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The Canadian Northern Railway established a station here circa 1914. It may have been named after judge Herbert Porter Bissell (1856-1919), of Buffalo, New York, who took part in speeches in 1913 leading up to centennial celebrations of peace along the Canadian-U.S. border in commemoration of the ending of the War of 1812 on 28 December 1814.

Within the northwestern city limits of Edmonton.

Location Name : St. Albert
National Topographic System (NTS) : 83 H/12
Sub Section | Section | Township | Range | Meridian
Latitude (N) | Longitude (W)
53° 35' N 113° 37' W
The content above is directly derived from :
Place Names of Alberta - Volume III
Central Alberta

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