[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] A Canadian Surprise - 1901 Census on-line

Gary Warner gary at warnerengineering.com
Thu Jun 6 16:14:19 PDT 2002


So how does one find a map of the enumeration districts.


At 02:40 PM 6/6/2002 , Rose Ingram wrote:
>The following was posted on a another list.
>Rose Ingram
>Fearing system overload as happened to the Ellis Island, Family Search
>and 1901 Census of England and Wales online databases, the National
>Archives Canada has quietly placed online the 1901 census of Canada with
>no public announcement. You can view it at
>(English version) and http://www.archives.ca/02/020122_f.html (French
>  Only the images exist; there is no index. You must know the Canadian
>equivalent of the U.S. enumeration district to locate a family.
>Provinces were divided into districts and sub-districts. You can search
>by district name, district number, sub-district name and/or sub-district
>number. For larger cities, use the "Detailed Search" facility to add any
>known district or sub-district information to reduce the number of hits.
>  The database uses the same software--Mr. Sid--as the Ancestry census
>images; therefore it is possible to zoom in and out easily and shift
>portions of the image shown on the screen. Response time seemed slower
>than the Ancestry site.
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