County of Brant Public Library Digital Collections
Mining Society News, May 7, 2005
Publication
The Walking Question Mark: Newsletter of the Grand River Heritage Mines Society, 7 May 2005
Description
Media Type
Text
Description
The Grand River Heritage Mines Society was active from 1993 through 2005 with the goal of identifying and documenting all of the historic mines located within the Grand River valley. These newsletters document their activities, including archaeological digs and research into mine history.

This issue includes a brief summary of the Society's activities.

These newsletters were provided courtesy of the Grand River Heritage Mines Society. Their book, Herons and Cobblestones, is also available as a part of this collection.
Date of Publication
7 May 2005
Subject(s)
Collection
Grand River Heritage Mines Society Newsletters
Language of Item
English
Creative Commons licence
by-sa [more details]
Copyright Statement
Protected by copyright: Uses are subject to the terms of a license. Contact the repository for further information. Responsibility for any use rests exclusively with the user.
Copyright Date
2005
Copyright Holder
Grand River Heritage Mines Society
Recommended Citation
Mining Society News. (2005). Paris, ON: Grand River Heritage Mines Society. Retrieved from http://images.ourontario.ca/brant/details.asp?ID=81725
Contact
Grand River Heritage Mines Society
Email:reference@brant.ca
Website:
Agency street/mail address:

County of Brant Public Library (Paris Branch)

12 William Street

Paris, ON

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Mining Society News, May 7, 2005


The Grand River Heritage Mines Society was active from 1993 through 2005 with the goal of identifying and documenting all of the historic mines located within the Grand River valley. These newsletters document their activities, including archaeological digs and research into mine history.

This issue includes a brief summary of the Society's activities.

These newsletters were provided courtesy of the Grand River Heritage Mines Society. Their book, Herons and Cobblestones, is also available as a part of this collection.