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1901 Census

Census 1901 Placename Index

NWT Placenames on the 1901 Census
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Placename NWT Provisional District Sec Twp Rge W Meridian
La Corne Saskatchewan 48 20 W 2
Fort à La Corne alt. Spelling.(Present location is 14-48-20-W2) 1891 location.
Lac Croche
The 1901 census place name Crooked Lake includes placename Lac Croche
Lac La Ronge Montreal Lake Pelican Narrows Athabaska, Unorganized Territories / Territoires Non Organisés
North East of Prince Albert 10-49-26-W2. There were various trading posts set up in this area from c1797. This census enumerates William Charles Band Montreal Lake, and James Roberts Band, Montreal Lake
The 1901 census placename of Tiefengrund Previous Name, which is on the 1901 census. Present location is at 24-43-5-W3 Laird is the closest present day location to the 1901 census placename of Ebenfeld which does not exist anymore.
Lake La Ronge Saskatchewan
Lake La Ronge' should be Lac La Ronge. 205-f(1)-2 near Lac La Ronge, and includesStanley Post near Stanley Churchill River, Stanley English River. NE of La Ronge. Stanley HBC Trading Post est. 1853-1930+.
Lake La Ronge Saskatchewan
Lake La Ronge' should be Lac La Ronge. 205-f(1)-1 includes Lac La Ronge, Kitche Sagihk, Big Stone River in the Lac La Ronge area, northern Saskatchewan.NE of Prince Albert 10-49-26-W2 There were various trading posts set up in this area from c1797.
Langbank is not on the 1901 census. Langbank is a present day ocation S of the 1901 census place name of Montgomery which does not exist anymore.
Langenburg Assiniboia East/Est 27 21 31 W 1
1888 and present location. Langenburg is on the 1901 census, and it is also SW of the 1901 census placename Echo which does not exist anymore.
Large Veirofka
Mulock - See Kamsack lists on schedule 1 Large Veirofka
Lawrie 6 29 7 W 2
Insinger at location 6-29-7-W2 changed name to Lawrie in 1907.
Lebret included on Fort Qu'Appelle 1901 census. P.O. est at Lebret in 1886.
Lemberg at 21-20-9-W2 and Abernethy at 25-20-11-W2 are the closest present day locations to the 1901 census place name of Chickney which does not exist anymore.
Lemsford at 9-22-23-W3 is the closest present day location to the 1901 census place name of Crane Lake
Lippentott P.O. Sec. 24-Tsp 10-Rge 30-W1 mentioned on Maryfield census Margfield Lippentott P.O. was est. 1887- at - 6-11-29-W1.
Lipton 26-22-13-W2 is not on the 1901 census. It is the closest present day location to the 1901 census placename of Hayward
Little Nut Lake
See Nut Lake mentioned on schedule 2.
Little Plume Assiniboia West/Ouest
Alberta P.O. at Sec. 20, Twp. 9, R. 5, W4M - 1903-10-15 c The census area covers the location Tsp 9-Rge 5,6-W 4, Tsp 10-Rge 5,6-W4, and Tsp 11-Rge 5-W4. (The present day border of the 4th Meridian between Alberta and Saskatchewan was not the same border used between provisional districts)
Little Trout Lake
Little Trout Lake included on schedule 2 for Montreal Lake, Sk
Longlaketon Assiniboia West/Ouest 14 21 21 W 2
1884 Location Longlaketon in the Regina area. Longlaketon does not exist anymore. The location is West of present day Silton 30-21-21-W2 and is North of Valeport 4-21-21-W2
There was an Echo P.O. in 1911 18-3-20-W3 which was later at 35-2-22-W3. There was also an EchoP.O. named in 1923 which was previously Cariss and Later Loomis at 17- 4-21-W3 later at 14-3-21-W3. The Echo on the 1901 census is at Tsp 21,23-Rge 30-W1, so is not close to more recent placenames named "Echo", it just has been a popular name.
Loon Creek Assiniboia West/Ouest 6 22 17 W 2
1884 Location. Later location at 34-21-17-W2. Muskowpetung's Indian Agency is mentioned in locations. The 1901 place name of Loon Creek does not exist anymore. The location is SW of present day Cupar 8-23-16-W2 and South of Markinch 7-23-17-W2.
The unincorporated village of Lorellaya 20-40-9-W3 is included in the 1901 census placename of Tiefengrund
Lubameuroka (AKA Lubaminiko, Lahamuroka) 34-30-W1 is mentioned on the 1901 census at Pelly 203-x(2)-2
Lumsden Assiniboia West/Ouest 33 19 21 W 2
Present and 1892 location

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NWT Placenames on the 1901 Census
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