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Census 1901 Placename Index

NWT Placenames on the 1901 Census
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Placename NWT Provisional District Sec Twp Rge W Meridian
Ohlen Assiniboia East/Est 30 18 2 W 2
1887 Location. Ohlen does not exist anymore. The 1901 census area is West of Hazelcliffe 27-18-33-W1, SE of Stockholm 25-19-3-W2, SW of Esterhazy 28-19-1-W2 and SW of Tantallon 16-18-32-W1.
Old Wives Creek
Old Wives Creek Tsp 13-Rge 4-W3 is included in the 1901 census under the placename Chaplin.
Old Wives Lake Assiniboia West/Ouest
Old Wives P.O. est 1912 14-14-30-W2. (Current location Old Wives is 25-14-30-W2) Old Wives Creek HBC trading post est. 1868.
One Arrow
One Arrow, Batoche is enumerated at 1901 census placenames of Duck Lake Agency.
Onion Lake Saskatchewan 54 27 W 3
1890 location. (Present day location 6-55-27-W3) HBC trading post est. 1887 through to 1928. Mentioned on schedule 2 are Onion Lake, Battleford Village, Cold Lake, Duck Lake and English River.
Osler Saskatchewan 20 39 4 W 3
1891 and present location. This 1901 census area includes Tsp 39-Rge 3,4,5, 8,9-W3. There are a few unincorporated villages mentioned: Neuhorst 31-39-5-W3, Osterwick 5-39-5-W3, Karrillofka 14-39-8-W3, Bahadanofka 20-39-8-W3, Pakrafka 4-39-9-W3. On schedule 1, at 39-8-3 Kerrillovokla, Karrillofka, Kerrllovka is spelled out on p 6,7,8 differently.
5-39-4-W3 Osterwick, an unincorporated village is located on 1901 census at placename Osler
Otthon Assiniboia East/Est 36 24 5 W 2
1896 Location. Later locations 14-24-5-W2, 26-24-5-W2 Otthon does not exist anymore. The 1901 census location is SW of Rhein 23-27-2-W2 and NE of McKim 9-24-5-W2.
Oxbow Assiniboia East/Est 23 3 2 W 2
1892 and present day location. Oxbow at 23-3-2-W2 is on the 1901 census and is also the closest present day location to the 1901 census placename of Dalesboro which does not exist anymore.

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NWT Placenames on the 1901 Census
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