Showing the Flag: The Mounted Police and Canadian Sovereignty in the North, 1894-1925

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1. A. Bowen Perry, Commissioner of the Mounted Police
2. Sgt. Lee inspecting the guard, Whitehorse
3. The N.W.M.P. on duty in the Yukon
4. Sheep camp on the Chilkoot Pass
5. Frederick White, Comptroller of the Mounted Police
6. N.W.M.P. detachment at Stewart River
7. The "Goddesses of Liberty"
8. The N.W.M.P. on duty in the Yukon
9. Superintendent Constantine's post at Forty Mile
10. Sir Samuel B. Steele
11. The N.W.M.P. on duty at the Chilkoot Pass
12. N.W.M.P. officers in Dawson
13. Placer mining operations at Hunker Creek
14. Police Barracks at Fort Cudahy
15. Police at Whitehorse
16. Police expedition to Fort McPherson
17. Members of the Neptune expedition
18. R.N.W.M.P. barracks at Fullerton
19. Members of the Fullerton detachment
20. Mrs. S. G. Clay
21. Settlement and police detachment at Herschel Island
22. Scottie, Inuit employee of the police at Fullerton
23. Superintendent J. D. Moodie
24. Fullerton detachment
25. On patrol, Dawson to Herschel Island
26. Inspector F. J. Fitzgerald
27. Corporal W. J. D. Dempster
28. Burying the members of the "Lost Patrol"
29. Graves of the "Lost Patrol"
30. Last page of Inspector Fitzgerald's diary
31. Inspector Fitzgerald's will
32. Churchill detachment
33. Hauling wood on patrol at Dease Bay
34. Sinnisiak and Uluksuk, on trial for murder in Alberta
35. Sinnisiak and Uluksuk
36. Trial of Alikomiak and Tatamigana
37. R.C.M.P. detachment at Craig Harbour
38. Landing supplies at Craig Harbour detachment
39. R.C.M.P. detachment at Dundas Harbour
40. Inspector Alan Belcher

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