The Canadian Mounted Police on a "Musical Ride”. Frederic Sackrider REMINGTON, J O. Davidson, Charles Graham, F. Barnard.
The Canadian Mounted Police on a "Musical Ride”
The Canadian Mounted Police on a "Musical Ride”

The Canadian Mounted Police on a "Musical Ride”

Place Published: New York
Publisher: Harper & Brothers
Date Published: 1887
Edition: 1st
Binding: No binding

16 x 11 inches newspaper page with very early image 14 x 9.5 inch image of The Canadian Mounted Police on a "Musical Ride”. Illustrated by Frederic Remington. Very good condition. RCMP Musical Ride background:

The stage was set in 1873 for a role that would intimately connect the Mounted Police and its members with the development of Canada as a great nation. From the beginning of its long history, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) have served Canada and its people by establishing law and order in the frontier reaches of this vast nation. As the country grew in population and diversity, and its communities became more established, the Mounted Police adapted, ensuring the peace and security for its citizens.

Representing a colourful tradition and ceremony through the horse and the scarlet uniform, the RCMP created a spectacle known around the world as the Musical Ride. The Musical Ride provides Canadians, from coast to coast, with the opportunity to experience part of our heritage and national identity.
Very Good. Item #1297

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