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viewing issueVolume 81, Number 4, December 2000
Table of Contents
- The Mounted Police and Prairie Society, 1873–1919 ed. by William M. Baker, and: Red Coats on the Prairies: The North-West Mounted Police, 1886–1900/ Les tuniques rouges dans la Prairie: Le maintien de ľordre dans ľouest pionnier, 1886–1900 by William Beahen and Stan Horrall, and: Sam Steele: Lion of the Frontier rev. ed. by Robert Stewart (review)
- pp. 682-686
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