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A slow trend of migration began to draw native families to established northern
cities, such as Fairbanks (Alaska), Whitehorse (Yukon Territory), and Churchill (
Manitoba), as well as to new towns, such as Schefferville (Quebec) and Inuvik ...
The basic or town political unit for most Southeastern tribes was the local village
or town. This basic unit varied in size and configuration depending on differences
in local ecological potential and cultural preference. Some towns attained ...
At this time, the still outwardly medieval town developed into a big city, and in
1612 the City Council decided upon a new extension — the Three Canals Plan.
Furthermore, the city needed a new and stately town hall, and the architect Jacob
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