49th parallel

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  • The new border was established much further north at the 49th parallel.
  • Boundary Commission survey teams came through shortly after to mark the 49th parallel.
  • The new Canada-United States border was established much further north at the 49th parallel.
  • Starting at the 49th parallel (first base line) go directly north.
  • The two parties would sometimes differ on where the 49th parallel was, occasionally by as much as a mile.
  • The 49th Parallel Cup is held every two years.
  • The border between the United States and British North America was set at the 49th parallel.
  • The Champagne province is located near the northern limits of the wine world along the 49th parallel.
  • Despite the title, no scene in the movie is set at the 49th parallel, which forms much of the US-Canadian border.
  • During this time he determined the northern boundary at the 49th parallel at Pembina.
  • The 49th Parallel Cup is an annual Australian rules football match between the USA and Canada.
  • There is no doubt whatever that the English Government would have gone to war rather than surrender the territory north of the 49th parallel. Cited from Twenty Years of Congress, Vol. 1 (of 2), by James Gillespie Blaine
  • By 2003 there were only four small populations south of the 49th parallel.
  • This section lies above the 49th parallel north in a portion of present-day Alberta and Saskatchewan.
  • The instructions limited British continuance on settlements south of the 49th parallel to five years. Cited from Albert Gallatin, by John Austin Stevens
  • All of the populated islands are north of the 49th parallel.
  • Great Britain ceded its territorial rights south of the 49th parallel.
  • The old offer of the 49th parallel was once more presented, along with a guarantee to free access to the Columbia River.
  • It awarded all of Vancouver Island to Britain, despite a portion of the island lying south of the 49th parallel.
  • The land district's boundary is the 49th Parallel, being the boundary with the US state of Washington.
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