Diary of Francis Dickens Public

The diary of Francis Dickens, son of novelist Charles Dickens, written when he was a member of the North-West Mounted Police during the Battle of Fort Pitt or North West Rebellion of 1885 in Saskatchewan. An important document of events of the siege that led to the evacuation of the mounted police from the fort.

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In Collection:
Creator Contributor Subject Publisher Language Date created Resource type Rights statement Extent
  • 23 pages ; 23 cm.
Alternative title
  • Bulletin of the Departments of History and Political and Economic Science in Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada ; no. 59.
Geographic coverage Coordinates
  • 60.10867, -113.64258
  • 54.0001, -106.00099
  • 53.65018, -109.75154
Physical repository Collection
  • From the Print Collection
Provider Genre Date digitized
  • February 3, 2017
Technical note
  • 600 dpi TIFF. Metadata by KD.
Year
  • 1930
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Rights
  • Contact Special Collections and University Archives for access to the original manuscript and for reproduction requests (fee for reproductions). This material is made available on this site for research and private study only.
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