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Atlas of the Prairie Provinces.

Thomas R. Weir

Atlas of the Prairie Provinces.

[Cartographer: Geoffrey Matthews.

by Thomas R. Weir

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Published by Oxford University Press in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Prairie Provinces -- Maps

  • Edition Notes

    Limited ed. of 500 copies. No. 81, 82.

    ContributionsMatthews, Geoffrey J.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[2] p., 31 leaves of col. maps ;
    Number of Pages31
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20810852M

    Prairie Provinces Contained within the Atlas of Canada's Reference Map Series, to , is a map of the Prairie Provinces. The map shows federal, provincial and territorial boundaries, boundaries of land districts, and boundaries for places of more than 50 inhabitants. Atlas» Learn more about the world with our collection of regional and country maps.

    The Atlas of Canada images, excerpts from books and diaries, treaty documents, and early parliamentary debates. Français. Peel's Prairie Provinces Use this database to find primary source material on the early history and culture of the Canadian Prairie Provinces. Information on Métis and First Nations peoples, Franco-Albertans, Alberta. 2. Quebec -- v. 3. Ontario -- v. 4-A. Manitoba and Saskatchewan -- v. 4-B. Alberta and the Northwest Territories -- v. 4-C. Gazet[t]eer to the Prairie provinces and the N.W.T. -- v. 5-A. British Columbia and Yukon Territory atlas -- v. 5-B. British Columbia and Yukon Territory gazet[t]eer. Each .

    The Métis are primarily known for speaking Michif, the official language of the Métis Nation. However, the Métis speak other languages, including French Michif, a dialect of Canadian French with some Algonquian linguistic features, which is spoken in St. Laurent, Man., St. Ambroise, Man., and St. Louis, Sask.; Northern Michif, a Plains Cree dialect with extensive borrowing of French nouns.   Volume 3, Addressing the Twentieth Century, –, includes a map and discussion of the settlement of the Prairie Provinces. The following historical atlas is still useful: Kerr, D. G. G. A Historical Atlas of Canada. 2d ed. Don Mills, Ont.: Thomas Nelson & Sons (Canada) Ltd.,


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