5 edition of Whitewood, Assiniboia, North West Territories, Canada found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Charles Marshallsay.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 93519|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (7 fr.)|
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Whitewood, Assiniboia, North West Territories, Assiniboia [microform]: important information for tenant farmers: a description of the settlement, its capabilities and The first secret-ballot election in the Northwest Territories was held in Whitewood in The first sitting of the Supreme Court of Eastern Assiniboia was held Assiniboia before Saskatchewan became a province.
Whitewood is the site of the first successful Finnish settlement in all of -->see chapter on "Minnesota" (they were being optimistic in this is usually referred to as the North West Territories, Canada, and not Minnesota except North West Territories this book) page Town of Bruno history book Up to Now The Bruno History Book ://~cansk/Saskatchewan/ Our Story: The Town of Whitewood.
The Town of Whitewood (Section 7, Towns Range 2, West of the 2nd Meridian), is situated at the junction of the Trans-Canada Highway and #9 and is known through the region as the Crossroads :// Bythe town Whitewood Whitewood, Assiniboia, North West Territories, was a major stop on the new Canadian Paciﬁc Railway.
The town, named for the clumps of white poplar trees in the area, grew steadily from that time. It was located at the mid-point of the rail line between Brandon and Regina, resulting in Whitewood becoming a major stopping-point Whitewood, Assiniboia, North West Territories, Canada important information for tenant farmers a description of the settlement, its capabilities and vacant lands.
ATHABASCA Among the sources of the Saskatchewan and Athabasca rivers () Archie of Athabasca () Whitewood is a town in the Canadian province of is located Canada book kilometers ( mi) east of Regina on the Trans-Canada Highway Sk Hwy is situated at the crossroads of two major highways systems – the Trans-Canada, which runs east and west, and Sk Hwy 9, which runs north and south from the US border to Hudson Bay,Saskatchewan/en-en.
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The Canada History and Genealogy Collection – if you are researching your family links, doing your family tree, or if you just love history – this collection is for you. A huge reference library of over books on four DVDs is at your -- Consists of license to operate in the Province of Manitoba (); company registration in the North-West Territories (); agreement with Gardiner Boyd and George R.R.
Cockburn (); statutory declaration of Thomas Skinner (); Dominion Lands Grants for the parish of St. Agathe, SW1, and NEW1. History and Folklore Summary - - The York Farmers' Colonization Company Limited of #1 Victoria Street, Toronto, Ontario, under the presidency of N.
Clark Wallace was incorporated with a capital of $, The Company sent emissaries to this area of the North West Territories Saskatchewan Roman Catholic Churches ~ Online Parish Registers ~ History The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints has recently released online Saskatchewan Catholic Church Records which include baptisms, confirmations, marriages, burials, and other records between The following account is a brief history of the Roman Catholic ~cansk/Saskatchewan/ The French Counts settled in St.
Hubert, Saskatchewan which was located on Pipestone Creek, 14 kilometers (9 mi) south west of Whitewood, French Counts of St Hubert stayed in the area between and the early s, before World War Hubert is classified presently as an unincorporated area means there are five or more dwellings establishing a settlement, and the civic +hubert+mission+saskatchewan/en-en.
"The unorganized territories of British North America had been ceded to the Dominion soon after Confederation, and the West had been tapped and traversed by the Canadian Pacific Railway in the eighties and nineties," documented the Yearbook of Canada / The Financial Post reported that there were 6, miles of railway ~cansk/Saskatchewan/ Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan, is a small village (legally for historical reasons a town and formerly in ecclesiastical terms a city) with considerable historic significance, located on the Canadian Pacific Railway (CPR) some m (a quarter of a mile) to the north and on the predecessor of the Trans-Canada Highway, some 30 miles (48 km) east of the provincial capital of 'Appelle,_Saskatchewan/en-en.
WHITEWOOD The name was chosen from a bluff of white poplars that were growing nearby. In the s the community was a supply centre because it was located halfway between Regina, Saskatchewan and Brandon, Manitoba.
YELLOW GRASS This town in southern Saskatchewan was named after the yellow grass in the Arthur Public School District # of the North West Territories. Infollowing the first meeting of the Arthur School District,land was purchased and plans laid to erect a school in the Auburnton community.
Assiniboia and District Historical Museum. Assiniboia, Saskatchewan Virtual Museum Canada. Community ://~cansk/school/ Whitewood is a town in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. It is located approximately kilometres ( mi) east of Regina on the Trans-Canada Highway Sk Hwy 1.
It is situated at the crossroads of two major highways systems – the Trans-Canada, which runs east and west, and Sk Hwy 9, which runs north and south from the US border to Hudson Bay, Saskatchewan. Located midway ,_Saskatchewan.
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The federal government survey crew reached this southeastern area of the District of Assiniboia, North-West Territories in Inthe province of Manitoba expanded to its present boundaries and land could be purchased for $10 an acre.
 U.S. President Lincoln's Homestead Act was passed in and lands there were Agnes Tweedy b. 29 Mar Orangeville, Dufferin, Ontario, Canada d. 14 Oct Neepawa, Manitoba, Canada: The Annals of a Humble Race?personID=I75&tree=T22 hours ago The current site is the third Fort Qu'Appelle.
The first was a North West Company trading post (–05), also in the valley but near what is now the Saskatchewan-Manitoba border. The Hudson's Bay Company first used the name for a post north of present-day Whitewood (some km east of Regina on Number 1 Highway) from to 'Appelle.