Section Of Mineral Statistics And Mines
Publication:
Geological Survey of Canada , 1896


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Media Type:
Publication
Description:
Geological Survey of Canada: Report of Progress 1896
p.133S-139S, 147S

Statistics ; Mines ; Rainy River District ; Lake of the Woods ; Regina Mine ; Sultana Mine ; Gold bearing veins ; Keewatin rocks ; Rossland granitic area ; Seine River area ; Manitou Lake ; Sawbill Mine ; Sawbill Lake ; Wabigoon Lake ; Lake Minnietakie ; Steep Rock Lake ; Moose Lake ; Harold Lake ; Bad Vermilion Lake ; Mine Centre ; Shoal Lake ; Hillier's ; Ferguson's ; Scotch Lake ; Irish Lake ; Caribou Lake ; Lake Superior ; Empress Mine

Silver production ; Thunder Bay District ; Silver Islet Mine (mentions closure in 1884)
Notes:
Full text available at Brodie Resource Library
Date of Publication:
1896
Subject(s):
Language of Item:
English
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Section Of Mineral Statistics And Mines


Geological Survey of Canada: Report of Progress 1896
p.133S-139S, 147S

Statistics ; Mines ; Rainy River District ; Lake of the Woods ; Regina Mine ; Sultana Mine ; Gold bearing veins ; Keewatin rocks ; Rossland granitic area ; Seine River area ; Manitou Lake ; Sawbill Mine ; Sawbill Lake ; Wabigoon Lake ; Lake Minnietakie ; Steep Rock Lake ; Moose Lake ; Harold Lake ; Bad Vermilion Lake ; Mine Centre ; Shoal Lake ; Hillier's ; Ferguson's ; Scotch Lake ; Irish Lake ; Caribou Lake ; Lake Superior ; Empress Mine

Silver production ; Thunder Bay District ; Silver Islet Mine (mentions closure in 1884)