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Population, unincorporated villages and hamlets: CS98-1951M-7-PDF
Population, villages et haneaux non constitués.
"This list, compiled from records of the 1951 and 1941 Censuses, shows the population totals of the many villages and hamlets across Canada which are not municipally organized and had a population of 50 or more at the 1951 Census. The locations of these places are also indicated"--p. 
|Department/Agency||Dominion Bureau of Statistics. Census Division. Population Section.|
|Title||Population, unincorporated villages and hamlets|
|Subtitle||Population, villages et haneaux non constitués.|
|Series Title||SP ;|
|Language||Bilingual-[English | French]|
|Electronic Document|| |
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|Note||Caption title. "Ninth census of Canada, 1951 = Neuvième recensement du Canada, 1951". "Prepared in the Population Section of the Census Division". "31-3-54". Chiefly tables. Historical census publication digitized in 2009 [by Statistics Canada].|
|Number of Pages||63 p.|
|Subject Terms||Census, Population, Rural communities|
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