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More Info Two Men Who Were Here in 1887 with Major Sam Steele
"Come With Me to Yesterday" article # 216 of 633 articles in a series of articles published in the Cranbrook Courier, Town & Country, Daily Townsman and Daily Bulletin between 1963 and 1978. Series coverage includes various events, people and topics of the Cranbrook district. Original articles are based on research from early district newspapers, books, interviews and correspondence often including transcribed sources. Research by Dan A. MacDonald. Editing, notes and comments by Dave Kay.
textual record : newspaper article, photocopy


1978.064.144 REF.0001.0001

Forty Years in Canada
Autobiographic reminiscences of the Great North-west with some account of his service in South Africa. from the most famous Mounted Police Officer of his era. Includes photo & autograph of Sam Steele inside flap. Book cover is well worn and has loose pages. Index, also has 15 b & w photos (plates) other then the one on the flap.
Duplicate of 2008.014.039
book : hard cover; embossed shield on cover.


1914
1978.254.001 Library

Sam Steele
Col Sam Steele

B & W
PHOTO


1984.011.001 1-2-7-17

Sam Steele
Col Sam Steele

B & W
PHOTO


1984.011.001A 1-2-7-17
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Sam Steele, Kootenay & MacLeod Indians

Photostat
DATA SHEET


1987.004.010 Archives - Filing Cabinet
More Info Fort Steele, B.C.
Major General Sir Samuel Benfield Steele By Ray Mannix (1975)

Fort Steele Series #1
artwork : drawing, printed


1988.020.002 2-6-2-14

Sam Steele: The Wild West Adventures of Canada's Most Famous Mountie
Biography of Sam Steele, who "was an adventurer and heroic figure who commanded awe and respect."
book : softcover


2003
2010.019.003 Library - Local History
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