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Image No: PA-3807-1

Title: St. Luke's Church, Fort Vermilion, Alberta.

Date: [ca. 1877-1878]

Remarks: Showing Mission House in the distance.

Subject(s): Anglican Church - Buildings / Fort Vermilion, Alberta - Churches

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Image No: PA-3807-2

Title: Sod homestead house near Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.

Date: 1885

Remarks: Near where North-West Mounted Police with Les Voltigueurs de Quebec were shot down at beginning of Riel Rebellion, 1885.

Subject(s): Prince Albert area, Saskatchewan - Dwellings / Riel Rebellion, 1885 / Sod houses

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Image No: PA-3807-6

Title: Walter Festing Sheppard, bugler for the Winnipeg Mounted Infantry.

Date: 1885

Remarks: Age 11. Regiment Number 3113.
Born in England in 1874; died in 1964. Joined the North-West Mounted Police at 21 years of age in 1895. Served 7 years, receiving his discharge after returning from the South African War.

Subject(s): Canadian Army - Militia / Winnipeg Mounted Infantry

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Image No: PA-3807-7

Title: Believed to be Colin C. Colebrook of the North-West Mounted Police.

Date: [ca. 1895]

Remarks: Shot by Almighty Voice near Kinistino, Saskatchewan in October, 1895.

Subject(s): Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Officers

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Image No: PA-3807-10

Title: Prisoners and police guards at Regina, Saskatchewan.

Date: [ca. 1895-1900

Remarks: Louis Riel was hung in the area to the right of building.
Prisoners are carrying gardening tools.

Subject(s): Prisons / Regina, Saskatchewan - Prisons

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Image No: PA-3807-11

Title: Coast Salish or Esquimalt and Songee dancers, Victoria, British Columbia.

Date: 1898

Remarks: Dancing below railway train bridge.

Subject(s): Coast Salish - Dances / Esquimalt - Dances / Songee - Dances / Victoria, British Columbia - Bridges / Victoria, British Columbia - Events

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Image No: PA-3807-12

Title: Coast Salish or Esquimalt and Songee dancers, Victoria, British Columbia.

Date: 1898

Remarks: Dancing below railway train bridge.

Subject(s): Coast Salish - Dances / Esquimalt - Dances / Songee - Dances / Victoria, British Columbia - Bridges / Victoria, British Columbia - Events

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Image No: PA-3807-8

Title: E Division, North-West Mounted Police contingent for South Africa at Calgary, Alberta.

Date: Janurary 12, 1900.

Photographer/Illustrator: Steele and Company, Calgary and Winnipeg

Remarks: Walter Festing Sheppard, back row, 6th from left.
Born in England in 1874; died in 1964. Joined the North-West Mounted Police at 21 years of age in 1895. Served 7 years, receiving his discharge after returning from the South African War.

Subject(s): Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Officers

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Image No: PA-3807-9

Title: Members of 2nd Battalion, Canadian Mounted Rifles after arriving in Cape Town, South Africa.

Date: 1900

Remarks: Walter Festing Sheppard on right. His brother Reginald Sheppard is seated.
Walter Shepard was born in England in 1874; died in 1964. Joined the North-West Mounted Police at 21 years of age in 1895. Served 7 years, receiving his discharge after returning from the South African War.

Subject(s): Canadian Mounted Rifles / Royal Canadian Mounted Police - Officers / South African War, 1899-1902

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Image No: PA-3807-28

Title: Fred Woodward as the Scarecrow in 1902 production of The Wizard of Oz.

Date: 1902

Remarks: Fred Woodward, born Fred Warrington ca. 1884, played six seasons with this production.

Subject(s): Actors

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