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Places
Places term Scope note Archival description count Authority record count
Town of Beverly (Alberta)
  • annexed by City of Edmonton 1962.
17 0
Northwest Territories
  • In 1870, the Hudson's Bay Company acquired Rupert's Land and the Northwestern Territory, naming the new territory Northwest Territories. In 1880, the arctic islands north of the territory were added.
0 0
Banff (Alberta) 6 0
Vancouver (British Columbia) 2 0
Revelstoke (British Columbia) 1 0
Penticton (British Columbia) 1 0
Calgary (Alberta) 1 0
Kelowna (British Columbia) 4 0
Victoria (British Columbia) 2 0
Great Britain : E.J. Arnold and Son Ltd. 0 0
Hamburg (Germany) 1 0
Edmonton (Alberta)
  • Post-colonization and prior to 1870, the Hudson's Bay Company governed the West, which included Fort Edmonton (established in 1754). Education of children in the Northwest Territories was provided by church missions and private religious schools. In 1881, a public school was built in the Edmonton settlement. In 1882, Edmonton became part of the District of Alberta, one of the four districts of the Northwest Territories. In 1883, the Edmonton riding of the North-West Legislative Assembly was established through a royal proclamation. In 1905, the province of Alberta was established, and the district continued as Edmonton (Alberta).
1072 18
Cardiff (Wales) 1 0
Montreal 0 0
Barrhead (Alberta) 1 0
Toronto (Canada) 0 0
England (United Kingdom) 0 0
London 0 0
New York 0 0