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de Brébeuf Jean de Brébeuf, a French Jesuit in the Huron Country, serving in
Huronia, 1626-1649, finally tortured and put to death by Iroquois raiders at the mission
of St. Ignace.
Roger Hale Sheaffe Sir Roger Hale Sheaffe, British general who succeeded General
Brock in 1812 in Upper Canada.
Missionaries Jesuit missionaries being welcomed by Recollet missionaries, Quebec,
1625. After the Recollets first arrived in 1614, they were followed by the Jesuits in
1625. By C.W. Jefferys.
Force A disciplined detachment of North West Mounted Police at Medicine Hat,
future Alberta, 1875, helping to win wide popular respect for the force, as it maintained
order in Canada's developing west.
Prisoners Métis prisoners outside the Regina Court House, with Mounted Police
behind them, during the North West Rebellion of 1885.
Strike The Mounted Police charging down Main Street during the Winnipeg Strike,
June 21, 1919.
Strike The Winnipeg Strike, 1919, a broad-based labour action that virtually shut
down the city, responded to by force, such as this Mounted Police advance against strikers
on June 21 that brought 30 casualties.
Uniforms Different types of Royal North West Mounted Police uniforms,
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