The Royal Canadian Mounted Police: a century of history, 1873-1973 [by] Nora and William Kelly.

Author
Kelly, Nora (Nora Hickson) [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
Edmonton, Hurtig Publishers, ©1973.
Description
318 pages, 12 unnumbered leaves of plates illustrations, maps (some color) 24 cm

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Subject(s)
Author
Summary note
The evolution of the RCMP and its place in Canadian history.
Notes
  • Includes index.
  • Maps on lining-papers.
Bibliographic references
Bibliography: p. 305-306.
Contents
  • 1. The Old Originals
  • 2. The Great March West
  • 3. The Prairie Outposts
  • 4. the Police and the Indians
  • 5. The Ending of an Era
  • 6. The Canadian Pacific Railway
  • 7. Rebellion and Reconstruction
  • 8. To the Golden North
  • 9. On the Northern Frontiers
  • 10. Policing the Plains
  • 11. Northern Achievements
  • 12. Patrolling the Dangerous North
  • 13. The Prairie Provinces
  • 14. Coast to Coast
  • 15. The Land of the Eskimo
  • 16. Modernizing the Force
  • 17. An Officer's Son Takes Command
  • 18. During World War II
  • 19. Soviet Espionage
  • 20. The Post-War Period
  • 21. Further Development and Expansion
  • 22. The Attack on Organized Crime
  • 23. Day In and Day Out
  • 24. The Problem of Drugs
  • 25. Uniting Against Organized Crime
  • 26. Spies, Politics and Security
  • 27. Front de Liberation du Quebec
  • 28. Toward a New Era.
ISBN
  • 0888300697
  • 9780888300690
LCCN
74179433
OCLC
880438
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