Glenbow Archives: NA-354-23

Title: Group of Bloods at Fort Calgary, Alberta.

Date: 1878

L-R: R.W. Fletcher; Constable T. Christie, on horse; Sam Livingston, leaning on wall; Inspector Cecil Denny, seated on chair; Joe Butlin, standing in wagon in background; Constable Van Courtland; Constable Schofield, with rope; Sergeant James Barwis, seated on ground, front right.


Visiting Us

Fort Calgary is located on 40 acres of parkland on the eastern edge of downtown Calgary. This is the place where the modern city of Calgary began! Explore colourful stories of Calgary's past in the Interpretive Centre. Experience both sides of the law as you try on an authentic RCMP uniform or spend some time in our jail. Discover this National Historic Site and take a stroll around the RiverWalk to the confluence of the Bow and Elbow Rivers.

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Seniors (+65) $11.00
Students (post secondary) $11.00
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