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  • (1913), Volume 13 Saskatchewan and Alberta by Adrian Gabriel Morice 93279Catholic Encyclopedia (1913), Volume 13 Saskatchewan and AlbertaAdrian
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  • province of Canada in 1905. It and the new province of Saskatchewan were carved out of the Northwest Territories. Out of 22 members in the Canadian Parliament
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  • boundary line, 49° N.; E. by 110° W., vhich divides it from the province of Saskatchewan; N. by 60° N., which separates it from the North-West Territories; and
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  • four months in the summer. Of the nine provinces of Canada only three have no coast line on salt water, Manitoba, Alberta and Saskatchewan, and the first
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  • (mǎn'ĭ-tō'ba) was called the prairie-province up to 1906, when Alberta and Saskatchewan, having received provincial autonomy, also shared the title. It lies
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  • territory from the headstreams of the Missouri in Montana to North Saskatchewan, now in the provinces of Saskatchewan and Alberta, and from long. 105° to the
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  • of their former territory is now included in the Canadian provinces of Manitoba, Assiniboia, and Saskatchewan. Their chief alliance was with the Assiniboin;
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  • the highest parts being near the Rocky Mountains. In Alberta and the southern part of Saskatchewan the elevation varies between 2000 and 5000 feet. This
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  • Edmonton Edmonton, the capital of Alberta, population 16,000, on the Saskatchewan River, is 180 miles north of Calgary.  Valuable coal-fields surround
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  • Popular Science Monthly/Volume 55/October 1899/The Wheat Lands of Canada (category Agriculture articles in Popular Science Monthly)
    cultivation, while in eastern and southern Assiniboia there are some 20,000,000 acres, in the valley of the Saskatchewan 14,000,000 acres, and in northern Alberta
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  • stretching from the southern headwaters of the Missouri, in Montana, almost to the North Saskatchewan, in Canada, and from about 105° W. longitude to the base
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  • Signatures. Schedule Schedule to the British North America Act, 1930: (3.) Saskatchewan Memorandum of Agreement Transfer of Public Lands Generally. School Lands
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  • in 1889.  It is bounded on the north by Manitoba and Saskatchewan; on the south by South Dakota; on the east by the Red River of the North, which in part
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  • Signatures. Schedule Schedule to the Constitution Act, 1930: (3.) Saskatchewan Memorandum of Agreement Transfer of Public Lands Generally. School Lands
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  • teachers; 372,599 pupils; 285,418 average attendance; 4,465,537 expenditures Saskatchewan: 1,754 schools; 1,500 teachers; *37,622 pupils; *19,841 average attendance;
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  • and supplementary benefits. AGRICULTURE AND IMMIGRATION 95. Concurrent Powers of Legislation respecting Agriculture, etc. Part VII: Judicature
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  • Assiniboia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan. In these four British prov- inces and in the four American States, dollar wheat in London would in twenty years open more
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  • Popular Science Monthly/Volume 29/June 1886/Ethnology of the Blackfoot Tribes (category Ethnology articles in Popular Science Monthly)
    the Saskatchewan. This region was the favorite resort of the buffalo, whose vast herds afforded the Indians their principal means of subsistence. In the
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  • Dakota NORTH DAKOTA, a State in the North Central Division of the North American Union; bounded by Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Minnesota, South Dakota, and
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  • Abbreviations I. Type.—Headings printed in bold Clarendon type (e.g. ALEPPO represent article headings in the Encyclopædia, and the first reference
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