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Adam Wahl

In memory of:

Constable Adam Wahl

May 25, 1882
Missouri River, Montana

Royal Canadian Mounted Police



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April 17, 1882

Constable Wahl was born in Ontario. He had a sense of duty by wanting to serve his country as well as an eye for adventure. After three weeks of basic training, he set out for Fort Walsh, Northwest Territories. His long journey west had him go aboard the Sternwheeler, Red Cloud in Bismark, North Dakota. Constable Wahl drowned in the Missouri River, USA, while en route with other recruits from Fort Toronto to Fort Walsh, Northwest Territories.

Commemorated on Page 5 of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Honour Roll Book.

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