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1901 Census

Census 1901 Placename Index

NWT Placenames on the 1901 Census
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Assinboia East/EstT-6552
Assiniboia West/Ouest T-6553
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Placename NWT Provisional District Sec Twp Rge W Meridian
Abernethy at 25-20-11-W2 is the closest present day locations to the 1901 census place names of Chickney, Hillfarm and Carlsruhe which do not exist anymore.
Pattee at 34-17-22-W2 and Adams at 31-17-21-W2 are the closest present day locations to the 1901 census place name of Cottonwood.
Alameda Assiniboia East/Est 20 3 2 W 2
(Present Location 1-4-3-W2). 1883 Location.
Albatross 22-18-20-W2 is not on the 1901 census. It is closest to the 1901 census place name of Stirling which does not exist anymore.
Aldina p.o. est 1896 at 46-7-W3. Present day location is SE 36-46-7-W3. Aldina is mentioned on 1901 census placename of Muskeg Lake
Alida at 16-5-33-W1 is the closest present day placename to the 1901 census location of St. Raffael which does not exist anymore.
Alma Assiniboia East/Est 24 8 7 W 2
1897 Location. East of present day Stoughton 28-8-8-W2.
Antler from 1884-1895 at location 4-3-30-W1. Later name Gainsborough 4-3-30-W1. Antler name RE-used in 1900 at location 14-7-30-W1. Antler P.O. at Sec 6-Tsp 8-Rge 30-W1 is mentioned on the 1901 census at placename Heron Antler placename is also mentioned on the 1901 census placename of Bellegarde between lines Sec 36-Tsp 6-Rge 31-W1 and Sec 36- Tsp 7-Rge 30-W1. Also listed were a school (école dans la Français) and Antler Hall.
Arat Assiniboia West/Ouest 36 18 18 W 2
Presently named Zehner. 1901 Location.
See Clare: April 1, 1901, a new P.O. named Arcola was opened at the railway station. Clare and Arcola P.O.s were closed. (Arcola is at 9-8-4-W2)
Arrochar name 1886-1900 then named Red Jacket. See Red Jacket on 1901 Census.
Asloblagenia (AKA Asloklaquria) 34-32-W1 is mentioned on the 1901 census at Pelly 203-x(2)-2
10-8-30-W2 is the present day location for Assiniboia.
Assiniboia (Agency/Agence) Assiniboia East/Est

Assiniboia Reserve
Assiniboia (Assinaboia is how it is spelled on that census return) Reserve location is listed at Sintaluta. Assiniboia Reserve is enumerated at with its administrative agency.
Assiniskak Settlement is enumerated at the 1901 census placename of Pine Bluff
Athabaska Unorganized Territories/Territoires Non Organisés

Zeneta at 22-20-1-W2 and Atwater at 4-21-2-W2 are present day locations close to the 1901 census placename of Kinbrae which does not exist anymore.

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NWT Placenames on the 1901 Census
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