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Nouvelle Bretagne
New Britain
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19xx – 19xx 30px
Flag Coat of arms
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Location of New   Britain (Canada)
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Government gov't
deputy six deputies
Historical era era
 -  event pre date pre 1989
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 -  event end date end
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Area
 -  1989 400,000 km2 (154,441 sq mi)
Population
 -  1989 300,000 
Density 0.8 /km2  (1.9 /sq mi)
Political subdivisions politsubdiv
Today part of today
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Dominion Colony District Territory Provisional District Department Province


1822[edit]

http://atlas.nrcan.gc.ca/auth/english/maps/historical/preconfederation/britishnorthamerica1823

Lower Canada (Province)

Cape Breton Island
New Britain

Upper Canada (Province)

Nova Scotia (Province)

St. John’s Island

New Brunswick (Province)

Newfoundland

Labrador
Anticosti 1763–1774, 1809–1825


Bermuda Islands

xxxx - New Caledonia and Columbia

1784–1820 Colony of Cape Breton Island

1876-1905 District of Keewatin (Territory)

1849 - Colony of Vancouver Island etd.

1853 - Colony of Queen Charlotte Islands split from North-West Territories? New-Caledonia?

1858 Colony of British columbia etd. Boundaries: USA to the S; Ocean to the W, 55th parallel to the N; watershed between Pacific waterbasin & Atlantic/Arctic waterbasin.

1862 - Stickeen Territories split from North-West Territories

1863 - Stickeen Territories joins British Columbia

1866 - Colonies of British Columbia & Vancouver Island become Colony of British Columbia

1867 -


1870 - North-West Territories renamed Northwest Territories, joins Canada from British North America.

    - Manitoba split from Northwest Territories and made province of Canada.

1871 - British Columbia becomes a Canadian province

1873 - PEI becomes Canadian province.

1898 - Yukon Territory split form Northwest territories

1905 - Saskatchewan & Alberta split from NWT

1930 - Sverdrup Island added from Norway to Northwest Territories

1949 - Newfoundland & Labrador join Canada as 10th province

1999 - Nunavut Territory split from Northwest Territories.



1770[edit]

Rupert’s Land (1670–189x)
Northern Department
Southern Department
Montreal Department
Manitoba Department
North-Western Territory (xxxx–xxxx)

1822[edit]

St. Pierre et Miquelon (France overseas départment)
Greenland
Nova Scotia, Province (1867)
New Brunswick, Province (1867)
Prince Edward Island, Province (1898)
Quebec, Province (1867)
Ontario, Province (1867)
Manitoba, Province (1870)
Newfoundland,
Labrador Territory
French Shore
Anticosti
North-western Territory

1900[edit]

Canada, Dominion
Nova Scotia, Province (1867)
New Brunswick, Province (1867)
Prince Edward Island, Province (1898)
Quebec, Province (1867)
Ontario, Province (1867)
Manitoba, Province (1870)
Newfoundland, Dominion
Labrador Territory
British North America, Overseas Lands in right of the Crown
North-western Territory

2000[edit]

Canada, Country (1867–present)
Newfoundland, Province (1949) [now Newfoundland & Labrador]
Nova Scotia, Province (1867)
New Brunswick, Province (1867)
Prince Edward Island, Province (1898)
Quebec, Province (1867)
Ontario, Province (1867)
Manitoba, Province (1870)
Saskatchewan, Province (1904)
Alberta, Province (1904)
British Columbia, Province (1884)
Yukon Territory, Territory (1898) [now Yukon]
Northwest Territories, (1898)
Nunavut (1999)

References

New Britain[edit]

New North Wales[edit]

New South Wales[edit]

District of Keewatin (Territory)[edit]

Confusingly, not a district per se but rather a territory equivalent in status to North-West Territories, and not to the other districts.

District of Keewatin (District)[edit]

Northwest Territories[edit]

North-western Territory[edit]

Stikine Territory[edit]

British Arctic Territories[edit]

Rupert's Land[edit]

Are these geographical regions? Or sections of the business?
Northern Department
Southern Department
Montreal Department
Columbia Department (later Western Department)

HBC Districts[edit]

(1870 List here).

Manitoba; Postage Stamp[edit]

Manitoba - 2 forts, 9 trading st.

Amazing Map of Historical Manitoba

Rupert’s Land[edit]

English River District - 6 trading st.
Saskatchewan District - 17 st.
Cumberland District - 7 st.
Swan River District - 7 st.
Lac La Pluie District - 14 st.
York Factory District - 8 st.
Norway House District - 4 st.
Albany District - 4 st.
East Main District - 3 st.
Moose River District - 4 st.
Rupert’s River District - 8 st.
Kinogumissee District - 2 st.
Superior District - 1 st.
Temcaminique District - 1 st.
Labrador District - 8 st.
Rupert's Land total (minus MB):
94 stations (or posts)
43 475 acres

North-West Territories[edit]

Athabaska District - 8 st.
McKenzie River District - 13 st.
North-West Territories total:
21 stations
1735 acres

Districts of the Northwest Territories[edit]

Districts of the Northwest Territories pre-1999 (Nunavut)[edit]

Other[edit]

HBC Subdivisions[edit]

Rupert’s Land[edit]

Northern Department [42,170 a][edit]

English River District [190 a][edit]
Isle à la Crosse (50)
Rapid River (5)
Portage La Loche (20)
Green Lake (100)
Cold Lake (10)
Deers’ Lake (5)
Saskatchewan District [25 700 a][edit]
Edmonton House (3000)
Rocky Mountain House (500)
Fort Victoria (3000)
St. Paul (3000)
Fort Pitt (3000)
Battle River (3000)
Carlton House (3000)
Fort Albert (3000)
Whitefish Lake (500)
Lac La Biche (1000)
Fon Assiniboine (50)
Lesser Slave Lake (500)
Lac St. Anne (500)
Lac La Nun (500)
St. Albert (1000)
Pigeon Lake (100)
Old White Mud Fort (50)
Cumberland District (4325 a)[edit]
Cumberland House (100)
Fort La Come (3000)
Pelican Lake (50)
Moose Woods (1000)
The Pas (25)
Moose Lake (50)
Grande Rapid Portage (100) 50 acres at each end of portage
Swan River District [9200 a][edit]
Fort Pelly (3000)
Fort Ellice (3000)
Qu'Appelle Lakes (2500)
Touchwood Hills (500)
Shoal River (50)
Manitobah (50)
Fairford (100)
Red River District[edit]

Upper Fort Garry, and \ Such number of acres as Town of Winnipeg . . . may be agreed upon Lower Fort Garry between the Company (including the farm . . . . and the Governor of Canada in Council. the Company now have under cultivation) White Horse Plain

Manitobah Lake District [1050 a][edit]
Oake Point (50)
Portage La Prairie (1000)
Lake La Pluie District (1 300 a)[edit]
Fort Alexander (500)
Fort Frances (500)
Eagle's Nest (20)
Big Island (20)
Lac du Bonnet (20)
Rat Portage (50)
Shoal Lake (20)
Lake of the Woods (50)
Whitefish Lake (20)
English River (20)
Hungry Hall (20)
Trout Lake (20)
Clear Water Lake (20)
Sandy Point (20)
York District [260 a][edit]
York Factory (100)
Churchill (10)
Severn (10)
Trout Lake (10)
Oxford (100)
Jackson's Bay (10)
God's Lake (10)
Island Lake (10)
Norway House (145 a)[edit]
Norway House (100)
Berens' River (25)
Grand Rapid (10)
Nelson's River (10)
Huron District[edit]
Lacloche
Little Current
Misaissangie
Green Lake
Whitefish Lake
Sault Ste. Marie District=[edit]
Sault Ste. Marie

Southern Department [1085 a][edit]

Albany District [635 a][edit]
Albany Factory (100)
Martin's Falls (10)
Osnaburg (25)
Lac Seul (500)
East Main District [125 a][edit]
Little Whale River (50)
Great Whale River (50)
Fort George (25)
Moose District [145 a][edit]
Moose Factory (100)
Hannah Bay (10)
Abitibi (10)
New Brunswick (25)
Rupert's River District [120 a][edit]
Rupert's House (50)
Mistassing (10)
Temiskamay (10)
Woswonaby (10)
Mechiskun (10)
Pike Lake (10)
Nitchequon (10)
Kamapiscan (10)
Kinogumissee District [60 a][edit]
Matawagamique (50)
Kuckatoosh (10)

Montreal Department (400a)[edit]

Superior District[edit]
Long Lake (10)
Temiscaminque[edit]
Kakababeagino (10)
Labrador District [380 a][edit]
Fort Nascopie (75)
Outposts, ditto (25)
Fort Chimo (Ungava) (100)
South River, outposts (30)
George's River (50)
Whale River (50)
Noah's River (25)
False River (25)
Fort Coulonge District[edit]
Lac des Allumettes
Joachin
Matawa
Lac des Sables District[edit]
Buckingham
Rivière Desert
Lachine District[edit]
Lachine House
St. Maurice District[edit]
Three Rivers
Weymonachingue
Kikandatch
King’s Post District[edit]
Tadousac
Chicoutimé
Lake St. John’s
Ile Jérémie
Godbout
Seven Islands
Mingan District[edit]
Mingan
Musquarro
Natosquan
Esquimaux District[edit]
Fort Nascopie
Rigolette
Kikokok

North-West Territory [1505 a][edit]

Northern Department[edit]

Athabasca District [605 a][edit]
Fort Chippewyan (10)
Fort Vemmillion (500)
Fort Dunvegan (50)
Fort St. John's (20)
Forks of Athabasca River (10)
Battle River (5)
Fond du Lac (5)
Salt River (5)
McKenzie's River District [900 a][edit]
Fort Simpson (100)
Fort Liard (300)
Fort Nelson (200)
The Rapids (100)
Hay River (20)
Fort Resolution (20)
Fort Rae (10)
Fond du Lac (10)
Fort Nomman (10)
Fort Good Hope (10)
Peel's River (100)
Lapierre's House (10)
Fort Halkett (100)

Oregon Department[edit]

Columbia District[edit]
Fort Vancouver
Umpque
Cape Disappointment
Chinook Point
Caweeman
Champoeg
Nisqually
Cowelitz
Colville District[edit]
Fort Colville
Pend Oreilles River
Flat Heads
Kootenay
Okanagan
Snake Country District[edit]
Walla Walla
Fort Hall
Fort Boisé

Western Department[edit]

Vancouver Island District[edit]
Fort Victoria
Fort Rupert
Nanaimo
Fraser River District[edit]
Fort Langley
Thomson River District[edit]
Kamloops
Fort Hope
New Caledonia District[edit]
Stuart Lake
McLeod’s Lake
Fraser’s Lake
Alexandria
Fort George
Babines
Conolly’s Lake
Honolulu (Sandwich Islands)


Northern Department, Rupert's Land ............... 42,170

Southern Department, Rupert's Land ................ 1,085

Montreal Department, Rupert's Land ............... 400

Northern Department, North­West Territory ........ 1,505