Lloydminster
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North West Saskatchewan

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Lloydminster region 10 Prince Albert region 11 Battleford region 7 Saskatoon Region 8 Kamsack Region 9 Lloydminster Region 4 Regina Region 5 Swift Current Region 1 Moose Jaw Region 2 Weyburn Region 3Yorkton Region 6
Lloydminster, Saskatchewan
Region #10 Web Page
    Saskatchewan Regional Legend:
  1. Swift Current
  2. Moose Jaw
  3. Weyburn
  4. Lloydminster
  5. Regina
  6. Yorkton
  7. Battleford
    St. Joseph's Colony
  8. Saskatoon
  9. Kamsack
  10. Lloydminster
    The Story of the Barr Colony
  11. Prince Albert

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1888 McPhillips' alphabetical and business directory of the District of Saskatchewan, North West Territories N.W.T
1888 McPhillips' alphabetical and business directory of the District of Saskatchewan, North West Territories N.W.T. is now online. (or small scans)

The provisional District of Saskatchewan, North West Territories N.W.T would be centrally located in the province of Saskatchewan, however it extended west past the current Alberta Saskatchewan border on the 4th meridian and it also extended east into the current province of Manitoba. The south and north borders were township 35 and township 70.

The places included for example are - A La Corne - Batoche - Battleford - Birch Hills - Birch River - Bresaylor - Carrot River - Clarke's Crossing - Cold Lake - Cumberland - Duck Lake - Fish Creek - Fort Pitt - Frog Lake - Grand Rapids - Green Lake - Halcro - Humboldt - Lac La Ronge - Lower Flat - Nut Lake - Onion Lake - Prince Albert- Red Deer Hill - Red Deer Lake - Saskatoon - - Shell River - Snake Plains - Battleford District - St. Laurent - St. L. de Langevin - The Pas - Battleford Town - Battleford - Prince Albert- Saskatoon

Border Branch of the Saskatchewan Genealogical Soc.
			Border Branch			Saskatchewan Genealogy Society			PO Box 180			Marshall,  SK 			S0M 1R0						Submitted by Rae W. Chamberlain 

Online Lloydminster Gen Web Region
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1881, 1901, 1906, 1911 and 1916 Census
Lloydminster Gen Web Region was a part of the North West Territories in the "Athabaska Provisional District" until 1905 when Saskatchewan became a province. (Map)
1881, 1901, 1906, 1911, and 1916 Census
AND 1901 Census Placename Finding Aid:
1901 NWT Placename Index!

Greetings, Valued Visitors!

Step into the renewed home of the Lloydminster Gen Web Project, where history breathes, and legacies are etched in family tales and community heritage.

As part of the Patreon community (https://www.patreon.com/SaskGenWeb), we invite you to sustain this passion-infused venture for the years ahead. Visit our new pages at https://saskgenweb.ca/sklloydm/ and witness the Lloydminster Gen Web Project's evolution.

Your presence, whether through memories of historical maps, one-room schoolhouses, cemetery headstones, transcriptions, yearbooks, directories, or historical letters, adds depth to the collective understanding of our shared heritage.Welcome to a new chapter! Your support, in any form, is a cherished gift to the history uniting us all.

With gratitude,

The Lloydminster Gen Web Project Volunteer Team


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Lloydminster Gen Webmaster ,
for Lloydminster Region North West Saskatchewan Gen Web Project

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Greetings, Valued Visitors!

Step into the renewed home of the Lloydminster Gen Web Project, where history breathes, and legacies are etched in family tales and community heritage.

Embark on a journey through one-room schoolhouses, cemetery sanctuaries, and historical landscapes adorned with diverse placenames and fading maps. History, more than events, unfolds as a tapestry of stories.

As part of the Patreon community (https://www.patreon.com/SaskGenWeb), we invite you to sustain this passion-infused venture for the years ahead. Visit our new pages at https://saskgenweb.ca/sklloydm/ and witness the Lloydminster Gen Web Project's evolution.

A heartfelt thanks to Ancestry.com and Rootsweb.com. Now, let our community, old and new, join hands in preserving this invaluable resource.

Welcome to a new chapter! If you possess cherished memories of one-room schoolhouses, photographs of cemetery headstones, transcriptions, yearbooks, directories, or historical letters related to this area, your sharing would be immensely valuable. Together, let's build a repository that aids ancestors in their family tree searches. Your support, in any form, is a cherished gift to the history that unites us all.

With gratitude,

The Lloydminster Gen Web Project Volunteer Team



>© Copyright 1996-