Item - PE002709 - Order form for the Transport Service of the North-West Field Force

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PE002709 - Order form for the Transport Service of the North-West Field Force

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    • [188-?] (Creation)
      North-West Field Force
      Qu'Appelle Valley (Sask.)

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    One (1) printed paper sheet. 1 pp. 27.9cm x 16.8cm.

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    The Northwest Resistance of 1885 resulted in the formation of the Canadian military force, the North-West Field Force, under the command of Major-General Frederick Middleton. Volunteers from various battalions of the Active Militia were raised for service against Louis Riel's forces in 1885. The Battle of Batoche was the last major action of the North-West Field Force.

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    A blank supply order form for the Transport Service of the North-West Field Force (N.W.F.F.). The Transport Office is listed as the Qu’Appelle Station in Saskatchewan. The North West Field Force was a group of military forces assigned the task of stopping the increasing Indigenous uprisings in the early 1800s.

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        BPSC Backlog Project


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