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  • Saskatchewan Herald 138010Saskatchewan Herald This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published before
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  • Reference Work (1914) Saskatchewan (river) 40640The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Saskatchewan (river) Saskatchewan (săs-kăch′ ḗ-won), a
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  • Student's Reference Work (1914) Saskatchewan (province) 40591The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Saskatchewan (province) Saskatche′wan, a province
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  • Saskatchewan Act 73246Saskatchewan Act 4 & 5 Edward VII, c. 42 (Canada) An Act to establish and provide for the Government of the Province
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  • United States v. Saskatchewan Minerals Great Northern Railway Company Syllabus 929423United States v. Saskatchewan Minerals Great Northern Railway
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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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  • 1930) Constitution Act, 1930 Schedule (1) Manitoba (2) Alberta (3) Saskatchewan (4) British Columbia This document is reproduced under the
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  • Alber′ta became a 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
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  • U.S. 92 (1966) O'Connor v. Ohio 385 U.S. 94 (1966) United States v. Saskatchewan Minerals Great Northern Railway Company 385 U.S. 97 (1966) Board of Public
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  • Saskatchewan Act Schedule 366764Saskatchewan Act — Schedule (Section 13) The province of Saskatchewan shall be divided into twenty­-five electoral
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  • Canada West, and for the organization of the Territories of Selkirk, Saskatchewan, and Columbia Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives
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  • United States v. Saskatchewan Minerals Great Northern Railway Company Opinion of the Court 929425United States v. Saskatchewan Minerals Great Northern
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  • ornithologist and cattle rancher. Resident at Gower Ranch, Eastend, Saskatchewan, Canada. Born in Monmouth, United Kingdom; moved to Canada in 1901.
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  • of Saskatchewan, Canada. Originally part of the Diocese of St. Albert, it was formed, 4 June, 1891, into the Vicariate Apostolic of the Saskatchewan, bounded
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  • Western Sidetrack box cars, make up trains For Weehawken, Oskaloosa, Saskatchewan; The cattle, the coal, the corn, must go In the night...on the prairielands
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  • rivers, and inspected the country between the southern branch of the Saskatchewan and the boundary of the United States, besides determining the possibility
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  • Patrick Sarsfield Diocese of Sarsina Andrea del Sarto Sarum Rite Sasima Saskatchewan and Alberta Archdiocese of Sassari Giovanni Battista Salvi da Sassoferrato
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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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  • Sardanapalus, p. 1679 Sardine — Sardou, p. 1680 Sargassum — Saskatchewan, p. 1681 Saskatchewan — Saturn, p. 1682 Saturn — Savannah, p. 1683 Savannah River
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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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