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Edmonton (Alta.)

LC control no.n 79007225
Descriptive conventionsrda
Geographic headingEdmonton (Alta.)
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Geographic subdivision usageAlberta--Edmonton
Variant(s)Edmonton, Alta.
City of Edmonton (Alta.)
Горад Эдмантан (Alta.)
Horad Ėdmantan (Alta.)
Эдмантан (Alta.)
Ėdmantan (Alta.)
Едмънтън (Alta.)
Edmŭntŭn (Alta.)
Εντμοντον (Alta.)
Entmonton (Alta.)
Edmontono (Alta.)
Эдмонтон (Alta.)
אדמונטון (Alta.)
Admonṭon (Alta.)
Edmundopolis (Alta.)
Edmontona (Alta.)
Edmontonas (Alta.)
エドモントン (Alta.)
Edomonton (Alta.)
Едмонтон (Alta.)
埃德蒙顿 (Alta.)
Aidemengdun (Alta.)
See alsoStrathcona (Edmonton, Alta.)
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Geographic class no.3504 E3
Biography/History noteEdmonton was incorporated as a town in 1892, and then as a city in 1904. On February 1, 1912 the city of Strathcona amalgamated with Edmonton.
Beginning date1892
Associated countryCanada
Special noteNon-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inIts The Edmonton charter ...
GeoNames, algorithmically matched, 2009 (ppl; 53°33ʹ00ʺN 113°28ʹ07ʺW)
Wikipedia, June 10, 2015: Edmonton (Edmonton; capital of the Canadian province of Alberta; City of Edmonton; incorporated as a town in 1892 with a population of 700 and then as a city in 1904 with a population of 8,350; 53°32ʹN 113°30ʹW) Strathcona, Alberta (Strathcona was a city in Alberta, Canada, located on the south side of the North Saskatchewan River across from the City of Edmonton; amalgamation of the two cities went into effect on February 1, 1912)
Wikipedia, June 10, 2015: Belarusian page (Горад Эдмантан = Horad Ėdmantan; Эдмантан = Ėdmantan) Bulgarian page (Едмънтън = Edmŭntŭn) Greek page (Εντμοντον = Entmonton) Esperanto page (Edmontono) Ossetic page (Эдмонтон = Ėdmonton) Hebrew page (אדמונטון = Admonṭon) Latin page (Edmundopolis) Latvian page (Edmontona) Lithuanian page (Edmontonas) Japanese page (エドモントン = Edomonton) Serbian page (Едмонтон = Edmonton) Chinese page (埃德蒙顿 = Aidemengdun)
Geographical Names of Canada, January 24, 2019 (Edmonton; city; located in Alberta)
LAC internal file, January 24, 2019 (heading: Edmonton (Alta.); variant: City of Edmonton)
Equivalent(s)Edmonton (Alb.)
National bib agency no.0100D3514E
Geographic area coden-cn-ab
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