The Riders of the Plains: A Reminiscence of the Early and Exciting Days in the North West (1905)
The Riders of the Plains
A Reminiscence of the Early and Exciting Days in the North West
By Sir Cecil Denny, 1905
The following constitutes the memoirs of Sir Cecil Edward Denny, an Inspector of the North West Mounted Police who marched west with the Force from Fort Dufferin, Manitoba, in 1874 in order to suppress the illegal whisky trade which was taking place in what is now southern Alberta and southwest Saskatchewan. These memoirs were originally published in 1905 by the Herald Company of Calgary, Alberta, and are now in the public domain.
The original book contains inconsistent spellings, irregular capitalizations and lowercasings, and some instances of questionable grammar and punctuation. The organizer of this arrangement has done his best to reproduce the original content as accurately as possible, and has only corrected a handful of spelling mistakes which were undeniably unintended. The organizer has also chosen to italicize quotations in the hope that the contrast will make for easier reading.