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The land around Blue Quill was annexed by Edmonton in 1971. The Kaskitayo region was once used for agriculture and was home to eighteen farmsteads, ten of which were still operational when the Kaskitayo Outline Plan was developed in 1973. Blue Quill's growth began soon after, with the majority of house building taking place in the 1970s, with some work continuing until the early 2000s. Single and semi-detached homes, row housing complexes, and apartments make up the Blue Quill neighborhood. A commercial center is located along Saddleback Road in the northern section of the neighborhood, while schools and park locations are located in the core. The Blackmud Creek Ravine is one of the most important natural features in the area, located about south west of the neighborhood. Blue Quill is named after Cree Chief Blue Quill of the Saddle Lake Indian Reserve, which was created in 1889, and continues Kaskitayo's naming motif of honoring Aboriginal leaders. Chief Blue Quill traded in Edmonton in the late 1890s.