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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
Nest of Lakes
See Nut Lake mentioned on schedule 2.
See Newdorf. Neudorf is on the 1901 census as Newdorf. Neudorf at 14-20-8-W2 is the closest present day location to the 1901 census placename of Tirée which does not exist anymore.
31-39-5-W3 Neuhorst, an unincorporated village is located on 1901 census at placename Osler
New Hastings Assiniboia East/Est 4 15 30 W 1
1899 Location. On the 1901 census area are Stanley Sec 4-Tsp 14-Rge 30-W1, New Hastings Sec 31-Tsp 14- Rge 30-W1, Bellfield Sec12- Tsp 14-Rge 30-W1. None still exist. Present day Welwyn 35-15-30-W1 is N of this area, and Moosomin 32-13-32-W1 is SW
New Pedroka
Kamsack lists on schedule 1 New Pedroka 27-32-W1
Newdorf Assiniboia East/Est 14 20 8 W 2
Neudorf [current spelling] 1895 location and present. Newdorf is the spelling on the 1901 census.
Noratroitska is mentioned on the 1901 census at Pelly 203-x(2)-2
North Portal Assiniboia East/Est 1 1 5 W 2
1894 and present day location
Nut Lake Saskatchewan
1909 P.O. est. at 10-38-12-W2 Est. 1808 NWC Nut Lake trading post. Nut Lake schedule 2 includes the HBC Post and a Trading Post, Nut lake, Duck Hunting Lake, Nest of Lakes, Egg Lake, Prouse Lake, Doukhobor Village No. 1, Doukhobor Village No. 2. Schedule 1 adds Little Nut Lake.

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NWT Placenames on the 1901 Census
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