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North-West Mounted Police stations and patrols
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North-West Mounted Police stations and patrols

This map, published by the Department of the Interior, shows the patrol routes (in white) used by the North-West Mounted Police. The majority of police outposts and stations (red flags) are located just north of the international border or along the Canadian Pacific Railway.

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