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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
Pacraaka 34-31-W1 is mentioned on the 1901 census at Pelly 203-x(2)-2
4-39-9-W3 Pakrafka, an unincorporated village is located on 1901 census at placename Osler
Pakrafka 34&35-30-2-W2 is mentioned on the 1901 census at Pelly 203-x(2)-1
Parkbeg Assiniboia West/Ouest 31 17 2 W 3
1896 location. (present day location is 19-17-2-W3)
Mentioned on the 1901 census for Kranzberg Parklands was a post office est. 1885 at 20-22-14-W2
Parkside is not on the 1901 census. Parkside 28-48-4-W3 is East of the 1901 census placename of Mistawasis which does not exist anymore.
Pas (Agency/Agence) Saskatchewan
Pas Agency administered in 1901 the '(Book/Livre) 1' Woosen Lake Band and enumerated in 'Book2/Livre 2 ' Squaw Rapids Band. (other records show Pas Agency administers Shoal Lake,Cumberland House and Red Earth.)
Pas Mountain Saskatchewan
HBC Fur Trading Posts operating here from 1885 through 1830.North East of Carrot River, Saskatchewan.
Pasqua Assiniboia West/Ouest 2 17 25 W 2
1883 Location. (Present day location is 28-16-25-W2)
Pasqua 28-16-25-W2 included on Schedule 2 for MMoose Jaw South/Sud. Pasqua est P.O. 1883 at 2-17-25-W2, which later moved to 28-16-25-W2.
Paterfeffshe is mentioned on the 1901 census at Pelly 203-x(2)-1
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.
Kamsack lists on schedule 1 Pedroka
Pelican Lake
Pelican Lake included on schedule 2 for Montreal Lake, Sk
Pelican Narrows Athabaska, Unorganized Territories / Territoires Non Organis"s
See Lac La Ronge Montreal Lake Pelican Narrows
Pelly Assiniboia East/Est
Fort Pelly. 1889 and present location is at 30 - 32 - 32 - W 1 Pelly 'South' 203-x(2)-1 includes Terr-pain-ya 24-31-1-W1, (AKA Terrpaenia, Terrepaenia) Smyronoffka 25-31-2-W2, Paterfeffshe, Peterpepka 22-31-2-W2, Slavanka 4-32-2-W2, Pakrafka 34&35-30-2-W2, Doukhobor Village Savoloka, Doukhobor Village Spovorka, Spasofka, Savelifka.
Pelly Assiniboia East/Est
Fort Pelly. 1889 and present location is at 30 - 32 - 32 - W 1 Pelly 203 x(2)-2 includes Tsp 33,34- Rge 30-W1, Tsp 33-Rge 1,2,3-W2, Tsp 34-Rge 30, 31, 32-W1. Pelly 203-x(2)-2 also includes Noratoitska 34-20-W1, Vera Tsp 34-30-W1, Lubaminiko (AKA Lubameuroka) 34-30-W1, Badanaqua 34-32-W1, Tuhamuroka (AKA Techamuroka) 33-32-W1, Strodiyuka 33-32-W1, Pacraaka 34-31-W2, Spasorka 34-31-W1, Asloblagenia (AKA Asloklaquria) 34-32-W1, Maksiloka (AKA Makeloka) 34-30-W1, Wasnes Sleinyak (AKA Nasnesainyako) 34-30-W2, Stroidiyuka 34-31-W1
Pelly (Agency/Agence) Assiniboia East/Est

Pend'Oreille Assiniboia West/Ouest
Pen d'Oreille NWMP Post set up in in the very SW corner of Assiniboia West in 1888 . West of Fort Walsh. Census area of Pen d'Orille covers TSP 6-Rge 5, Tsp 8-Rge 2, Tsp 7-Reg 2, Tsp 8-Rge 2,-Tsp 10-Rge 2,- Tsp 4- Rge 2, Tsp 4-Rge 1, Tsp 5-Rge 3, Tsp 6-Rge 5, Tsp 7-Rge 2 West of the 4th meridian. (The present day border of the 4th Meridian between Alberta and Saskatchewan was not the same border used between provisional districts)
Pengarth Assiniboia West/Ouest 18 23 22 W 2
1886 Location. Pengarth does not exist anymore,the location is west of present day Gibbs 28-22-21-W2, NW of Silton 3-21-21-W2 and SW of Bulyea 27-23-21-W2.
Pense Village
See 1901 census placename of Grande Coul"e [actual spelling is Grand Coulee Pense Village not incorporated 17-25-W2 is located on schedule 2.
Perceval Assiniboia East/Est
Percival alt spelling is current and census spelling. Search engine uses Perceval.
See Perceval on 1901 census. Percival P.O. office est. 1902 at 19 - 16 - 3 - W 2 1897 had Scandinavian settlers to Percival. West of Broadview.
Percy Assiniboia East/Est 4 9 5 W 2
1889 Location. Percy does not exist anymore. The Percy area is North of Kisbey 18-8-5-W2, Nw of Arcola 9-8-4-W2 and N of Armilla 11-8-5-W2.
Peterpepka 22-31-2-W2 is mentioned on the 1901 census at Pelly 203-x(2)-1
Doukhobor Village of Petrofka 35-42-8-W3 is enumerated on the 1901 census at Pheasant Forks Assiniboia East/Est 22 21 9 W 2
1883 and present Location.
Pheasant Rump Band
Administered by the Moose Mountain Agency. See 1901 census placename Moose Mountain Agency.
Piapot's Reserve
Piapot's Reserve administered by Qu'Appelle Agency. See census placename of File Hills (Agency/Agence) & Muskowpehung (Agency/Agence)
Pine Bluff Saskatchewan
Present day Pine Bluff Indian Reserve is located at 21-59-6-W2 Northern Saskatchewan however no reserves are enumerated at this 1901 census placename. On the 1901 census for Pine Bluff no location is mentioned, but Assiniskak Settlement, Pelican Narrows, and Pine Bluff are included. A present location for Pelican Narrows would be north of Deschambault Lake.
Pinkie 21-17-20-W2 is not on the 1901 census. It is closest to the 1901 census placename of Sherwood which does not exist anymore.
Pioneer Assiniboia West/Ouest 30 16 27 W 2
1895 Location. Pioneer does not exist anymore. The 1901 census location is SW of Moose Jaw 32-16-26-W2.
Point Elma Assiniboia West/Ouest 10 19 26 W 2
1891 Location. Point Elma does not exist anymore. It is close to Buffalo Lake, the 1901 census place name of Buffalo. The present day Marquis 20-27-W 2 is close to this location. Point Elma location is NW of present day Tuxford 5-19-26-W2.
Polwarth is not on the 1901 census. Polwarth 40-51-5-W3 is close to Devil Lake which does not exist anymore.
Poor Man's Band
see 1901 census location Touchwood Agency. Administered by Touchwood Agency.
The unincorporated village of Pozivajeffka 27-44-6-W3 is included in the 1901 census placename of Tiefengrund
See Meota. Later name was Prince.
Prince Albert 48 26 W 2
(Present location is at 10-49-26-W2) 1879 Location - Section and Range are not given. HBC Prince Albert trading post est. 1868 to 1912 Prince Albert also is included on schedule 2 for Montreal Lake, Sk
Prince Albert (East/Est) Saskatchewan
Prince Albert includes Post Office, Brewery, Churches, Hotel, Victoria Hospital, Court House, Bank, Saskatchewan Times, Advocate Office, Registry Office, Tsp 46, 47, 48-Rge 26-W2
Prince Albert (North/Nord) Saskatchewan
Includes 'Prince Albert North' on the Little Red River, near Wahpaton Sioux Reserve.
Prince Albert (West/Ouest) Saskatchewan
Includes 'Prince Albert West' which includes Prince Albert Barracks, Deer Lodge, En collage, River Side, Hazel Dale, Moirs Old Store, River Side Farms, Tsp 47, 48-Rge 27-w2
Prosperity Assiniboia East/Est 16 16 32 W 1
1895 Location. Prosperity does not exist anymore, the location is west of present day place name of Rocanville 21-16-31-W1
Prouse Lake
See Nut Lake mentioned on schedule 2.
Mulock - See Kamsack lists on schedule 2 Puzurioka 25-29-1-W2

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