habits, customs, religious rites and ceremonies, with thrilling narratives of captures, imprisonment, massacres, and hair-breadth escapes of white settlers, etc. By Charles Pelham Mulvaney [sic]
- The Battleford column : versified memories of a Queen's Own corporal in the Northwest Rebellion 1885.
- Reminiscences of a bungle / by one of the bunglers.
- Recollections of the Riel Rebellion in 1885 in the North-West / by members of the 7th Fusiliers of London, Ontario.
- Thirteen years on the prairies from Winnipeg to Cold lake fifteen hundred miles
- The 1885 North-West Campaign Diary of Lieutenant R. Lyndhurst Wadmore, Infantry school Corps
- Surveyors at war: A. O. Wheeler's Diary of the North-West Rebellion
- Some experiences of the expedition of the North West Field Force as copied from a diary kept in my possession
- The 9th Quebec Voltigeurs
- Our Military Effort
- Canadianizing the North-West
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