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

west of the fourth and fifth initial meridians

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      • Published under the authority of the Hon. Thomas White, Minister of the Interior.1

        StatementMacLean, Roger
        PublishersMacLean, Roger
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        LC Classifications1886
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        Paginationxvi, 64 p. :
        Number of Pages83
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        ISBN 10nodata
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The westward progression however does appear to be the same.

Descriptions of the Townships of the North

Even numbered sections were reserved for homesteads and pre-emptions, while odd-numbered sections were sold. How many incomplete townships are there? In less than a month, almost 3,000 troops had been transported west; most were militia units from but the force included two battalions and one from.

July 26, 1874: Ontario provisionally expanded Descriptions of the townships of the North-West territories and west. Consult the list of to find out what sub-districts are missing. 2: Between the Third and Fourth Initial Meridians Outlines - Rolling prairie, the northern part rolling heavily.

Principal Meridian: The reference or beginning point for measuring east or west ranges. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. To commence the surveys, it was necessary to first determine the precise locations of the 49th Parallel and the First Principal Meridian, the two most basic elements of the survey that would serve as anchors or main horizontal and vertical reference lines for the surveys themselves.

The federal government then surveyed these areas under the DLS. Resistance Increases The victory at Duck Lake encouraged a large contingent of to move on from to the west. Even though Saskatchewan became a province in 1905, the lands and natural resources were not transferred to provincial authority until.

These numerically arranged subject files contain letters addressed to various officials of the department. Describe the political and economic background to Confederation.

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Negotiations ended in confusion and the police and volunteers fired at their enemy hidden in a hollow north of the road, and in a cabin to the south. Most of the arrangements for scrip were carried out individually. White, Thomas, 1830-1888: page images at HathiTrust•