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Excursions to Sudbury, Cobalt and Porcupine

International Geological Congress (12th 1913 Toronto, Canada)

Excursions to Sudbury, Cobalt and Porcupine

(Excursions A 3 and C 6).

by International Geological Congress (12th 1913 Toronto, Canada)

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Published by Printed by L.K. Cameron in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology -- Canada -- Guidebooks.,
  • Geology -- Ontario -- Guidebooks.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesGuide book -- no.7
    ContributionsOntario. Bureau of Mines.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination150 p. + 5 fold. maps :
    Number of Pages150
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18370508M

    Full text of "Guide books of excursions in Canada. " See other formats QE 1 I 6 g v.5 CANADA EPARTMENT OF MINES LOUIS CODERRE, Minister A. P. LOW, Deputy Minister GEOLOGICAL SURVEY R. W. BROCK, Director GUIDE BOOK No. 5 D in Ihe > V^slern J^ninsula /Ontancw ^janiloulin Island. The MapArt North Eastern Ontario Road Atlas is a comprehensive Back Road Atlas and a City guide for Northern Communities like TImmins and Sudbury.

    LIVRET-GUIDE NO 7. EXCURSIONS A SUDBURY, COBALT ET PORCUPINE. EXCURSIONS A3 ET C6. Ottawa, Canada: Imprimerie du Governement, First edition. Printed wrappers. Published in French describing the geology around Sudbury, Cobalt and Porcupine. pages plus photographs and maps. Three maps in rear pocket. For more books about the Cochrane area, see the list provided at OntarioGenWeb. Gold in Porcupine by Michael Barnes Timmins the Porcupine Country by Michael Barnes Gold in the Porcupine by Michael Barnes Published by Highway Book Shop, Cobalt Cntario The story of the early prospectors in the Timmins - Porcupine area.

      SUDBURY -- The Porcupine Health Unit has launched a Facebook page dedicated to serving the francophone population of the area. It can be found health unit has been posting information in both English and French on Facebook and their website for several years. The former main health unit page will become English-only once francophone residents become aware of the new page. The Sudbury Basin ores are a significant source of cobalt metal that is recovered as a by-product of nickel smelting and refining. Although the bulk of cobalt content of the Sudbury ores is derived from cobalt in solid solution with nickel in pentlandite, some of the cobalt content of Sudbury ores is derived from cobaltite gersdorffite and.


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Excursions to Sudbury, Cobalt and Porcupine by International Geological Congress (12th 1913 Toronto, Canada) Download PDF EPUB FB2

PM - Lunch (Cobalt Town Hall)5 PM - Townsite Mine PM - Cobalt Mining Museum, underground tour. PM - Depart for Sudbury (snacks and beverages en route).

Estimated time of arrival in Sudbury is p.m. Friday evening flights from Sudbury are NOT recommended. 4 Breakfast is at participants’ expense. Breakfast is not served.

From Sudbury to Timmins to Cobalt, Northeastern Ontario is chock-full of both active and abandoned mines to explore, as well as museums that pay homage to its rich mining heritage. Geologist Ruth Debicki of the Sudbury Rock & Lapidary Society describes geology as “the CSI of the earth”—a way to uncover the secrets of Ontario’s natural past.

Fortunes in the Ground: Cobalt, Porcupine and Kirkland Lake [Barnes, Michael] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Fortunes in the Ground: Cobalt, Porcupine /5(2). Visit to Cobalt and Sudbury, August 17th to August 20th Posted By Excursions to Sudbury in on Visit to Cobalt and Sudbury, August 17th Excursions to Sudbury August 20th.

Cobalt area in The total production from Sud­ bury from to had been only $16, which, while con­ siderable, was surpassed by Cobalt' production in each of the years and Sudbury's future was, of course, assured from the.

Once you’ve settled into your accommodations, it’s time to get outside. One of Manitoulin’s best hikes is the climb up the Cup and Saucer Trail, which follows the Niagara Escarpment to a viewpoint with spectacular vistas across the can do this hike on your own—the trailhead is off Highway at Bidwell Road between Little Current and M’Chigeeng—or take this hike with a.

Fortunes in the Ground is one of his best known books about the three great mining camps of Cobalt, the Porcupine and Kirkland Lake. It not only highlights the winners and losers in those great discoveries, but also includes the ordinary people who came and pioneered Northern Ontario. As Barnes said, “There is a romance to mining.

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SUDBURY -- A northern-centric book publisher is out with its three latest offerings of Latitude 46 Publishing, based in Sudbury, has been holding virtual book launches for its latest offerings.

“It’s been OK but it’s not the same,” said Heather Campbell of Latitude 46 Publishing. “It. As early asprospectors and mining men had arrived in what was called “The Porcupine Gold Camp”. Because there were no roads or railway, it was an overland and canoe trip for the many who had been lured by the prospect of riches.

Many began the arduous trek from Cobalt or. Killarney ( km from Sudbury) If you live in Sudbury and haven’t been to Killarney for fish & chips you must be living under a rock. This has been a yearly day trip for my friends and I.

There are tons of trails you can hike but most importantly there are the most delicious fish and chips to. Visit to Cobalt and Sudbury, August 17th to August 20th.

Posted on by cogyg. Visit to Cobalt and Sudbury, August 17th to August 20th. (Excursions B4, B7, B9 and C5.) Excursions in vicinity of Toronto and to Muskoka and Madoc.

(Excursions B2, B5, B6, B8 and B) Excursions to Sudbury, Cobalt and Porcupine. (Excursions A3 and C6.) Transcontinental excursion C1, Toronto to Victoria and return via Canadian Pacific and Canadian Northern Railways. 3 parts Published work.

A.P. Coleman,Cover, Guidebook No. 7 Excursions to Sudbury, Cobalt and Porcupine: (Excursions A3 and C6). Toronto: Ontario Bureau of Mines. Map/ Diagram. A.P. Coleman, Geological map of the Sudbury Nickel Region to Accompany Monograph of A.P.

Coleman. The Nickel Industry with Special Reference to the Sudbury Region. This is the story of the winners and the losers in the scramble to find gold in Northern Ontario in the early s.

In these pages we meet Noah Timmins, who gambled with one fortune and made two others; Fred Schumacher, who always doubled his price if a deal didn't go through the first time; Roy Thomson, who use to gall and drive to turn debt and junk into a media empire; and Joe Author: Michael Barnes.

Coleman, A.P. "Classification of the Sudbury Ore Deposits," Transactions of the Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy. Vol. 16 (): Coleman, A.P. Visit to Cobalt and Sudbury, August 17th to August 20th. Posted on by petof. Visit to Cobalt and Sudbury, August 17th to August 20th. The list of tours will be made available in June.

The Geo Tours of Northern Ontario: The GeoTours Northern Ontario project, consisting of 7 GeoTours in the Greater Sudbury area and 10 in other parts of Northern Ontario*, has been completed and is available via download here – FINAL GEO TOURS updated 9_16_ The book Canadan suomalaisten sotilaiden muistoalbumi vuonna (Sudbury, Ontario69 p.) lists and shows by province photos of Finnish Canadian soldiers who served during WW II.

The captions, written in Finnish, under each individual mentions hometown, sometimes the birth year and place of birth, occupation, rank, arenas of service and where they were discharged.

With Busbud, comparing and booking tickets for a bus from Greater Sudbury to Cobalt is a breeze. Browse through an extensive selection of bus fares and bus schedules to find the best deals.

We make sure you can find a bus service from Greater Sudbury to Cobalt from the most reliable bus companies operating this trip. Sudbury local history. Work on a railway line to open up more land to farming in the Lake Temiskaming area led to the discovery of silver and the setting up of the Cobalt Camp.

The first discoveries were confirmed in and by there were sixteen mines in the area. Dome Mine is situated in the City of Timmins, Ontario, Canada; and was developed during the Porcupine Gold Rush. The Mattagami flows km from its source at Mattagami Lake in geographic Gouin Township in the Unorganized North Part of Sudbury District, on the Canadian Shield southwest of Timmins, to Portage Island in geographic Gardiner Township in the Unorganized North.

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