|Call #:||Shortt FC3651 .A33 v.23 no.3 1975|
Dunlop, Allan C.
|Title:||Letter from a Soldier Tourist|
|Notes:||William Johnston Tupper was a private in the Halifax Provisional Battalion which had been sent to the North-West. He had been assigned to Swift Current and Medicine Hat to guard supplies and communications routes. After the Resistance he was granted a pass to visit the Rocky Mountains. His letter to his mother describes his trip and reactions to the Resistance.|
Northwest Field Force - 1885
Northwest Rebellion, 1885 - Transports
|Journal:||Alberta History, vol. 23, no. 3, Summer 1975, pp. 24-30.|
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