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eMedals-North West Canada Medal – SASKATCHEWAN Clasp

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North West Canada Medal – SASKATCHEWAN Clasp


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North West Canada Medal – SASKATCHEWAN Clasp

North West Canada Medal – 1 Clasp - SASKATCHEWAN (No. 105. Pte. E.F. MALONE, C..I.S.C.) – “C” Company, Inf. School Corps; naming is period engraved in capitals. Light contact, very fine condition. Footnote: This unit served abroad steamboat “Northcote” as Marines and participated in the engagement suffering casualties; Regina Leader, May 19, 1885. p.1 & 4, states: “The steamer Northcote had a narrow escape, and had it not been for the coolness displayed by “C” Company of the School of Infantry under Major Smith, a disaster would have resulted. Col. Bedson Chief of Transport, was shot through the coat. His clerk, Viren, had a flesh wound through the thigh. Troops are going to Prince Albert. Riel and Dumont have escaped and other Half-breeds are surrendering.” (BCM1124)
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