1 edition of Lower Athabaska and Slave River district found in the catalog.
Lower Athabaska and Slave River district
|Statement||prepared under the direction of F.C.C. Lynch, Superintendent Natural Resources and Intelligence Branch, Department of the Interior, Canada.|
|Contributions||Lynch, F. C. C. b. 1884., Canada. Natural Resources Intelligence Branch.|
|LC Classifications||HC117.A6 A5 1921|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||44 p. :|
|Number of Pages||44|
|LC Control Number||22001982|
That year Duncan McDougal paid the same price for 50 acres (B/d/59, Lower Red River outfit , fo. 31). Sprague and Frye. The Genealogy of the First Métis Nation: the Development and Dispersal of the Red River Settlement, (Winnipeg: Pemmican Publications, ). Red River Census, , HBCA E.5/8. Interesting Account of Thomas Anderson, a Slave, Taken from His Own Lips (Virginia: ?), ed. by J. P. Clark (HTML and TEI at UNC) Anderson, William J., Life and Narrative of William J. Anderson, Twenty-Four Years a Slave (Chicago: Daily Tribune Book and .
The boreal woodland caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou), also known as woodland caribou, boreal forest caribou and forest-dwelling caribou, is a North American subspecies of the reindeer (or the caribou in North America) with the vast majority of animals in the Porcupine caribou and barren-ground caribou, boreal woodland caribou are primarily, but not always, : Cervidae. This study conducted an effects-based analysis for the Peace-Athabasca-Slave River System, part of the massive Mackenzie River Basin, encompassing 20% of Canada's total land mass and influenced by cumulative contributions of the W.A.C. Bennett Dam (Peace River) and industrial activities including oil sands mining (Athabasca River).
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Lower Athabaska and Slave River district. Ottawa: Canada. Dept. of the Interior, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: F C C Lynch; Canada. Natural Resources Intelligence Branch. Addeddate Collection bittorrent audio Forum bittorrent Identifier bittorrenttexts Mediatype collection Publicdate Athabasca / ˌ æ θ ə ˈ b æ s k ə / ( population 2,), originally named Athabasca Landing, is a town in northern Alberta, is located km (90 mi) north of Edmonton at the intersection of Highway 2 and High on the banks of the Athabasca is the centre of Athabasca was known as Athabasca Landing prior to August 4, Country: Canada.
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SS Grahame was a wooden sternwheeled steamship built in Fort Chipewyan, District of Athabasca, by the Hudson's Bay Company in – for service on the Athabaska River, lower Peace River, the Clearwater River, and the upper Slave River. Grahame was the first steam powered vessel in the region.
The engines were built in the south, and shipped : Hudson's Bay Company. Part CC. Economic minerals of portions of district of Athabaska between Peace river and Athabaska riverMcConnell.
Vol. V, Part D. (5 pp.) Report on an exploration in the Yukon district, N. T., and adjacent northern portions of British Columbia, G. Dawson. Economic minerals of region west of Fort Smith, Slave river Author: Donaldson Bogart Dowling.
lie in northern Alberta and the remainder in the District of Mackenzie, North-west Territories. Peace River intersects the Lower Athabaska and Slave River district book part of the park to join the Slave-Riviere des Rochers drainage almost immediately north of Lake Athabaska.
Slave, Salt, and Little Buffalo rivers form the eastern boundary The North West Company was a fur trading business headquartered in Montreal from to It competed with increasing success against the Hudson's Bay Company in what is present-day Western Canada and Northwestern great wealth at stake, tensions between the companies increased to the point where several minor armed skirmishes broke out, and the two companies were forced by Headquarters: Montreal, Lower Canada.
- Micrometer survey of Peace River from Chipewyan to Dunvegan and Athabaska River from Slave River to Athabaska Landing.
- Traverse along CPR in British Columbia. - Exploration surveys-Yukon River and Mackenzie River. –89 - Surveys and explorations. The first to do this was a French-Canadian, who established Fort Vermilion.
Later were built, farther up the river, Forts Dunvegan and McLeod. About seven years after Pond entered the Athabaska district, Cuthbert Grant, the father of the half-breed leader in the skirmish at Seven Oaks, extended the fur trade to Great Slave Lake. The new diocese included the basins of the Saskatchewan and Churchill rivers, and the valley of the Athabaska River as far as Lesser Slave Lake.
In this vast territory there were six mission centres, namely: Lac St. Anne, St. Albert, Lac la Biche, lie a la Crosse, St. Paul of the Crees (the present Brosseau on the Saskatchewan River), and St. He retired inbut returned to work as the Hudson's Bay Company's clerk at Mingan on the Lower St.
Lawrence. He retired a second time in RARE BOOK DEPARTMENT. Originals, 2 cm (CHS61, CHS) Wentzel's diaries kept at Slave Lake in the summer ofand at Forks on the Mackenzie River, Hearne had revealed the existence of the Great Slave Lake, and the advance of daring fur-traders into the north had brought some knowledge of the great stream called the Peace, which rises far in the mountains of the west, and joins its waters to Lake Athabaska.
It was known that this river after issuing from the Athabaska Lake moved onwards. In January and February,he went to Jasper's house via Fort Assiniboine. Accompanied by Mr. Moberley, the gentleman in charge of the post, he journeyed five days up the Athabaska River into Athabaska Pass.
Want of food compelled him to return to Jasper's House. From here he returned to Edmonton by Macleod River and Lac Ste.
Anne. part of the Eastern Cordillera was a land mass, but north of Athabaska River to the arctic marine shale of the Sans Sault group, nearly 4, feet thick, rests on an eroded surface of Devonian rocks. In the vicinity of Norman Wells, the Upper Cretaceous is 2, feet thick and has been divided into three formations.
Series 1: Textual records. --predominant -- 75 cm of textual records. -- The series consists W. Albright's writings, primarily about agricultural and historical topics, including articles, a manuscript for a book, radio broadcasts, poetry and letters to the editor.
At Athabaska Landing, onA. M., we boarded the superb Peterborough canoe that I had christened the Ann Seton. The Athabaska River was a-flood and clear of ice; 13 scows of freight, with 60 half-breeds and Indians to man them, left at the same time, and in spite of a strong headwind we drifted northward fully 31 miles an hour.
Abitibi: lake in northern Ontario, river flowing into Moose River, and also territory in Quebec. Abitibi is an Indian word meaning “half-way water”.
It is derived from abitah meaning “middle, half-way” and nipi, “water”.The name was originally used by the French to designate an obscure band of Algonquin Indians living hereabout, half-way between the trading posts on Hudson Bay.
Alberta, Past and Present, Historical and Biographical One was stationed at Lake Athabasca, one went down the Slave River to Slave Lake, and the third under Clarke himself, went up the Peace River.
Up in the Athabaska District Archibald Norman Macleod was equally defiant. His orders to his bullies were: "Go to it, my lads.
PETER FIDLER () MARY MACKAGONNE () (Last Updated: Aug ) Peter Fidler, Canada’s Forgotten Explorer by J.G. MacGregor is undoubtedly the best book I have found about Peter FIDLER. You will find many tidbits in my descendant narratives that are excerpts from this en: Clement Fidler, Thomas Jonathan Fidler, Marguerite Fidler, Alban Fidler, Andrew Fidler.
After a year's furlough, Todd spent in the Lower Red River district, at York Factory (Man.), and at Fort Vancouver (Vancouver, Wash.) in the Columbia District.
He returned in to the Red River, where he was stationed as clerk at Brandon House (Man.).Report on geological explorations in Athabaska, Saskatchewan and Keewatin Districts [electronic resource]: including Moose Lake and the route from Cumberland Lake to the Churchill River, and the upper parts of Burnt Wood and Grass Rivers / (Ottawa: S.E.
Dawson, ), by D. B. Dowling and Geological Survey of Canada (page images at HathiTrust).Stay Connected. Diocese of Athabasca BoxPeace River, AB T8S 1S6 Canada Phone: () Fax: ()