Place Published: Montreal
Publisher: The Industrial Shops for the Deaf
Date Published: 
Edition: 1st Edition
Binding: Hard Cover
SCARCE COPY SIGNED BY THE EDITOR JACKSON ON THE TITLE PAGE.
First Edition, signed. 4 x 6-1/2 inches. (80, -117pp.(2) Bright green cloth binding. Circa 1955. Fine condition.
Chapters: Plans for Reorganization, Reorganization, The Frontier, Upper Canadian Posts, York and the Queen's Rangers, Early York Militia in Upper Canada, The Great War and After, Amalgamation and Reorganization, and 1939-1946. Appendices: The Officers of the First York Regiment, Third York Militia, Officers, 1st, 2nd, 3rd York Regiments, 1821, First Regiment, West York Militia 1837, Officers of the Queen's Rangers in 1837, The Sedentry Militia, Toronto and York, Land Grants in Upper Canada to the Rangers.
The Queen's Rangers were the successors to Rogers' Rangers of the French and Indian Wars and as the current The Queen's York Rangers, considers itself the oldest regiment in North America, although its lineage is not continuous from Revolutionary times.
Harold McGill Jackson MBE was a staff officer for the Canadian Militia and Army during the 1900's.
Fine. Item #2729