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Welcome! This guide is an introduction to resources that may be useful to students in Terry Scarborough's English 151 course doing research on Guy Vanderhaeghe's The Englishman's Boy at Okanagan College.
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Rousing tales of the North-West Mounted Police are brought to life through photos and artists' sketches. In 1873, the North-West Mounted Police were established to maintain law and order in the North-West Territories. They undertook a trek from Fort Dufferin, south of Winnipeg, to Fort Whoop-up, near present-day Lethbridge, Alberta. The force raised the flag and proclaimed the Queen's law, ensuring that the Canadian West would not become a lawless American-style frontier.
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