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The iron ores of Pictou County, Nova Scotia

Edwin Gilpin

The iron ores of Pictou County, Nova Scotia

by Edwin Gilpin

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Published by s.n. in [S.l .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Iron ores -- Nova Scotia -- Pictou (County)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby E. Gilpin.
    SeriesTransactions / American Institute of Mining Engineers -- v. 14., Transactions of the American Institute of Mining Engineers -- v. 14., CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 03478.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination10 p., [1] folded leaf of plates
    Number of Pages10
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16924407M
    ISBN 100665034784

    Coordinates: Coordinates Country Canada Province Nova Scotia Municipality: Pictou County: Founded: Incorporated: Ma GovernmentCountry: Canada.   Creepy Grave Pictou County - Duration: Channel 33 with Spongie 3, views. Pictou County Lobster Carnival Nova Scotia Canada - Duration: DJBonseye 1, g: iron ores.

      A Drive Around Pictou County. Category People & Blogs; Suggested by SME Foo Fighters - Rope (Official Music Video)Missing: iron ores. Londonderry is a community located in Colchester County. Though now a small, out-of-the-way place in Nova Scotia, as the 19th century progressed it became a major centre for iron ore mining and steel making. The company (and so too the community) was know as Acadia Mines. David E Stephens wrote of the heyday of Londonderry.

      Shipbuilding brought further prosperity. Lateth-century growth focused on port functions connecting northern Nova Scotia to Prince Edward Island, the Magdalene Islands and Cape Breton Island, but Pictou's isolated location eventually brought decline. Nearby towns were better situated to develop the county's coal and iron ore resources. Bridgeville iron mines, Pictou Co., Nova Scotia, Canada: A number of mines just north of the East River. They were worked between and They are now overgrown, though dangerous shafts still exist in the area. The mines were important for the.


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The iron ores of Pictou County, Nova Scotia by Edwin Gilpin Download PDF EPUB FB2

Report on the coals and iron ores of Pictou County, Nova Scotia Paperback – March 6, by Edward Hartley (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Author: Edward Hartley. Report on the coals and iron ores of Pictou County, Nova Scotia Paperback – January 1, by Edward. Hartley (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Author: Edward.

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The iron ores of Pictou County, Nova Scotia [electronic resource] / By or Edwin Gilpin and American Institute of Mining Engineers. Abstract. MINES AND MINING INDUSTRIES OF THE COUNTY. First coal mining - Coal field - General Mining Association - Acadia Company - Intercolonial - Nova Scotia Company - Vale - Iron ores CHAPTER XIX.

FROM THE DIVISION OF THE COUNTY TO THE PRESENT TIME - Iron-Mining in Nova Scotia. Throughout the 19 th century in Nova Scotia, the search for sustainable domestic sources of iron parallelled the discovery and development of the province’s coal reserves.

The ready availability of these two resources, in quantity and quality, was key to positioning Nova Scotia for early industrial development; and, afterfor supporting. Public Archives of Nova Scotia Nova Scotia Genealogical Sources, County Guide Series Vol.

1: Halifax County () Vol. 2: Kings County () Vol. 3: Lunenburg County () Vol. 4: Pictou County () Vol. 5: Annapolis County () Vol. 6: Colchester County () Vol. 7: Guysborough County () Vol. 8: City of Halifax () Public Missing: iron ores. Nova Scotia Mines and Minerals ~ Historical Timeline, The following timeline has been adapted from the 'Chronology of Minerals Development in Canada,' compiled in by the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum, and available online as part of the Natural Resources Canada Website.

Get this from a library. The iron ores of Pictou County, Nova Scotia. [Edwin Gilpin]. The Iron Ores of Pictou County Nova Scotia By E GILPIN JR A M. The Nova Scotia Gold Mines By E Gilpin JR A M F G S F R S C etc.

Transactions of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers, Volume Iron Ore on Destination Nova Scotia Coordinates: 45°26′″N 62°32′″W  /  °N °W  / ;  (Iron Ore, Nova This Pictou County, Nova Scotia location article is a stub.

Pictou County Place Names and Origins Pictou County, Nova Scotia GenWeb: Return to Main Page of the Pictou County GenWeb Adapted from the book, "Nova Scotia Place Names" by Thomas J.

Brown, Community: Origin of Name: Abercrombie: Abercrombie was probably named after General James Abercrombie, a British general with the 42nd or the first Missing: iron ores. Iron Ore (Community) is located in the Pictou County, Nova Scotia (NS) in Canada.

The satellite coordinates of Iron Ore are: latitude 44°40'55"N and longitude 63°44'39"W There are places (city, towns, hamlets ) within a radius of kilometers / 62 miles from the center of Iron Ore (NS), the nearest place in the area is Tenecape.

Although the quantity of Pictou County iron ore had soon proved smaller than expected, he had acted quickly to secure a permanent supply from Bell Island, Nfld. On the eve of Wilfrid Laurier ’s election victory inScotia was one of the largest industrial enterprises in the dominion, with 1, employees and assets of almost $3 million.

The Louis Frost Notes to History of Pictou Coal Field. It is commonly reported that coal was first discovered in Pictou County at Stellarton in the year and that in the first license to dig for coal was issued to John McKay.

Certain it is that, in Adam Carr obtained a lease from the crown to mine and export coal. Internet Archive BookReader A history of the County of Pictou, Nova Scotia Missing: iron ores. Pictou County is a county in the province of Nova Scotia, was established inand was formerly a part of Halifax County from to It had a population of 43, people ina decline of percent from Country: Canada.

Pictou (pĭk`to͞o, pĭkto͞o`), town ( pop. 4,), N N.S., Canada, on Pictou Harbour, an inlet of Northumberland is a lobster-fishing port and the terminal of a ferry to Prince Edward Island. It has lumbering and canning industries, and there are coal mines in the g: iron ores.

Get this from a library! Report on the coals and iron ores of Pictou County, Nova Scotia. [Edward Hartley; Geological Survey of Canada.].The occurrence of graphite has also been reported from West bay, Grand Narrows, East bay and Hunters island, and in addition, Mr.

Gilpin, in his Report of the Mines of Nova Scotia,mentions its presence, mostly in the form of plumbaginous shales, at Parrsborough, Salmon river, Musquodoboit, Hammonds plains, Fifteen-mile stream Boularderie.James Dawson arrived in Pictou from Scotland and became a prominent shipping businessman.

James' son, John William Dawson, was appointed as Nova Scotia's first superintendent of education in the s. Sir William was offered the first Principalship of McGill University inand retired from that position in