3 edition of The iron ores of Nova Scotia found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Edwin Gilpin, Jr|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 90179, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 90179|
|Contributions||Canadian Society of Civil Engineers|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfiche (10 fr.)|
|Number of Pages||10|
In two important mines— the Copper Cliff and Crean Hill—copper is present in larger amounts than nickel, and at Garson and Victoria mines it about equals the nickel; but all the other mines contain more nickel than copper. Although the first mil only started in Julvthe gold production from the district for that year was about Si, He and fifteen others took up a tract of over three thousand acres, extending up to Samuel Cameron's on the east side of the river, and to James Fraser's, Culloden, on the west side. McCallum have given from 10 to 30 per cent tin, and 8 per cent copper, present in the form of cassiterite and chalcopyrite, with association of tungsten-bearing zinc minerals. The quartz veins also carry mispickel and several other minerals but are not gold bearing.
There are also producing properties in Munro and Guibord near Matheson, in Otto at Swastika, and in the vicinity of Larder lake. This is perhaps as many or more than was given by any other family in the county. Donald served eight years in the army. When they were making the Big Miller's dam, he stood before a log that was rolling down the bank to stop it, but the log went over him and killed him. Pictonians at Home and Abroad,
It seems reasonable to expect that in the future other deposits of iron ore may be located over a considerable extent of territory in this district. In he had two hundred acres of land and a cow. As far as can be ascertained. In the Nelson district there are several gold properties working, some shipping ore to the smelters, but the larger number stamp milling and shipping the concentrates. Lawrence, and the St. In northern Ontario, mispickel has also been found in quantity on the shores of Net lake near Lake Timagami; in Davis township, Nipissing district; near Schreiber on the Canadian Pacific railway, and also in the Rainy River district.
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He married Christy Fraser and had four sons and four daughters. In Ontario, in addition to the occurrences of native copper, to which reference has already been made, there are four different districts in which copper-bearing minerals occur.
He was about eight years in the Royal Highland Emigrant Regiment, and three of his sons fought with him in the Revolutionary War on the Loyalists' side.
He and fifteen others took up a tract of over three thousand acres, extending up to Samuel Cameron's on the east side of the river, and to James Fraser's, Culloden, on the west side.
The silver production of British Columbia comes mainly from the argentiferous galena ores of the province which will be more fully described in the chapter on lead.
Marie, Midland, Hamilton, or the United States market. These as yet, however, have made no shipments. Theories of what the treasure could be include Captain Kidd's bloodstained pirate gold, an army payroll left by the French or British military engineers, priceless ancient manuscripts, the body of an Arif or other religious refugee leader, or the lost treasure of the Templars.
Asbestos quarry, Black Lake, Que. Shipments are being made by way of the Canadian Northern railway and Key harbour on Georgian bay. Willniott records about 50 separate occurrences of iron ore in the northern and western portions, and not including the deposits in Hastings, Frontcnac, and other counties in the eastern part of the province.
The Sandon-Silverton camps especially are showing promise, development at depth having been very satisfactory. The occurrence of alluvial gold in southern-Quebec has long been known, the first recorded discovery being in on the Gilbert river, a tributary of the Chaudiere, at a point about 50 miles southeast of Quebec city.
Refining the converter matte, separating the nickel, copper, and precious metals. As far as can be ascertained. This deposit was worked for some time for the antimony before the presence of the gold was recognized, but in later years it was a fairly steady producer of gold.
The opportunity in so far as the market is concerned for the development of Canadian iron resources is evident. Ores containing copper have been discovered at a number of points in the Yukon Territory, and one mine, the Pueblo, at Whitehorse, gives promise of becoming an increasingly important producer.
It is a question who had the honor of living in the first frame house above Springville.
Minerals containing copper as an essential constituent occur in many places throughout Canada. It is said that the price given for it was a saddle. His second son, Donald was the geologist of the East River.
Even more mystifying than the mineshaft is the complex tunnel, which links it to the ocean. John Thompson and his son Alexander settled at Sunny Brae in The Britannia mines, on Howe sound, are producing chalcopyrite ores, containing small quantities of gold and silver.
Click on most pictures in this story to see a larger version.This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. The term “skarn” some Swedish iron ores of this type (Geijer and Magnusson, ).
It is not normally used for skarn-type mineral assemblages produced by regional metamorphism of pre-existing deposits, for example highly metamorphosed lithofades of iron-formation (Gross, ; “Skarn iron”, subtype ).
In new chapters written for this edition, they present the evidence they have discovered in British military history records which shows who commanded this force, how it reached Nova Scotia, and when the work was carried out.
The new facts and insights offered in this book are a startling and convincing addition to the history of Oak Island. The Iron Ores of Nova Scotia [Canadian Society of Civil Engine Gilpin] on hildebrandsguld.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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The iron ores of Great Britain and Ireland, their mode of occurrence, age, and origin, and the methods of searching for and working them, with a notice of some of the iron ores of Spain, (London, C.
Lockwood and son, ), by J. D. Kendall (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). In my own opinion the Wilmot springs deserve to be better known and more frequented than they are at present.
If the proprietors were men of substance and energy, I have not a doubt but that their locality would be one of the best known places in all Nova Scotia. .