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The next day the 26 NWMP (including Inspector Francis Dickens, son of author Charles Dickens) escaped, save for one man killed, one wounded and one captured.
Consequently, production technology in glass, metal, paper, cardboard and plastic industries should be adapted to use these recovered materials (NWMP 2004).
In addition, the NWMP had to contend with well-armed smugglers and whiskey runners as well.
A Montreal Daily Star article, discussing his arrival in Canada, portrayed Steele as an imperial hero who could hold an audience spellbound with "his quiet but thrilling narrative[s]" about his time with the NWMP in the West and the SAC in South Africa.
From its founding as the North West Mounted Police (NWMP) in 1873, to its 1920 re-formation as the RCMP, and through to the present, the Canadian federal police force has assumed in literary and popular culture the symbolic weight of national icon and the image has circulated widely, across media and around the world.
Bangladesh's National Water Management Plan (NWMP) takes into account climate change as a critical factor for future water supply and demand.
Overall finish is about 90 percent, except on the backstrap, where 75 percent is down to bare metal The gun was represented as belonging to the Northwest Mounted Police, which I doubt, since I have one of those guns and the Mounties marked their guns on the backstrap with "NWMP" and an inventory number.
That fall, and the following spring, over 300 men were recruited to the North-West Mounted Police (NWMP).
In 1875 the NWMP established Fort Walsh near the site of the massacre as one of a string of posts across the west.
Horses for the Canadian Mounted Police On May 23, 1873, the Canadian Parliament authorized the establishment of the North West Mounted Police (NWMP) force.
Northumberland Business Service (NBS) has announced the launch of The Northumberland Women's Mentoring Partnership (NWMP).