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Goodlands, west of the Turtle Mountains, 1870-1970

Goodlands, west of the Turtle Mountains, 1870-1970

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Published by s.n. in [s.l .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Goodlands, Man. -- History.,
  • Goodlands, Man. -- Biography.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[compiled by the Goodlands United Church Women].
    ContributionsGoodlands United Church Women.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsF5697G6 G6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination96 p. :
    Number of Pages96
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18809115M

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Goodlands: West of the Turtle Mountains [Pembina Manitou Archive] Goodlands United Church Women, Newdale, Newdale Community Historical Society. Mill Creek Memoirs Book Committee. Portage la Prairie - The Spirt of Anne M. Collier. Portage la Prairie, Manitoba. Note: The following is about the Spanish Influenza pandemic.

It was taken from the “Goodlands West of the of the Turtle Mountains”-history book and some of it sounds very familiar to way of life caused by the COVID pandemic. Thank you to Mary-Ellen and Marvin Morrison for bringing it to the Times and Star.

History [edit | edit source]. The Turtle Mountain Reservation was established by executive orders, Dec. 21,Mar. 29 and June 3, and by an agreement made Oct.

2,amended by Indian appropriation act approved and ratified Apr. 21,(XXXIII) Evidence indicates the Reservation was established before Decem The Turtle Mountain Reservation is home to the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa. It is located in the Turtle Mountains near the Canadian border and is close to the International Peace Garden.

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It is the land base for the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians. The population of the Turtle Mountain Indian Reservation consists of Plains Ojibwe and Métis and was first established in Long ago, an argument arose between mountains and rivers, stars and ants, lions and bears on the nature of God.

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Inthe census counted adult Chippewa men (full-blood and mixed blood) living on the Turtle Mountain Reservation. Geology. Turtle Mountain is an anticline of Paleozoic Rundle Group carbonates thrust over weaker Mesozoic clastics and fissures at the apex of the anticline likely allowed water to infiltrate and weaken the slightly-soluble carbonates within the mountain face, while the supporting underlying clastics were undermined by valley glaciation followed by erosion from the Crowsnest River.

The Turtle Mountains (Amat 'Achii'ar in the Mojave language), are located in northeastern San Bernardino County, in the southeastern part of colorful Turtle Mountains vary from deep reds, browns, tans and grays, to black.

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Modern day Stonehenge enables visitors to view the summer and winter solstices and equinox. The site offers a panoramic view of this four-seasoned landscape from its location in the Turtle Mountains to the surrounding farmland.

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