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Excursions to Sudbury, Cobalt and Porcupine.

Excursions to Sudbury, Cobalt and Porcupine.

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Published by Ontario Bureau of Mines in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Geology -- Ontario, Northern -- Guidebooks

  • Edition Notes

    GenreGuidebooks
    SeriesGuide book -- no. 7, Guide book (Geological Survey of Canada) -- no. 7
    ContributionsOntario. Bureau of Mines., International Geological Congress (12th : 1913 : Toronto, Ont.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination150 p. :
    Number of Pages150
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18898728M

      The shop had its share of bookstore cats over the years. The three-books-for-a-quarter table was a fixture from to The paperback room was packed to the rafters. “Hurt” books had their own section where visitors could browse the damaged volumes for a bargain. Local artists came by to paint or photograph the scene. Visit to Cobalt and Sudbury, August 17th to August 20th. Posted on by cogyg. Visit to Cobalt and Sudbury, August 17th to August 20th. Information about the bus from Sudbury to Cobalt. The travel length between Sudbury and Cobalt takes by bus around 4 hours and 40 minutes, and the approximate price for a bus ticket between Sudbury and Cobalt is $ CAD. Please note that this information about the bus from Sudbury to Cobalt is approximate. Cobalt is a town in the district of Timiskaming, in the province of Ontario, Canada, with a population of 1, according to the Canada Census.. In the early s, the area was heavily mined for silver; the silver ore also contained , the community was the fourth highest producer of silver in the world. Mining declined significantly by the s, together with the local.

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Excursions to Sudbury, Cobalt and Porcupine. Download PDF EPUB FB2

From Sudbury to Timmins to Cobalt, Northeastern Ontario is chock-full of both active and abandoned mines to explore, as well as museums that pay homage to its rich mining heritage.

Geologist Ruth Debicki of the Sudbury Rock & Lapidary Society describes geology as “the CSI of the earth”—a way to uncover the secrets of Ontario’s natural past.

PM - Lunch (Cobalt Town Hall)5 PM - Townsite Mine PM - Cobalt Mining Museum, underground tour. PM - Depart for Sudbury (snacks and beverages en route). Estimated time of arrival in Sudbury is p.m.

Friday evening flights from Sudbury are NOT recommended. 4 Breakfast is at participants’ expense. Breakfast is not served. This is the story of Excursions to Sudbury winners and the losers in the scramble to find gold in Northern Ontario in the early s. In these pages we meet Noah Timmins, who gambled with one fortune and made two others; Fred Schumacher, who always doubled his price if a deal didn't go through the first time; Roy Thomson, who use to gall and drive to turn debt and junk into a media empire; and Joe Author: Michael Barnes.

- Excursions dans le Sud-Ouest de l'Ontario - Published: Commission Geologique Canada. - Excursions a Sudbury, Cobalt et Porcupine. Excursions A3 et C6 - Published: Commission internationale d'histoire militaire comparee.

- Bibliographie internationale d'histoire militaire. International bibliography of military. This publications describes occurrences of minerals, rocks, and fossils for localities in the Temagami, Cobalt, Gowganda, Matachewan, Matheson, and Excursions to Sudbury regions in Ontario and in the Ville-Marie and Belleterre areas in Quebec.

These areas include the Cobalt silver mining camp and the Porcupine gold field, as well as less celebrated mining caps such as Elk Lake. Cobalt area in The total production from Sud­ bury from to had been only $16, which, while con­ siderable, was surpassed by Cobalt' production in each of the years and Sudbury's future was, of course, assured from the.

Fortunes in the Ground is one of his best known Excursions to Sudbury about the three great mining camps of Cobalt, the Porcupine and Kirkland Lake. It not only highlights the winners and losers in those great discoveries, but also includes the ordinary people who came and pioneered Northern Ontario.

As Barnes said, “There is a romance to mining. Distance» Ontario» Sudbury» Ontario» Porcupine There are miles or km from Sudbury to Porcupine. Sudbury and Porcupine are take 4 hours 21. The box car of dynamite exploded, sending the waters of Porcupine Lake into a tidal-like wave, drowning many people and horses who had sought sanctuary in the lake.

Except for a few structures in Pottsville which had been saved by a bucket brigade, at nightfall, all that was left of the Porcupine Gold Camp was a blackened wasteland. 2 days ago  TIMMINS -- First Cobalt Refinery in Temiskaming Shores is getting $10 million from federal and provincial governments to produce cobalt-sulphate, an element needed to make batteries for electric vehicles.

By next June, First Cobalt Refinery plans to work on recommissioning and expanding the facility in Temiskaming Shores. Coleman, A.P. "Classification of the Sudbury Ore Deposits," Transactions of the Canadian Institute of Mining and Excursions to Sudbury.

Vol. 16 (): Coleman, A.P. Visit to Cobalt and Sudbury, August 17th to August 20th Posted By lixi in on Visit to Cobalt and Sudbury, August 17th to August 20th. (Excursions B4, B7, B9 and C5.) Excursions in vicinity of Toronto and to Muskoka and Madoc.

(Excursions B2, B5, B6, B8 and B) Excursions to Sudbury, Cobalt and Porcupine. (Excursions A3 and C6.) Transcontinental excursion C1, Toronto to Victoria and return via Canadian Pacific and Canadian Northern Railways. 3 parts Published work. A.P. Coleman,Cover, Guidebook No.

7 Excursions to Sudbury, Cobalt and Porcupine: (Excursions A3 and C6). Toronto: Ontario Bureau of Mines. Map/ Diagram. A.P. Coleman, Geological map of the Sudbury Nickel Region to Accompany Monograph of A.P. Coleman. The Nickel Industry with Special Reference to the Sudbury Region.

Sudbury local history. Work on a railway line to open up more land to farming in the Lake Temiskaming area led to the discovery of silver and the setting up of the Cobalt Camp. The first discoveries were confirmed in and by there were sixteen mines in the area.

Judge Siegfrid Atkinson, left, served as the Police Magistrate for Northeastern Ontario starting in He visited the communities of Timmins, Kirkland Lake, New Liskeard, Haileybury, Cobalt and Latchford weekly to deal with issues in those communities (some urgent, many not).

Printed wrappers. Published in French describing the geology around Sudbury, Cobalt and Porcupine. pages plus photographs and maps.

Three maps in rear pocket. Maps show railroads, many of which have been abandoned. The Tri-Towns: Cobalt, Haileybury and New Liskeard Hardcover Next page > Cobalt, Porcupine and Kirkland Lake Dec 1, by Michael Barnes Hardcover. $ Audible Listen to Books & Original Audio Performances.

A great place to all ages to visit. This science centre has something for all ages and all interests. You start by seeing and feeling what the foundation of Sudbury is really like (ROCKS!), they have movies on going as well as a lot of hands on activities and animals to see/ TripAdvisor reviews.

With Busbud, comparing and booking tickets for a bus from Greater Sudbury to Cobalt is a breeze. Browse through an extensive selection of bus fares and bus schedules to find the best deals. We make sure you can find a bus service from Greater Sudbury to Cobalt from the most reliable bus companies operating this trip.

Dome Mine is situated in the City of Timmins, Ontario, Canada; and was developed during the Porcupine Gold Rush.

The Mattagami flows km from its source at Mattagami Lake in geographic Gouin Township in the Unorganized North Part of Sudbury District, on the Canadian Shield southwest of Timmins, to Portage Island in geographic Gardiner Township in the Unorganized North.

Excursions a Sudbury, Cobalt et Porcupine ()‎ (14 F) F Fairy tales and other stories (Andersen, Craigie)‎ (27 F) Media in category " books" The following files are in this category, out of 1, total.

(previous page). The list of tours will be made available in June. The Geo Tours of Northern Ontario: The GeoTours Northern Ontario project, consisting of 7 GeoTours in the Greater Sudbury area and 10 in other parts of Northern Ontario*, has been completed and is available via download here – FINAL GEO TOURS updated 9_16_   A Haileybury hotelier and tourism promoter wants to revive the area’s rich mining history and introduce it to a wider audience.

Nicole Guertin, co-owner of Presidential Suites, is hosting a media familiarization tour in early May designed to spark interest in the famed Cobalt mining camp and its impact in today’s Canadian mining industry. The MapArt North Eastern Ontario Road Atlas is a comprehensive Back Road Atlas and a City guide for Northern Communities like TImmins and Sudbury.

Things to Do in Sudbury, Massachusetts: See Tripadvisor's traveler reviews and photos of Sudbury tourist attractions. Find what to do today, this weekend, or in December.

We have reviews of the best places to see in Sudbury. Visit top-rated & must-see attractions. For more books about the Cochrane area, see the list provided at OntarioGenWeb. Gold in Porcupine by Michael Barnes Timmins the Porcupine Country by Michael Barnes Gold in the Porcupine by Michael Barnes Published by Highway Book Shop, Cobalt Cntario The story of the early prospectors in the Timmins - Porcupine area.

In June while prospecting about 90 miles north of Cobalt, near Porcupine Lake west of the T & N O Harry Preston, slipping on a small knob of rock, ripped the moss cover from a quartz vein. He and his colleagues — Jack Wilson and George Burns — found, after more stripping of moss, that the vein was more than 20 feet wide and led to a.

Porcupine mining district, Timmins area, Cochrane District, Ontario, Canada: The Porcupine Mining District as used here, is restricted to the traditional ' Porcupine gold camp' namely the Deloro, Tisdale, and Whitney Townships.

All other Townships are under Timmins area. Algom Mines Ltd Assets acquired Auth cap B.C. Register base metal prospect basis share celled changeable Char Charter surrendered Chartered Trust Chibougamau COBALT CONSOLIDATED MINES LTD COPPER MINES LTD Corp Ltd Crown Trust DEVELOPMENT CO LTD Eastern & Chartered Eastern and Chartered equity for shareholders EXPLORATION CO LTD Explorations Ltd.

Underground tours are offered seven days a week throughout the summer and include options ranging from basic 45 minute underground walks to an extensive 6 hour tour of the second level, requiring guests to walk, rappel, crawl, and climb their way through the second level of.

Bib Number Name City Province; Carrianne Agawa: Birch Island: Ontario: rick allard: Porcupine: Ontario: AMANDA BARRY: SUDBURY: Ontario: Trina Bates: Kirkland Lake. Sudbury, Ontario—In the second half ofVale converted two-furnace operation in Sudbury into a single furnace operation.

As a result of this change, Sudbury increased the proportion of production of copper concentrate to total copper production from a rate of 66% in to 72% inmaximizing the smelter capacity for nickel. The book Canadan suomalaisten sotilaiden muistoalbumi vuonna (Sudbury, Ontario69 p.) lists and shows by province photos of Finnish Canadian soldiers who served during WW II.

The captions, written in Finnish, under each individual mentions hometown, sometimes the birth year and place of birth, occupation, rank, arenas of service and where they were discharged. Timiskaming District - North Bay, Ontario - Cobalt silver rush - Ontario - Fred La Rose - Nipissing Mine - Noah Timmins - Henry Timmins - Cobalt Silver Kings - Michael John O'Brien - Kirkland Lake - Temiskaming Shores - Cobalt - Cobalt station - Ontario Northland Railway - Edward James Gibson Holland - Highway Book Shop - Walter Frederick Light - Charlie Angus - Elmer Sopha - List of towns.

back to Mining in Ontario Mining is an important industry in Ontario, employing overpeople, directly and indirectly, and producing about $billion worth of minerals annually. Ontario is Canada’s leader in metals mining, producing 53 per cent of the country’s gold, 47 per cent of its nickel and 31 per cent of its copper.

Ontario is the second largest producer of. Sudbury and it used to coordinate the servicing offices in Timmins, Kirkland Lake and Cobalt. With the closure of the Timmins Office, the Sudbury Office assumes both servicing and coordinating activities for the area.

In the late ’s, after raiding Locals of the International Union of Mine Mill and Smelter. Several years ago I heard about a book written by a native of South Porcupine about that community back in the hey day of the MacIntyre mine and your bookstore had it. That summer () I intended to find it and buy it at your Hwy Book Shop but sorrow intervened.

My husband died that summer and I have not been looking for it since. Sudbury and first on the west side of the Sudbury River (the first cemetery in Sudbury being the North Cemetery described in Stop 2 of the tour).

The oldest burial stone still existing is that of Sara Noyes, who died in at age   Excursions a Sudbury, Cobalt et Porcupine ()‎ (14 F) K Townsite Mine‎ (2 F) Transport in Cobalt, Ontario‎ (1 C, 7 F) Media in category "Cobalt, Ontario" The following 46 files are in this category, out of 46 total.

Annual report () () Create a book; Download as PDF; Printable version. Revised Edition. Original softcover publication rebound in light brown buckram, some soiling along edges.

Ex-library with withdrawal stamp on inside front flyleaf and inside rear cover; and blackout of catalog numbers on spine and Introduction page. Overall, in good condition. A summary of the mining towns and mines in eastern Canada served by the railroad. Numerous charts, diagrams and.Sudbury, officially Greater Sudbury, in full City of Greater Sudbury, city, seat of Sudbury district, southeastern Ontario, is situated on the western shore of Ramsey Lake, about 40 miles (65 km) north of Georgian Bay of Lake Huron.

The site was the location of a temporary workers’ camp in –84 during the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway through the region.Hawley, J. E. / THE SUDBURY ORES: Their Mineralogy and Origin, Toronto,cl, Journal of the Mineralogical Association of Canada, Volume 7, Part 1, pages, - 3 .