Report on the Country in the Vicinity of Red Lake and Part of the Basin of Berens River
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Report on the Country in the Vicinity of Red Lake and Part of the Basin of Berens River Keewating. by Geological Survey of Canada.

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Another method included the injection of fresh river water into a saline floodplain aquifer to target stressed river red gums on the Lower River Murray (Berens et al. ). As a result of this. Full text of "Annual report of the Department of Indian Affairs" See other formats.   For example, the Ojibway selected St. Peter’s Reserve, near present-day East Selkirk, because of its access to fishing grounds in the Red River and Lake Winnipeg. Alexander Ross (), a fur trader and local historian, said that during periods of famine in the Red River Settlement, fish commanded a high price. Page [unnumbered] (`,J r-l!l:,It,",.) 'O") v,, (- ") Page [unnumbered] Page [unnumbered] Page [unnumbered] Page [unnumbered] & w ii I li~ l~ ____ tlt i II~ ~t~ '}t1~'ji~ ~}El i; ___ ~~ uitiittitt JL~7i~F1FI i II til IttiltU ttt t lii t iiit t i ~ tJL.J1LILLj{~ itit t J4Li mar0 1N~LeUDIN A LA BO OF THE VILLAGES, CITIES -AND TOWVNSHIPS OF THE COUNTY. r04P TS9kT 4JfFE .

Red Lake Fish Sanctuary - no fishing from April 1 to June 14 in the following areas: Red Lake and Chukuni River - McDonough and Bateman Townships, from Little Vermilion Lake south to Red Lake, including part of Hoyles Bay; Red Lake and Golden Creek - Bateman Township, from the Pine Ridge Road, south to Red Lake, including part of East Bay.   Legislative Assembly, Sessional Papers , no. "Report on the Basin of Moose River and adjoining country." Ontario, Province of. Legislative Assembly, Sessional papers , no. "The James Bay Treaty: Treaty Number Nine." Ontario, Province of. Northerly and Westerly Ontario: Borron's Reports , Toronto: Queen's Printer, Ojibwe Bibliography – part 2 [] Broker, J. (Chairman). (). Minutes of joint meeting of the tribal executive committee of the Minnesota Chippewa Tribal Council and the Board of Directors of the Chippewa Cooperative Marketing Association, held at the Village of Cass Lake, Minnesota. Report of the Geological branch [Ottawa Field-Naturalists' Club] for Ottawa Nat., vol. xiii, pp. , Contains geologic and paleontologic notes on the region in the vicinity of Ottawa. On the geology of Wolfville, and part of the basin of Minas, Nova Scotia. The Evangeline Journal, 3d edition, Author: Fred Boughton Weeks.

North West Co. post on south bank of Red Lake river, at mouth of Clearwater river, right bank of latter. Built by J.B. Cadotte for North West Co. Was visited by Thompson Situated opposite present town of Red Lake Falls. When A. Henry Jr. visited the place October , only the remains were left. Geological Survey of Canada: Report of the country in the vicinity of Red Lake and part of the basin of Berens River, Keewatin [electronic resource] / ([Ottawa?: s.n.], ), also by D. B. Dowling (page images at HathiTrust). The want of an interesting work on Greek and Roman mythology, suitable for the requirements of both boys and girls, has long been recognized by the principals of our advanced schools. The study of the classics themselves, even where the attainments of the pupil have rendered this feasible, has not. The Sandy Lake Tragedy was the culmination in of a series of events centered in Sandy Lake, Minnesota that resulted in the deaths of several hundred Lake Superior Chippewa. Officials of the Zachary Taylor Administration and Minnesota Territory sought to relocate several bands of the tribe to areas west of the Mississippi River.