Sir Samuel Steele Fonds > Series 3 Professional Papers: Military Career > 3.1 The Red River Expedition: Documents and Cross-Referenced Entries from Other Series
Typed memoirs of his experience with the Red River Expedition written by W. Hubbard. On page 2 of his memoirs, Hubbard writes: "There I made the acquaintance of a very fine fellow, who became my comrade all through the campaign - a soldier aways ready and willing to do his full share of work [,] and who in after years, by strict attention to duty and marked ability shown in the North-West and other out-posts of the Empire, proved himself to be one of the most efficient soldiers Canada has ever produced - Colonel S.B. Steele." 21 pp; paper bound and tied with ribbon
Authors: Hubbard, William; Steele, Samuel B. (Samuel Benfield), 1848-1919
Recipient: Steele, Samuel B. (Samuel Benfield), 1848-1919
Date: Winter 1914
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