Roger Pocock Fonds > Series I. Personal Papers > 1.1 Scrapbooks > Pocock Scrapbook - 1885
A handwritten letter from Roger Pocock in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan to his mother in Ontario. Thie letter provides a detailed account of Roger's journey with NWMP troops travelling from Regina to Fort Qu'appelle and on to Prince Albert. While on this journey, Roger froze the toes of his right foot and is under medical supervision as he writes, describing the great pain he is experiencing. He includes a small map showing the route from Regina to Prince Albert. 5 pp.
Author: Pocock, Roger, 1865-1941
Date: [Mar.] 1885
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