Item CM-160 (1)-(44) - Forest Road Inventory maps - Meadow Lake region

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Forest Road Inventory maps - Meadow Lake region

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CM-160 (1)-(44)

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1 : 50 000

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  • 1973-1981 [reproduced ca. 1985] (Creation)

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44 maps : col.; whiteprint; 96 x 107 cm or smaller

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The Legislative Library of Saskatchewan transferred these records to the Provincial Archives of Saskatchewan in or around 1986 after receiving them from the Saskatchewan Department of Parks and Renewable Resources in July, 1986. The records were accessioned as 2019-057 on June 11, 2019.

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Whiteprint copies of maps denoting forest roads in the Meadow Lake region of northern Saskatchewan, annotated and copied by the Wildlife Branch of the Saskatchewan Department of Parks and Renewable Resources from topographical maps originally produced and published by the Surveys and Mapping Branch of the federal Department of Energy, Mines and Resources between 1973 and 1981. Annotations by Wildlife Branch staff include forest road systems, classes and closures, and wildlife management zone numbers.

Includes sectional maps for districts (with original map number in parentheses following): Lac Ile a la Crosse (73 O/5); Beauval (73 O/4); Lac La Plonge (73 O/3); Buffalo Narrows (73 N/16); Dillon (73 N/15); Michel (73 N/14); Vermette Lake (73 N/11); Niska Lake (73 N/10); Kazan Lake (73 N/9); Apps Lake (73 N/8); McCusker Lake (73 N/7); Canoe Lake (73 N/1); Keeley Lake (73 K/16); Lost Lake (73 K/15); Kesatasew Lake (73 K/14); Primrose Lake (73 K/13); Cold River (73 K/12); Muskeg Lake (73 K/11); Flotten Lake (73 K/10); Waterhen Lake (73 K/9); Island Hill (73 K/8); Dorintosh (73 K/7); Goodsoil (73 K/6); Pierceland (73 K/5); Ministikwan Lake (73 K/4); Makwa Lake (73 K/3); Rapid View (73 K/2); Meadow Lake (73 K/1); Durocher Lake (73 J/13); Bazill Bay (73 J/12); Green Lake (73 J/5); Green Lake South (73 J/4); Chitek (73 G/13); Leoville (73 G/12); Witchekan Lake (73 G/5); Hunting Lake (73 F/16); Horsehead Creek (73 F/15); Barthel (73 F/14); Bronson Lake (73 F/13); Frenchman Butte (73 F/12); St. Walburg (73 F/11); Brightsand Lake (73 F/10); Helene Lake (73 F/9); Medstead (73 F/8).

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Records are in good physical condition.

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Records are open for research use.

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Use, publication and/or reproduction of records are subject to Crown Copyright.

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Location for retrieval: Regina - Henderson

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