3 edition of Report of the survey and exploration of northern Ontario, 1900 found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Survey and exploration of northern Ontario, Report of.|
|Statement||printed by order of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxiii, 294 p. :|
|Number of Pages||294|
|LC Control Number||20003876|
Kapuskasing, Ontario. Infobox City official_name = Town of Kapuskasing other_name.
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Dept. of Crown Lands. Publication date Topics Ontario -- Description and travel, Ontario -- Surveys PublisherPages: Report of the Survey and Exploration of Northern Ontario, (Classic Reprint) Paperback – Aug by Ontario.
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Map of part of northern Ontario, showing the northern part of the district of Nipissing, Algoma and Thunder Bay. Comp. from surveys & explorations by the Department of crown lands and surveys by the Geological department of Canada. Internet Archive BookReader Report of the survey and exploration of northern Ontario, Häftad, Den här utgåvan av Report of the Survey and Exploration of Northern Ontario, - Scholar's Choice Edition är slutsåld.
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III. Ontario Geological Survey. Title. Series. TND5M67 ’82’ C Every possible effort is made to ensure the accuracy of the information contained in this. This report provides an overview of the mining process and related environmental and social impacts to support dialogue on land use decisions in northern Ontario.
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If a report or map has been revised, both the original publication and the revised version are listed (e.g. P and PREV). The results were published by order of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario as "Report of the Survey of Exploration of Northern Ontario ".
The section of the report detailing exploration of the Kapuskasing River contains references to the local Cree names for Sturgeon Falls, White Spruce Rapids, Kapuskasing River and Big Beaver Falls among. The Gateway to Northwestern Ontario History is a dynamic repository for photos, maps, newspapers records and other items of historical interest.
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