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How Each Column Helps You With Your Research

1. POPULATED PLACE column: names the "populated place" or "location" of interest.

2. FORMER NAME, if applicable column: if the location was known by another name, it is listed here (a year of name change is given, if known).

3. TYPE column: gives type of location (i.e. village, town, city, etc.) - the size definition varies per province.

4. FHL CATALOG column: links to the "catagories of sources" available in the Family History Library for this populated place or location.

5. WIKIPEDIA column: links to background information regarding this location or its county if Wikipedia does not have an article for that specific place.

Useful Websites

  • Canadian Geographical Names Data Base (CGNDB) - gives brief information about a place, including historic names/places. For historic information, scroll to #3, and click Formerly Official, also try with All.
  • Google Maps - shows the whereabouts of places on a map.
  • Google Images - shows pictures/photos/old maps (sometimes) of a place.
  • WorldCat - shows sources (books, maps, etc.) at various libraries/repositories, etc. for a place.

Notes

  • Listed below are the populated places in this district, according to the Répertoire toponymique du Québec, 1978.[1] This gazetteer is used as the source of locations or populated places in the Family History Library Catalog for the Province of Québec.
  • If you wish the current division, where your Populated Place now exists, check the Canadian Geographical Names Data Base listed above.

Populated Places Table

1 2 3 4 5

POPULATED PLACE

FORMER NAME, if applicable TYPE

FHL  CATALOG

WIKIPEDIA

Bellefeuille         Link   Link
Blainville         Link   Link
Bois-de-Filion         Link   Link
Boisbriand         Link   Link
Brébeuf        Link    Link
De Salaberry    Canton    Link   Link
Lac-Brûlé       Link   Link
Lac-Carré         Link    Link
Lac-Supérieur           Link   Link
Lantier         Link   Link
Lesage           Link
Lorraine        Link    Link
Mont-Rolland           Link   Link
Mont-Tremblant          Link   Link
New-Glasgow        Link    Link 
Saint-Antoine-des-Laurentides           Link
Saint-Faustin        Link    Link
Saint-Hippolyte        Link    Link
Saint-Janvier-de-Blainville           Link
Saint-Jovite         Link   Link
Saint-Jérôme         Link    Link
Saint-Louis-de-Terrebonne          Link   Link
Saint-Sauveur        Link    Link
Saint-Sauveur-des-Monts         Link    Link
Sainte-Adèle        Link   Link
Sainte-Agathe         Link    Link
Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts        Link    Link
Sainte-Anne-des-Lacs        Link   Link
Sainte-Anne-des-Plaines        Link    Link
Sainte-Lucie-de-Doncaster          Link      Link
Sainte-Lucie-des-Laurentides        Link   Link
Sainte-Marguerite-du-Lac-Masson         Link    Link
Sainte-Sophie         Link    Link
Sainte-Thérèse         Link   Link
Sainte-Thérèse-de-Blainville           Link
Shawbridge         Link    Link
Terrebonne        Link   Link
Val-David         Link   Link
Val-Morin         Link     Link
 ANY NEW LOCATIONS IN FHL CATALOG???       Link  

References

  1. Répertoire toponymique du Québec, 1978, (Québec, Québec : Éditeur officiel, c1979 ). FHL book 971.4 E5r

 

 

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