Title: Ontario Sessional Papers, 1914, No.3-9
Year: 1914 (1910s)
Authors: ONTARIO. LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY
Contributing Library: Robarts – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: Ontario Council of University Libraries and Member Libraries
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Sesekinika lake to Amikougami lake. In Boltons report Amikou-gami lake is called Lake Anikojigami, w^hich name implies a collection of lakes joinedby narrow passages. In the Fourteenth Report of the Bureau of Mines W. G. Miller described thegeology of a portion of the township of Boston, in which an iron range had been dis-covered a few years previous: The iron formation or jaspilyte of Boston is similarin character to that of Temagami and to those of other parts of Ontario such as theHutton township range north of Sudbury, and the Vermilion range of the state ofMinnesota. Other formations referred to are the greenstones, syenites, conglomerateand later trap dikes, which are shown on the accompanying map. 1 Geol. Survey of Canada, Vol. XIV, 117A to 130A. Lake Temi-skaming to the Height of Land. 11th Report, Bureau of Mines. ^ Round Lake to Abitibi. 12th Report, Bureau of Mines. * Boston Township Iron Ranges. 14th Report, Bureau of Mines. 1914 The Kirkland Lake and Swastika Gold Areas
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Scene on Blanche river, iVlcIilro township.
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