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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
See McNutt; MacNutt current spelling.
Macoun Settlement is mentioned at 1901 census placename of Estevan. Macoun est a P.O. in 1903 at 22-4-10-W2, its present location.
Maksiloka (AKA Makeloka) 34-30-W1 is mentioned on the 1901 census at Pelly 203-x(2)-2
Manor See Carlyle 33 7 1 W 2
1901 and present day location. 1883 location Carlyle Sec.26, Twp.7, R.3, W2
Maple Creek Assiniboia West/Ouest 15 11 26 W 3
1883 and present location.
Maple Creek
Fox Valley at 26-17-26-W3 and Maple Creek at 15-11-26-W3 are the closest present day locations to the 1901 census place name of Big Stick Lake
Margfield Assiniboia East/Est
Maryfield [actual] Maryfield census includes Maryfield School Sec28-Tsp 10- Rge 30- W1, Lippentott P.O. Sec 24- Tsp 10-Rge 30-W1 and Maryfield P.O. Sec 32-Tsp 10-Rge 32-W1, British American Co.
Marlborough Assiniboia West/Ouest 34 18 27 W 2
1884 Location Marlborough does not exist anymore. The 1901 census area mentions Farewell School, Marlborough School. The location is NW of Belbeck 31-17-26-W2 and SW of Tuxford 5-19-26-W2.
The 1901 census placename of Point Elma does not exist anymore. The present day Marquis 20-27-W 2 is close to this location.
Maryfield 4 11 30 W 1
See 1901 placename of Margfield 1896 Location. (present location. 17-10-30-W1) Maryfield is closest to the 1901 census placename of Heron which does not exist anymore.
McLean Village included on the 1901 census return for St Joseph McLean hd a P.O. est 1884-1889 at 18-18-15-W2, then re-established at 13-18-16-W2 in 1893. The 1901 census shows McLean Village at 12-18-16-W2
McNutt Assiniboia East/Est
MacNutt [current spelling] Present location is 22-24-30-W1. 1911 p.o. est. 22-24-30-WPM.
Meadow Lake Saskatchewan 25 59 17 W 3
P.O. est. 1911. Present and HBC NWC Trading Post location est c1779, throughout 1800s.
Medicine Hat
1883 P.O. location Sec. 31, Twp.12, R. 5, W4M (The present day border of the 4th Meridian between Alberta and Saskatchewan was not the same border used between provisional districts)
Medicine Hat (North/Nord) Assiniboia West/Ouest

Medicine Hat (North-west / Nord-Ouest) Assiniboia West/Ouest

Medicine Hat (South / Sud) Assiniboia West/Ouest

The 1901 census placename of Stony Creek. Stoney Creek [Actual] is just South of present day at Melfort 7-45-18-W2. (spelled Melford on 1901 census).
Crooked Lake at 8- 29- 2- W 2 had a later name of Menofield. This is NOT the same location as the 1901 census placename of Crooked lake which is around Tsp 43,44-Rge 25,26-West of the 2nd meridian.
Meota Saskatchewan 10 47 17 W 3
Present location is 8-47-17-W3 Meota name from 1894-1911 at location 10-47-17-W3 then named Prince. 1910-1911 Location. 8-47-17-W3 was named Beachview, then in 1911 this location renamed Meota.
Milestone Assiniboia West/Ouest 15 12 19 W 2
Present location is 16-12-19-W2 1900 Location.
Mistawasis Saskatchewan 27 48 6 W 3
1896 Location. Mistawasis does not exist anymore. The 1901 census area is NW of Kilwinning 47-5-W3 and W of Parkside 28-48-4-W3
Moffatt Assiniboia East/Est 36 15 10 W 2
Present location is 26-15-10-W2 1886 Location.
Montgomery Assiniboia East/Est 20 13 3 W 2
1884 Location. Montgomery does not exist anymore. The 1901 census area is North of present day Langbank 1-13-3-W2 and West of Hawthorne.
Montmartre Assiniboia East/Est 16 15 11 W 2
Present location is 33-15-11-W2 1894 Location.
Montreal Lake Athabaska, Unorganized Territories / Territoires Non Organis"s
See Lac La Ronge Montreal Lake Pelican Narrows
Montreal Lake Saskatchewan
In 1911 unsurveyed. HBC fur trading post. Montreal Lake settlement is on the south shore of Montreal Lake. Includes on schedule 2 Red Deer Lake, Red Deer Narrows, rince Albert, Montreal Lake, Little Trout Lake, Pelican Lake, Dore Lake, Sled Lake, Dog Bag Lake.
Montreal Lake See Athabaska
1891-1930 HBC trading post right on the sourthern tip of Montreal Lake. This 1901 census placename of Montreal Lake includes William Charles Band, Montreal Lake, Sk, and James Roberts Band, Lac La Ronge.
Moose Jaw 29 16 26 W 2
Present location is 32-16-26-W2. 1883 Location. The 1901 census placename of Pioneer does not exist anymore, Moose Jaw is NE of the Pioneer area.
Moose Jaw (North-East / Nord-est) Assiniboia West/Ouest
Moose Jaw town and Tsp 17-Rge 25-W2, Tsp 17-Rge 26-W2 Episcopal and Methodist Churches
Moose Jaw (South / Sud) Assiniboia West/Ouest
Moose Jaw town and Tsp 16-Rge 26-W2, Tsp 15-Rge 25,26-W2 Fort William, Pasqua, Manitoba St. S. River St. River St.
Moose Jaw (West / Ouest) Assiniboia West/Ouest
Moose Jaw town and Tsp 17-Rge 25,26-W2 Three public schools.
Moose Lake Saskatchewan
Unsurveyed P.O. location - as of 1907 27- 54- 20 WPM The 1901 census has no locations given, but includesa Church, Sunday School and Public School. There is a Moose Lake School Dist no 1698 at 27,34,35-54-20-W1.
Moose Mountain 18 9 1 W 2
1883 location There were 2 HBC trading posts named Moose Mountain in the 1800s. Moose Mountain does not exist anymore. Moose Mountain Provincial Park is located at 10-3-W2
Moose Mountain (Agency/Agence) Assiniboia East/Est
Moose Mountain agency administered Pheasant Rump Band, Striped Blanket Band No. 69, White Bears Band No. 70.
Moose Woods Indian Reserve
Moose Woods Indian Reserve Non Treaty enumerated on Dundurn 1901 census.
Moosomin 4 14 31 W 1
Present location is 32-13-32-W1 1882 Location. The 1901 census placename of New Hastings does not exist anymore. Moosomin is SW of this 1901 area.
Moosomin (North / Nord) Assiniboia East/Est
Schedule 2 includes Elgin School, Tsp 14,15-Rge 31-W1, Tsp 12,14-Rge 30-W1 Tsp 13-Tge 31-W1
Moosomin (South / Sud) Assiniboia East/Est
Schedule 2 for 203-q(2)-1 includes Town of Moosomin. Schedule 2 for 203-q(2)-2 includes Tsp 13-Rge 30, 32-W1, Tsp 10-Rge 31-W1 (very faint)
Morse P.O. est. 1906 at 9-17-8-W3 is included in the 1901 census under the placename Chaplin.
Mossy Portage Saskatchewan
Mossey Portage.
Mulock (See Kamsack) Assiniboia East/Est 4 28 1 W 2
See the 1901 census placename of Kamsack Mulock is District 203-e(2). Schedule 2 for Mulock contains Doukhobor villages Puzurioka 25-29-1-W2, Slavianka 25-29-1-W2, Veinofka 33-29-1-W2, Veirofka 33-29-1-W2, Mulock 4-28-1-W2, 24-28-1-W2, Blazadarockan 30-29-1-W2, Tsp 28-Rge 1,2-W2 and Tsp 27-Rge 1-w2, Tsp 29-Rge 1,2-W2. Schedule 1 lists Puziriokia, Usenoka, Slavesroka Company No. 1, Slavianka Company no. 2, Vurofka, Large Veirofka. [spelling]
Muscow is not on the 1901 census. Muscow 32-20-14-w2 is the closest present day location to the 1901 census placename of Kranzberg
Muscowpetung (Agency/Agence) See File Hills Agency
Muskeg Lake Saskatchewan
Present Day Muskeg Lake Indian Reserve at 47-7-W3, 46-7-W3, 47-10-W3. HBC Trading Post c1894. 1901 census location includes Muskeg Lake, Aldina present location is SE36-46-7-W3, Thick Wood Mountains (NW of Saskatoon), Red Berry Lake (NW of Saskatoon), Bear Lake, Sposoko [sp] Village, Azenka [sp] Village, Puzenka Village, Havillia Village, Toviska Village, and a couple more villages.
Muskowpehung (Agency/Agence) See File Hills Agency
Muskowpetung's Reserve
Muskowpetung's Reserve administered by Qu'Appelle Agency. See census placename of File Hills (Agency/Agence) & Muskowpehung (Agency/Agence) Muskowpetung's Indian Agency is mentioned in locations under Loon Creek

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