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Geology of the Burchell Lake area, District of Thunder Bay.

P. E. Giblin

Geology of the Burchell Lake area, District of Thunder Bay.

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Published by Frank Fogg in Toronto .
Written in English


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SeriesGeological report / Ontario. Department of Mines -- 19
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Open LibraryOL13942302M


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Geology of the Burchell Lake area, District of Thunder Bay. by P. E. Giblin Download PDF EPUB FB2

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The area covered in this report lies between latitudes 48°45 T and 49°07 and longitudes 85°32» and 86°05» in the District of Thunder Bay. This represents about square.

The Granitehill Lake map-area is situated approximately 40 miles north of White River, Ontario. This area straddles the Algoma-Thunder Bay district boundary and falls within the Sault Ste. Marie Mining Division on the east side of the boundary and in the Thunder Bay Mining Division on the west Size: 5MB.

Burchell Lake Ghost Town September Burchell Lake is a company mining town, built in the 's, and abandoned in the 's after the Burchell Lake mine closed.

Burchell Lake is situated about km east of Thunder Bay. At: N48°' W°' The town itself is behind numerous no tresspassing and warning signs. Hurkett is a dispersed rural community and unincorporated place in the Unorganized part of Thunder Bay District in northwestern Ontario, Canada.

It is on Black Bay on the north shore of Lake Superior in geographic Stirling Township, and is on Ontario Highwaya short spur off Ontario Highway Hurkett is a designated place served by a local services board, and has a population of Area: km² ( sq mi).

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