Report of Progress - Geological Survey of Canada
Geological Survey of Canada, 1900
Contents of each report may be found in "List of publications of the Geological survey of Canada. 1906."
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Alta analysis apatite assay band basin beds Bell Billings Black British Columbia Brook Brunswick Canada Cape Breton character Charlotte clay coal coal seams coast collected conglomerate copper Creek crystalline deposits Devonian diorite distribution district division east explorations exposed exposures facing Falls Formation fossils Gaspé geology gneiss gold Grand granite Group Harbour height Hill Hudson Hudson Strait Huronian Indian Inlet Inverness iron iron-ore Island John John River Lake Superior Laurentian lignite limestone Little localities Lower Measures mineral mines Mountain mouth northern occurrence Ontario Ottawa outcrop Peace River Pictou plants Point position Potsdam probable Queen referred road rocks salt sand sandstone scale Series shales shore showing Silurian slates southern springs stone summary surveys Tertiary thickness tion Trenton Upper valley veins vicinity wood-cut York
Page 2 - Viet., c. 35), the provinces of Ontario and Quebec, then known as Upper and Lower Canada, were united under the name of the Province of Canada, and it was, inter alia, enacted that, in consideration of certain annual payments which Her Majesty had agreed to accept by way of civil list, the produce of all territorial and other revenues at the disposal of the Crown arising in either of the...
Page 2 - III. — General Index. In this the arrangement, under a reference to a place, is usually chronological, commencing with the earliest, while under a subject, references will be found alphabetically arranged, or in cases of common occurrences, as of iron, localities may be grouped under Provinces. It must...
Page 17 - Remarks on the Mining Region of Lake Superior; addressed to the Committee of the Honorable the Executive Council, and Report on Mining Locations claimed on the Canadian Shores of the Lake, addressed to the Commissioner of Crown Lands, by WE Logan, Provincial Geologist. Montreal: Printed by Lovell & Gibson, at their Steam-printing establishment, St.