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1901 Census

Census 1901 Placename Index

NWT Placenames on the 1901 Census
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Assinboia East/EstT-6552
Assiniboia West/Ouest T-6553
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Placename NWT Provisional District Sec Twp Rge W Meridian
Red Deer Assiniboia West/Ouest
Red Deer census district 204 b(2) Land Not Subdivided. Part of Assiniboia West district, schedule 1 says Alberta.
Red Deer Saskatchewan 16 38 27 W 4
Red Deer district 205 v-1. Red Deer is located in present day province of Alberta, but was part of the provisional district of Saskatchewan, NWT. (The present day border of the 4th Meridian between Alberta and Saskatchewan was not the same border used between 1901 provisional districts)
Red Deer Lake
Red Deer Lake included on schedule 2 for Montreal Lake, Sk
Red Deer Narrows
Red Deer Narrows included on schedule 2 for Montreal Lake, Sk
Red Deer River Saskatchewan
This census location Red Deer River district 205-w-1 includes Erwood present location is 11-45-2-W2. P.O. est at Erwood 1905.
Red Jacket Assiniboia East/Est 14 32 W 1
Present location is at 21-14-33-W1. Previous name Arrochar 1886-1900. Red Jacket on the 1901 census includes Tsp 14,15-Rge 32-W1
Red Pheasant Reserve
Location of the Red Pheasant Reserve mentioned on schedule 2 for Beljennie [Baljennie correct spelling]. Red Pheasant (from other sources ) was administered by Battleford Agency, which is where the band should be enumerated according to 1901 census practices.
Regina 19 17 19 W 2
1882 and present location.
Regina (Centre) Assiniboia West/Ouest
Regina Town includes hospital, P.O., Hotel, no locations
Regina (East/Est) Assiniboia West/Ouest
Regina East includes Tsp 17-Rge 18,19-W2, as well as Halifax St. Osler St. Broad St. S. Railway St. St. John St., Ottawa St. for examples
Regina (North/Nord) Assiniboia West/Ouest
Regina North includes Tsp 17,18-Rge 20-W2 Dewdney St., Albert St., the Regina Barracks, Regina Indian Industrial School.
Regina (West/Ouest) Assiniboia West/Ouest
Regina West includes Lorne St. Searth St. South Railway St. Cornwall St., 11 Ave. and Tsp 17-Rge 20-W2.
Reindeer Lake Athabaska, Unorganized Territories / Territoires Non Organisés
South Reindeer House HBC 1800 NWC 1794 South Reindeer Lake HBC post operated 1875-1930 on the south end of Reindeer Lake.
The unincorporated village of Reinfeld 2-41-3-W3 is enumerated on the 1901 census placename of Rosthern
Rhein is not on the 1901 census. Rhein 23-27-2-W2 is NE of the 1901 census placename of Otthon which does not exist anymore.
Richardson 32-16-18-W2 I s not on the 1901 census. Richardson is east of the 1901 census placename of Springdale which does not exist anymore. It is also east of Cechezdorf, Chechedorf, Zichydorf. See Springdale.
Riga Assiniboia East/Est 28 12 33 W 1
1889 Location. Riga does not exist anymore. This 1901 census area Tsp 12-Rge 33,34-W1 is North of present day Kelso 32-11-33-W1. Moosomin area.
Riversdale Assiniboia East/Est 12 21 33 W 1
1890 Location Riversdale does not exist anymore. The 1901 census area is SW of present day Churchbridge 17-22-32-W1 and NE of Zeneta 22-20-1-W2. (This is not the Riversdale associated with Saskatoon)
Rocanville Assiniboia East/Est 16 17 31 W 1
Present location is at 21-16-31-W1 1884 Location. The 1901 census placenames of Prosperity and Hillburn do not exist anymore, their locations are closest to the present day place name of Rocanville 21-16-31-W1 Rocanville, itself is on the 1901 census comprising area Tsp 14,16,17-Rge 31,32-W1.
Roche Percée Assiniboia East/Est 34 1 6 W 2
Present location is at 30-1-6-W2 1890 Location. Roche Percee 1901 census area also includes Coalfields, and Hirsch.
The unincorporated village of Rosengart 35-41-4-W3 is enumerated on the 1901 census placename of Rosthern
Rosthern Saskatchewan 35 42 3 W 3
1893 and present location. 1901 census area includes the unincorporated villages of Reinfeld 2-41-3-W3, Rosengart 35-41-4-W3, Blumenort 41-4-W3, and the Village of Rosthern. Area neighbors Hague
Rouleau Assiniboia West/Ouest 23 14 22 W 2
1895 and present location.
Rowatt 18-16-19-w2 is not on the 1901 census. It is east of the 1901 census placename of Sherwood which does not exist anymore and Rowatt is west of the 1901 census placename of Springdale which also does not exist anymore.
Rush Lake
Rush Lake 17-11-W3 is enumerated at Swift Current. A P.O. est 1903 at 13-17-11-W3
Ryerson is not on the 1901 census. Ryerson 31-9-31-W1 is W of the 1901 census placename of Heron which does not exist anymore.

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NWT Placenames on the 1901 Census
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