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Descriptions of the townships of the North-West Territories, Dominion of Canada

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Published by s.n.] in [Ottawa? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Soils -- Northwest Territories.,
  • Northwest Territories -- Surveys.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementcompiled and arranged from the field notes, plans and reports of the surveyors by George P. Drummond.
    GenreSurveys.
    SeriesCIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 53502.
    ContributionsWhite, Thomas, 1830-1888., Drummond, George P.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination312 p.
    Number of Pages312
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16939954M
    ISBN 100665535023

    Get this from a library! The Canadian west: a geography of Manitoba and the North-west territories. [Alexander McIntyre] -- Illustrations and maps -- 1. Ploughing Scrub-land on the Western Prairie -- 2. Map of the Dominion of Canada -- 3. The Indian of To-day -- . Welcome to Northwest Territories On a planet containing seven billion people, it's difficult to imagine that there are still places as sparsely populated as the Northwest Territories (NWT). A vast swath of boreal forest and Arctic tundra five times the size of the UK, it has a population of a small provincial town.

    The Dominion Land Survey (DLS) is the method used to divide most of Western Canada into one-square-mile ( km 2) sections for agricultural and other is based on the layout of the Public Land Survey System used in the United States, but has several DLS is the dominant survey method in the Prairie provinces, and it is also used in British Columbia along the Railway. Quit claim statement, Assiniboia. -- -- Dominion of Canada to township trustees of 1 ' sections at Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan. M Charles McMillan papers. -- -- Certificate re land sale by township trustees; agreements and correspondence re mortgages; land registration certificates, insurance policies and premium receipts.

      The British government purchased “Rupert’s Land and the North-Western Territory” from the Hudson’s Bay Company (HBC) in Fearing annexation of the territory by the United States, Section of the British North America Act () provided for the inclusion of the vast area into the newly created Dominion of Canada. This Author: Kelly Black. A Graphic description of the Dominion of Canada, and its provinces microform: 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, showing the proximity of the railroad stations, and sea, lake and river ports to the cities, towns, and villages in British North America.


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Descriptions of the townships of the North-West Territories, Dominion of Canada Download PDF EPUB FB2

Descriptions of the townships of the North-west Territories, Dominion of Canada. Ottawa, Printed by MacLean, Roger & Co., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Canada.

Department of the Interior. OCLC Number: Description. Descriptions of the townships of the North-West Territories, Dominion of Canada.

[Ottawa?]: [publisher not identified], (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Thomas White; George P.

Get this from a library. Descriptions of the townships of the North-West Territories, Dominion of Canada: between the third and fourth initial meridians. [Thomas White;]. Descriptions of the townships of the North-West Territories, Dominion of Canada [electronic resource] / By Thomas White and George P.

Drummond. Abstract "Published under the authority of the Hon. Thomas White, Minister of the Interior."Electronic of access:. The Consolidated Ordinances of the Northwest Territories, Being a Consolidation of the Revised Ordinances of the Territories,with the Subsequent Public General Ordinances of the Legislature of the North-West Territories.

in Force Ma 18 by. Descriptions of the townships of the North-west Territories, Dominion of Canada By Canada. Dept. of the Interior. Abstract [1] Between the third and fourth initial meridians. -- [2] West of the fourth and fifth initial of access: Internet Author: Canada.#N# Dept.

of the Interior. Descriptions of the townships of the North-West Territories, Dominion of Canada [electronic resource]: between the third and fourth initial meridians / By Thomas White.

Abstract "Published under the authority of the Hon. Thomas White, Minister of the Interior."Electronic of access: Internet.4Author: Thomas White. A Graphic description of the Dominion of Canada, and its provinces [microform]: 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, showing the proximity of the railroad stations, and sea, lake and river ports to the cities, towns, and villages in British North AmericaPages: In the North-West Territories contracted in size when a large area ofkm 2 (, sq mi), between Manitoba and Ontario and along the entire west coast of Hudson Bay, was established by Canada as a territory named the District of Keewatin.

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 Descriptions of the townships of the North-West Territories, Dominion of Canada [electronic resource]: between the second and third initial meridians. 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. Description of soil and land followed by surveyor's name and date of record.

Ndilǫ, (formerly Rainbow Valley, until ) part of the Akaitcho Territory Government, and represented by the Yellowknives Dene First Nation. It is located at on Latham Island, Yellowknife.

Other census subdivisions. Learn dominion+of+canada with free interactive flashcards. Choose from 15 different sets of dominion+of+canada flashcards on Quizlet. The provinces of Alberta (act) and Saskatchewan (act) were created from the North-West Territories.

The provinces consisted of the area between British Columbia, Manitoba, the 60th parallel north, and the United States, with Alberta west of the 4th meridian of the Dominion Land Survey and Saskatchewan east of it. 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.

Dominion Land Survey Explained. The Dominion Land Survey (DLS) is the method used to divide most of Western Canada into one-square-mile ( km 2) sections for agricultural and other is based on the layout of the Public Land Survey System used in the United States, but has several differences.

The DLS is the dominant survey method in the Prairie provinces, and it is also used in. -->see chapter on "Minnesota" (they were being optimistic in this is usually referred to as the North West Territories, Canada, and not Minnesota except for this book) page Town of Bruno history book Up to Now The Bruno History Book Committee.

Originally published by The Bruno History Book Committee and Printed by Turner-Warwick. The British Crown had claimed two large areas north-west of the Canadian colony, known as Rupert's Land and the North-Western Territory and assigned them to the Hudson's Bay Company.

Inthe company relinquished its claims for £, ($ million), assigning the vast territory to the Government of ry: Federated state.

Illustrated Atlas of the County of Lambton 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 descriptive history, & c.

: 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: 2 p.l.,lviii,xx,14p., atlas folio, original cloth, rebacked, an extensively restored and sophisticated copy, 45 coloured maps on 43 sheets (22 boudle), views on 53 sheets (1 double, 18 full-page), 90 portraits .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, showing the proximity of the railroad stations, and sea, lake and river ports to the cities, towns, and villages in British North America.Northwest Territories Description.

Northwest Territories History. Originally known as the North-western Territories, this Canadian territory was first created in Junewhen the Hudson's Bay Company ceded Rupert's Land and North-western Territories to the government of Canada.