Call #: Shortt FC3651 .A44 v.5 no.2 1957
Author: Dempsey, Hugh Aylmer
Title: Rocky Mountain Rangers
Notes: Dempsey's article describes the role of the Rocky Mountain Rangers during the Rebellion of 1885. They were an Alberta unit raised at Fort Macleod who had the responsibility of guarding the frontier between Lethbridge and Cypress Hills, protecting the cattle herds and acting as a buffer to prevent American Indians from joining the Rebe11ion.
Subject: Northwest Field Force - 1885
Canada - Armed forces - History - 1885
Journal: Alberta Historical Review, vol. 5, no. 2, Spring 1957, pp. 3-8.

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