Some Manitoba municipalities still publish these maps, they are available from
the municipal offices for a small fee.
John Doyle wrote:
> Most Counties , Municipal and Improvement Districts in the Province ofhttp://www.afhs.ab.ca
> Alberta publish on a semi-regular basis land ownership maps. These maps are
> usually on a scale of approx 1" to the mile. There has been concern
> expressed recently about privacy issues. The CITY FOLK have moved to the
> country and wish to retain their anonimity and are trying to prevent
> distribution of these maps.
> I expect that most municipal offices will have copies of their "OLD
> MAPS" on file, I have seen some mounted and hanging on walls in various
> municipal offices.
> The Alberta department of Municipal Affairs used to publish an index map of
> the province showing the counties, IDs and MDs. In addition there was a
> printout available; listing addresses, phone numbers elected officials and
> the name of the Mayor/Reeve (etc.) and Secretary for all towns, villages,
> hamlets counties, Special Areas, ID/MDs etc. cross referenced to the map.
> Similar maps were available in the 60's for Saskatchewan. I expect that
> they are still avaiable from the individual Rural Municipalities.
> I used to have all this Alberta information. I will try to find it and if I
> do I will give it to the AFHS library.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "khalua.m" <khalua.m@...>
> To: <dist-gen@...>; "E.Rodier" <cerear@...>
> Sent: Thursday, November 07, 2002 8:07 AM
> Subject: Re: 1930's maps
> > Hmmm might help me, what about north a ways to athabasca?
> > donna may
> > "E.Rodier" wrote:
> > > Is anyone researching 1930's farms east of Calgary? There are some maps
> > > showing names of farmers from Chestermere Lake to the west side of
> > > north of the Bow River and Blackfoot reserve about as far north as
> > > A larger map shows the roads, towns, railways, townships, creeks.
> > > Elizabeth
> > >
> > > http://www.afhs.ab.ca
> > http://www.afhs.ab.ca