Published 1946 by Bureau of Northwest Territories and Yukon Affairs, Dept. of Mines and Resources in Ottawa .
Written in EnglishRead online
|Statement||[by M. J. and J. L. Robinson]|
|Contributions||Robinson, J. Lewis 1918-|
|LC Classifications||F1096 .R6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||20|
|LC Control Number||47005239|
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Exploration and settlement of Mackenzie District, N.W.T [M. J Robinson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : M. J Robinson. The Mackenzie River expedition of – was the second of three Arctic expeditions led by explorer John Franklin and organized by the Royal had as its goal the exploration of the North American coast between the mouths of the Mackenzie and Coppermine rivers and the Bering Strait, in what is now present-day Alaska, Yukon, the Northwest Territories, and Nunavut.
Yukon and Mackenzie Exploration. In Mr. Ogilvie was sent in charge of a survey party to explore the Yukon district. Starting from Victoria in the spring of that year, he crossed from Chilkoot Inlet to the headwaters of the Yukon, and went down the latter to a point near the international boundary between Alaska and Canada, where he.
the exploration and first settlement of the Mac-kenzie Valley Area.' For over a hundred years fur remained almost the only economic product 1 see "Exploration and Settlement of Mackenzie District, N.W.T." by M. and J. Robinson, Cdn Geogr. Journal XXXII (6) July, and XXXIII (I), July, A group of people reliving the first exploration of Sir.
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Inthe Canadian government bought the land from the company. The present boundaries were set in Inpart of the Northwest Territories became the Inuit land of Nunavut.
Most economic development has occurred in Mackenzie district, which has large tracts of softwoods and rich mineral deposits. Area: 3,sq km (1,sq mi. John R. Wolforth, 4 books J. Tyrrell, 3 books James Williams Tyrrell, 2 books Warburton Mayer Pike, 2 books Emile Fortuné Stanislas Joseph Petitot, 2 books Kaj Birket-Smith, 1 book Cornelius Osgood, 1 book L.
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Exploration and Settlement of Mackenzie District, N.W.T. Google Scholar. Weather and Climate of the Northwest Territories. Google Scholar Gosling (W. G.), Labrador, its Discovery, Exploration. Mackenzie has been correctly called the “greatest Indian fighter of all time,” but historian J.
Evetts Haley, who included Mackenzie among the five individuals in his book, “Men of. Erik Thorvaldsson (c. – c. ), known as Erik the Red, was a Norse explorer, described in medieval and Icelandic saga sources as having founded the first settlement in most likely earned the epithet "the Red" due to the color of his hair and beard.
According to Icelandic sagas, he was born in the Jæren Exploration and settlement of Mackenzie District of Rogaland, Norway, as the son of Thorvald Asvaldsson. The District of Keewatin was a territory of Canada and later an administrative district of the Northwest was created in by the Keewatin Act, and originally it covered a large area west of Hudsonit became a part of the Northwest Territories and inits southern parts were adjoined to the provinces of Manitoba and Ontario, leaving the remainder, now called.
Fur trade in the Northwest Territories. -- Making snowshoes. -- Making waterproof kamiks. -- Making a spruce bark canoe. -- Simple ways to prepare and eat country food. -- Troubleshooting.
non-Dene lived in the Mackenzie District. Measles epidemic killed 60 people in Fort Rae, 66 in Fort Resolution. Alberta and Saskatchewan are created as provinces out of the old Northwest Territories. The NWT is divided into four districts: Ungava, Franklin, Keewatin, and Mackenzie.
non-Dene living in the Mackenzie District. The Scottish explorer Alexander Mackenzie, searching for a river course to the Pacific Ocean from the Canadian prairie, crossed the Rockies (–93) at a latitude higher than any other expedition until the early 19th century. The Lewis and Clark Expedition in –06 explored and charted a route up the.
– First European settlement on the site of present-day Waterloo; – First settlement, Ebytown, on the site of present-day Kitchener; – – The War of with the United States. Upper Canada is the chief target of the Americans, since it is weakly defended and populated largely by American immigrants.
The history of Idaho is an examination of the human history and social activity within the state of Idaho, one of the United States of America located in the Pacific Northwest area near the west coast of the United States and Canada.
Other associated areas include southern Alaska, all of British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, western Montana and northern California and Nevada. Oil City is a city in Venango County, Pennsylvania known for its prominence in the initial exploration and development of the petroleum is located at a bend in the Allegheny River at the mouth of Oil Creek.
Initial settlement of Oil City was sporadic, and tied to the iron industry. After the first oil wells were drilled init became central to the petroleum industry while. Geological setting of the Nerco Con Mine and the relationship of gold mineralization to metamorphism, Yellowknife, N.W.T.
supervision of R. V, Longe, Riocanex District Geologist, B.C. REGIONAL GEOLOGY Devono-Mississippian black shales on the DOG claims are believed to be a southern extension of those in the Selwyn Basin (Yukon Territory and Mackenzie District, N.W.T.) where such shales contain important deposits of lead and zinc.
"The Far North: Exploration in the Arctic Regions" by Elisha Kent Kane. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books.
A map of Mackenzie's track from Fort Chipewyan to the north sea in Contributor Names Mackenzie, Alexander, Created / Published London: Published by Alexander MacKenzie, Subject Headings.
Mackenzie River district and the Yukon. [A similar belief, it is said, exists amongst the Indians of the Yukon. The remains of the primeval elephant are exceedingly abundant in the tundras of Siberia, and a considerable trade in mammoth ivory has been carried on between that.
Get this from a library. The Mackenzie Delta area, N.W.T. [J R MacKay] -- Description of the geology, physiography, glaciation, vegetation and human geography of the Mackenzie Delta region, Northwest Territories, between Inuvik and Aklavik. He served in the far northern Mackenzie District and was made a Chief Trader when the NWCo and HBC merged in In he was seconded by the HBC to assist Sir John Franklin's overland Arctic exploration.
Although this expedition ran into difficulties, Dease emerged with great credit both for his knowledge of the North and his. At Fort Simpson Chief Factor Edward Small was in command of the Mackenzie District with M.
McPherson, C. Bnisbois, John Bell and J. Hutchison as clerks at Forts Riviere au Liards, Norman, Good Hope and Halkett, respectively, assisted by two or three men at each post.
The annual outfit for the district consisted of about pieces. The Mackenzie Valley Pipeline Inquiry. On 21 March, the Canadian government commissioned the Mackenzie Valley Pipeline Inquiry, also known as the Berger Inquiry, named after the royal commissioner of the inquiry, Justice Thomas R.
Berger. The purpose of the inquiry was to gather testimony on the environmental, economic and social impact of. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
"Notes on mammals collected and observed in the northern Mackenzie River district with remarks on explorers and explorations of the far North, by R.
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Subjects: Botany Description and travel Eskimo languages Glossaries, vocabularies, etc Mackenzie Mackenzie (N.W.T.) Northwest Territories Northwest, Canadian Across the sub-Artics of Canada, a journey of 3, miles by canoe and snow-shoe through the barren lands, including a list of plants collected on the expedition, a vocabulary of Eskimo.
Recent exploration by Muskox Minerals Corp. gives every indication that this intrusion has the potential to become the world's next major source of PGMs. Location and history The Muskox Intrusion (MI) is located in the new Territory of Nunavut, previously known as the Mackenzie District of the Northwest Territories, Canada.
Home - Random Browse: Roderick Mor had twelve other sons and two daughters, of whose history very little is known. One of the sons, either John or William, married, with issue - at least two sons - the Rev.
Hugh Mackenzie, who was born inand was for fourteen years Baptist minister at St. Ives, where he died and was buried in In some of the run was taken over for closer settlement and the Hamiltons sold o sheep. After the station was sold to a syndicate and in it passed to Simon Mackenzie who purchased Clayton for his sons.
They remained at Clayton until It appears that no major changes to the homestead took place during this time. Imagine the village of Kittigaaryuit in (figure 1).
There, on a beach at the mouth of the Mackenzie River, perched the largest known settlement of Inuit in the North American Arctic. Up to one thousand Kittigaaryungmiut — ancestors of today's Inuvialuit — sustained an. local people. The ordering and selection of books to be sent out to the member libraries in these areas is performed at Rey River, using the stock records sent in from the two branches, to make up the blocks of books which are exchanged three timet at year.
All movement of library materials is by air, except in the southern Mackenzie area. He married again in Sir Alexander MacKenzie died in Scotland in Jefferson read MacKenzie’s book Voyages from Montreal in the summer of The book’s suggestion for British expansion into the region contributed to Jefferson’s decision to send Lewis and Clark to reconnoiter an easier trade route to the Pacific from to Rae to Great Bear Lake, Mackenzie District, N.W.T.
- Canada. Geological Survey. Memoir by Desmond Fife Kidd; Data on the lake and round whitefish, lake cisco, norther pike, and Arctic grayling for Great Bear Lake, N.W.T., - (Data report series CEN/D) (Unknown Binding).
Charles Eugène Bedaux (10 October – 18 February ) was a French-American millionaire. The Bedaux Canadian Sub-Arctic Expedition was the title Bedaux gave to the expedition he formed to cross the wilderness of Northern British Columbia in Mostly, the expedition was a publicity stunt, but it wa s also formed to test the new Citroën half-track cars that were being developed by.
Twizel NZ is an alpine village situated in the Mackenzie District in the South Island of New Zealand. Twizel is the closest town to Mount Cook and the Tasman Glacier and setting for many scenes from Lord of the Rings and many other movies.
Captain Cook did not sight the mountain during his exploration. Following the settlement between Nga-i. This transcription of the manuscript diaries of W.H.B. Hoare records the journey undetaken by him and his assistant, A.
John Knox, into gather information on the newly-established Thelon Game Sanctuary in the Mackenzie District of the Northwest Territories. "Place of Man" is the Inuit meaning of Inuvik, a modern settlement in the Arctic Circle and on the Mackenzie River.
Built between and during the exploration for oil and gas, it replaced Aklavik, which was prone to flooding. Today, Inuvik is the trading, administrative, and supply center for the western Arctic.This virtual exhibition brings together a selection of 10, photographs, from the Exploration Place in Prince George, the Mackenzie & District Museum, Valley Museum & Archives in McBride, and the Valemount & Area Museum, that depict the history of environmental, cultural, and social changes that occurred in the Fraser Fort George Region between and "Accord et convention entre Alex.
MacKenzie et McTavish Frobisher & Co., 24 juillet " Ledger Book, Sir Alexander Mackenzie and Company (XY Company), including dates Ledger, Dr.
to Outfits,Sir Alexander Mackenzie and Company. Statement of Outfits,Sir Alexander Mackenzie and Company.