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2 edition of 1910 settlers" guide to Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta found in the catalog.

1910 settlers" guide to Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta

Macleod, Alta., Morley, Alta., and East

by Canadian Pacific Railway Company

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  • 36 Currently reading

Published by Canadian Pacific Railway Company in Montréal? .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Emigration and immigration,
  • Colonisation intérieure,
  • Land settlement,
  • Canadian Pacific Railway Company,
  • Émigration et immigration

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesSettlers" guide, 1910, Nineteen hundred and ten settlers" guide to Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta
    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 9-90492, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 9-90492
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (27 fr.)
    Number of Pages27
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24974581M
    ISBN 100659904926
    OCLC/WorldCa150584959

    In Manitoba, land records are one of the areas where genealogists can learn much about their ancestors. This is particularly true if your ancestors were homesteaders or were one of the early settlers. However, to make the best use of the land records one must understand the . Canadian Maps. Souvenir Highway Map-Province of Saskatchewan; Early s Map of Western Canada, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba: Canadian National Railways (shows township, range, meridian markings); The New World Atlas and Gazetteer Edition, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba (shows Provincial Electoral Districts ), California (Shows .

    Old maps of Alberta on Old Maps Online. Alberta, Saskatchewan. 1: Rand McNally and Company. No, Telegraphs: British Columbia, Yukon and Alberta 1: Canada. Department of Interior Shell Manitoba - Saskatchewan. Alaska Highway. Calgary. Edmonton. 1 . Manitoba and the great North-West the field for investment.

    Red River Resistance; province of Manitoba is created: , B.C. and P.E.I. join Canada: North-West Rebellion; the Canadian Pacific Railway is completed: The provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan are created: – World War I: Women win the vote in Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta: The Winnipeg General. A number of highways in southern Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta roughly follow the original route. In Alberta, the trail follows Highways 3, 4, 61, , and In Saskatchewan, Highway 13 is designated as Red Coat Trail. The travel corridor from the Manitoba—Saskatchewan border to Winnipeg follows Manitoba PTH 2. Alberta.


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1910 settlers" guide to Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta by Canadian Pacific Railway Company Download PDF EPUB FB2

Settlers' guide, Nineteen hundred and ten settlers' guide to Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta CIHM/ICMH microfiche series ; no.

Published [Montréal?: Canadian Pacific Railway Company, ?] Identifier. Nea Norwegians came to Alberta and Saskatchewan, and ab Swedes created block settlements in Erickson, Manitoba and rural Saskatchewan.

Immigration to the Prairies between and diversified the land by building a solid agricultural and resource-based economy in the West, and by establishing a web of unique cultures. The Manitoba Local Histories collection was launched in partnership with the Manitoba Library Consortium.

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This database contains overreferences to land grants (Letters Patent) issued for Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and the railway belt of British Columbia between and To find out what is included, see the Records. Manitoba. Manitoba is a history-rich region of Canada that traces its roots back to the Red River Settlement of the early 19th century, a small colony in southern Rupert’s Land inhabited by aboriginal women, French-Canadian fur traders, and their mixed-race offspring, known as the Métis people formed a distinctive hybrid culture of aboriginal and French traditions, and were.

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Background. After the Red River Rebellion of –, many of the Métis moved from Manitoba to the Fort Carlton region of the Northwest Territories, where they founded the Southbranch settlements of Fish Creek, Batoche, St. Laurent, St. Louis, and Duck Lake on or near the South Saskatchewan River.

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Ukrainian Settlements in Manitoba Manitoba, especially its capital city Winnipeg, will always have great historical significance in the settlement of Ukrainians in Canada.

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