Descriptions of the townships of the North-west Territories, Dominion of Canada ... by Canada. Dept. of the Interior.

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StatementPublished under the authority of the Hon. Thomas White, minister of the interior. Compiled and arranged from the field notes, plans and reports of the surveyors.
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LC ClassificationsF1060.9 .C217
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Pagination3 v.
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Open LibraryOL6911902M
LC Control Number02000303
OCLC/WorldCa11577721

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Northwest Territories, region of northern and northwestern Canada encompassing a vast area of forests and tundra. Throughout most of the 20th century, the territories constituted more than one-third of the area of Canada and reached almost from the eastern to the western extremities of the country, across the roof of the North American continent.

The creation in of the territory of. Descriptions of townships of the North-west Territories, between the Third and Fourth Initial Meridians. Dominion of Canada, Dept of the Interior --> (first entry is for Township 9 Range 1, west of the third meridian.

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Dominion of Canada, Dept of the Interior. Most of these case files were placed within the Dominion Lands Branch central registry, which is now maintained by Library and Archives Canada as RG 15, series D II 1 (see description elsewhere).

Declaration nos. 1 to ; RG 15, vol.Aperture Card Bookreel C Canada moves North / by Richard Finnie; Descriptions of the townships of the North-West Territories, Dominion of Canada [microform]: between th People of the Deer / Farley Mowat; Revised ordinances of the Northwest Territories, being a revision of the Consolidated ordinances Ordinances of the Northwest Territories, Canada.

David Thompson (30 April – 10 February ) was a British-Canadian fur trader, surveyor, and cartographer, known to some native peoples as Koo-Koo-Sint or "the Stargazer".

Over Thompson's career, he traveled s kilometres (56, mi) across North America, mapping million square kilometres ( million square miles) of North America along the way. compiled and drawn from the most recent surveys of townships, towns and villages, public records, and other reliable sources of information, under the direction of the publishers: to which is added a map of the Dominion by counties, new railway and postal maps of Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island, the great geological map of Canada, maps of Manitoba, British.

J The United Kingdom transferred most of its remaining land in North America to Canada, with the North-Western Territory and Rupert's Land becoming the North-West Territories. Rupert's Land was transferred to Canada inbut the transfer was only consummated in when £, was paid to the Hudson's Bay Company.

Due to a vague description and lack of quality surveying. A Graphic description of the Dominion of Canada, and its provinces: also, Newfoundland, the North West Territories, Anticosti and Labrador, with an appendix, containing information of especial interest to the emigrant, and a table of routes, Encuadernación desconocida – 1 enero The Dominion Land Survey system was developed because the farm name and field position descriptions used in northern Europe were not organized or flexible enough, and the township and concession system used in eastern Canada was not satisfactory.

The first meridian was chosen at 97°27′″ west longitude and was established in Topographical and historical atlas of the county of Wellington, Ontario [microform]: compiled and drawn from the most recent surveys of townships, towns and villages, public records, and other reliable sources of information, under the direction of the publishers: to which is added a map of the Dominion by counties, new railway and postal maps of Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia.

The North West Territories was divided into provisional territories on May 8, The south provisional district was named Assiniboia (The 33rd township southward to the U.A Canada border).The provisional district in central present-day Saskatchewan (between township 35 and township 70) was named Saskatchewan.

Illustrated atlas of the Dominion of Canada: containing authentic and complete maps of all the provinces, the North-West Territories and the island of Newfoundland from the latest official surveys and plans, by permission of the general and provincial governments; together with a general descriptive history, & c.; also, maps of Europe, Asia, Africa, North and South America, United States.

Township Canada provides an easy and intuitive way to browse and find the Canadian legal subdivisions on a map. Claims to share in North West Half Breed grant of Scrip preferred before the Agents of Dominion Land under Order in Council of 14 June, Order-in-Council, P.C.

14 June,authorized Dominion Lands Agents in the North-West Territories to accept scrip applications from Métis who resided in areas which had been ceded under Indian.

In the western Canada Dominion land survey system, the meridian at 97°, 27’, ” west longitude (just west of Winnipeg) is designated as the prime or first meridian. Métis Scrip – Scrip, either as land or money, was offered to Métis families to compensate them for loss of their Aboriginal title and for grievances that led to the Includes legend, township and range, Mounted Police establishments, Indian reserves, synopsis of homestead regulations, etc.

Inset: Chart shewing the geographical relation of Europe and the United States to the province of Manitoba and that part of the North-West Territories delineated on the map (coloured red.). 1 map on 4 sheets.

THE TREATIES WITH THE INDIANS OF MANITOBA, THE NORTH-WEST TERRITORIES, AND KEE-WA-TIN, IN THE DOMINION OF CANADA. INTRODUCTION One of the gravest of the questions presented for solution by the Dominion of Canada, when the enormous region of country formerly known as the North-West Territories and Rupert's Land, was entrusted by the Empire of Great Britain and.

(Family History Library book E5L ; microfiche –) These list places alphabetically, provinces for each place, electoral counties for eastern Canada, and sometimes population and historical information. Townships or similar jurisdictions are not listed but are in Dominion Directory, also published by Lovell.

Lovell's gazetteer of the Dominion of Canada [microform]: containing the latest and most authentic descriptions of o cities, towns, villages and places in the provinces of Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Manitoba, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and the new districts of the North-West Territories, Yukon, Franklin, Mackenzie, Keewatin, and.

7 Saskatchewan, Alberta, and the North-West Territories (pp. ) The Prairies were purchased from the Hudson’s Bay Company and conferred on the infant Dominion of Canada in The first North West Company post was built in the Peace River District in In this land was acquired by the Dominion of Canada and in the North West Territories divided into 4 districts: 1.

Alberta 2. Assiniboia East, Assiniboia West 3. Saskatchewan 4. Unorganized Territories. In the Province of Alberta was created.

Map of the Province of Manitoba and part of the North-West Territories of Canada shewing Dominion land surveys to August 31st, Ottawa: Department of the Interior, (Aug. 31). Physical description: 1 map on 3 sheets: mounted on linen ; x 80 cm. on sheet x cm or smaller. Language: English Scale: ca.Lovell's gazetteer of the dominion of Canada, containing the latest and most authentic descriptions of o cities, towns, villages and places in the provinces of Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Manitoba, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and the new districts of the Northwest Territories, Yukon, Franklin, Mackenzie, Keewatin, and Ungava.

Reference the current page of this Book. Geo. Rowell & Co. Geo. Rowell & Co's American Newspaper Directory, containing Accurate lists of all the newspapers and periodicals published in the United States and Territories, and the Dominion of Canada, and British Colonies of North America; together with a description of the towns and cities in which they are published,book.

A factual guide to immigrants. Why Canada is British II. The Dominion of Canada III. Confederation IV. Lands and the People V. Industries and Transport VI.

The Old Province of Nova Scotia VII. New Brunswick, the Land of the St. John VIII. Prince Edward Island IX. Quebec and its Eastern Townships X.

Ontario, once "Canada West" XI. The North-West Mounted Police was created due to the expansion of the newly formed Dominion of Canada into the North-West Territories during the s.

The Dominion had been formed in by the confederation of the British colonies of Canada, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, but the extensive lands to the north-west remained governed by the Hudson's Bay Company. Page - Canada, appoint a senator to be speaker of the senate, and may remove him and appoint another in his stead.

Until the parliament of Canada otherwise provides, the presence of at least fifteen senators, including the speaker, shall be necessary to constitute a meeting of the senate for the exercise of its powers.1/5(1).

Original data: P.A. Crossby, ed. Lovell's gazetteer of British North America: containing the latest and most authentic descriptions of over six thousand cities, towns and villages in the provinces of Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Prince Edward Island, Manitoba, British Columbia, and the North West Territories.

The Eastern Townships covers an area of historical English settlement encompassing the old Quebec comtés of Arthabaska, Brome, Compton, Drummond, Frontenac, Mégantic, Missisquoi, Richmond, Shefford, Sherbrooke, Stanstead and Wolfe.

During the French regime, the Eastern Townships remained unsurveyed, as French settlers preferred to be as close to the St. Lawrence. Township Grid System of Alberta Description This map represents the province with the Alberta Township System (ATS) overlaid for referencing legal land descriptions in the The ATS is a variant of the Dominion Land Survey (DLS) system as implemented in Canada.

The digital files containing the Northwest Territories at township Legislative Assembly established for the North West Territories Responsible Government for the North West Territories, after agitation led by Premier Haultain.

/ In the great western boom Saskatchewan's population grows at fastest of the prairie provinces, nearly % f to. Title:: History of the Eastern Townships, Province of Quebec, Dominion of Canada: Civil and Descriptive: Author:: Day, C.

(Catherine Matilda), The Baptist Year Book for Ontario, Quebec, Manitoba and the North-West Territories Catalogue of the Officers and Students of the Burlington Ladies’ Academy of Hamilton, Canada West Catalogue of the Officers and Students of Toronto Baptist College, McMaster Hall.

Illustrated Atlas of the County of Victoria bound with Illustrated Atlas of Dominion of Canada containing authentic and complete Maps of all the Provinces the North-West Territories and the Island of NewFoundland from the latest official surveys and plans, by permission of the general and provincial governments, together with a general.Northwest Territories Tourism is a not for profit organization, responsible to over tourism business members in the Northwest Territories.

We are the Destination Marketing Organization (DMO) for the NWT tasked with marketing Northwest Territories Tourism (NWTT) products. NWTT promotes tourism product locally, nationally and internationally.Map of A map from of the Dominion of Canada and Newfoundland (Newfoundland and Labrador were not part of the Canadian Confederation until ), showing the provinces at the time, provincial capitals, major cities, towns, and settlements, railways, mountain systems, lakes, rivers, coastal features, and islands of the region.

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