RM2GEAWM3–Kapuskasing Ontario Canada shown on a road map or Geography map
RM2H4N8R5–Statue of a black bear near the welcome centre in Kapuskasing.
RF2DC4AJF–As the sun is setting its lights are reflected on the Kapuskasing River
RM2J2CX8G–Tank car of Ontario Rail is waiting for its loads in Cochrance District in northern Ontario, Canada.
RFGDY0AD–Construction of generating stations along the Lower Mattagami River
RF2DC4CGE–Hidden gem in the middle of the woods
RFGDY0AC–Industrial road near Kapuskasing, Canada.
RMC1KMJR–Canada, north Ontario, logger festival at Kapuskasing, axe competition
RFA10BJM–Town Clock Kapuskasing Ontario
RF2C187GD–Construction of generating stations along the Lower Mattagami River
RFWD1HWR–Scenic View Of Lake Against Orange Sky
RMKJF44C–Ontario Northern 1502 at Cochrane, Ontario headed to Kapuskasing in November 1978 (26726272394)
RM2HGWMCG–Kapuskasing, Cochrane District, Canada, Ontario, N 49 25' 0'', W 82 25' 59'', map, Timeless Map published in 2021. Travelers, explorers and adventurers like Florence Nightingale, David Livingstone, Ernest Shackleton, Lewis and Clark and Sherlock Holmes relied on maps to plan travels to the world's most remote corners, Timeless Maps is mapping most locations on the globe, showing the achievement of great dreams
RMPA3M9W–335 Église de Kapuskasing en Ontario BAnQ P748S1P2209
RM2KG811A–Early 20th century press print, Canada: Kapuskasing experimental farm, Ontario
RM2AWG41E–The university in overalls; a plea for part-time study . oners and unemployed should have beenutilized in great land-clearing undertakings since 1867,or, for that matter, since 1763. Another reason why settlement is at a standstill in ourgreat clay belts to-day is the absence of women from theland. Hven the privilege of living in camp communitiesinstead of on individual homesteads, while a percentageof the land is being cleared and buildings erected, will notof itself hold the homesteaders. This has been demon-strated at Kapuskasing. There the retxrrned men areallowed to live together. They ha
RM2H4N8MX–Steam train made from timbers located at the Kapuskasing Welcome Centre.
RMC1M43C–Canada, north Ontario, logger festival at Kapuskasing, axe competition
RMA0BGBX–Antique Steam Train 1
RFJH6WYW–Construction of generating stations along the Lower Mattagami River
RMKJFC65–Roger Puta rode to Kapuskasing, ON in March 1980 (32986153204)
RMPA3M9T–335 Église de Kapuskasing en Ontario BAnQ P748S1P2209
RM2AXAP81–Report . n but a series of definitions and a list of mountains, riversand capes. Another opportunity of service was to the soldiers them-selves. To the soldiers at the internment camp at Kapuskasing,in Northern Ontario, we furnished some hundreds of books; tothe troops at Barriefield Camp, in Eastern Ontario, two caseswere sent; to the largest of our Summer Training Camps, thatat Niagara, cases of books were sent every fortnight. When inthe Autumn the troops took up permanent quarters at theExhibition Grounds in Toronto we established for these 7,000troops a regular Branch Library of specially
RM2H556CY–Clock donated by Rotary International located at the Welcome Centre in Kapuskasing Ontario.
RMC1KMK3–Canada, north Ontario, logger festival at Kapuskasing, draught horses competition
RF2C5KCG2–Construction of generating stations along the Lower Mattagami River
RMKJFC68–Roger Puta rode to Kapuskasing, ON in March 1980 (33700198591)
RM2AXA0JW–Annual report 1919 . clean rock and is permanent. Discharge Measurements—Made from a boat with a small Price current meter. Winter Flow—The rating curve is affected by ice and measurements are taken todetermine the flow. Observer—J. Ferguson, Kapuskasing, Ontario. Discharge Measurements of Kapuskasing River at Kapuskasing for yearending September 30th, 1919 Date Hydrographer Widthin Feet Area of Section in Sq. Feet MeanVelocityin Feetper Sec. Gauge Height in Feet Discharge inSec-Feet 1919 Jan. 29 Feb. 23 April IB May 29 , July 18 Aug. 27 Taylor, J. R 306306312319302304 1,4501,2492.1943,4151,46
RM2H4N8W3–Kapuskasing is a town in Northern Ontario Canada. known for its pup and paper industry.
RMC1ETH3–Canada, north of Ontario, the festival of the logger in Kapuskasing french-speaking city, the axe competition
RMRG1RX5–. Canadian forestry journal. Forests and forestry -- Canada Periodicals. Canadian Forcslrij Journal, Juli/, 1918 1781. Along the Kapuskasing River, Northern Ontario. In addition to the determinalion of bonndaries of Forest Reserves, the reconnaissance surveys he'p us to gain a knowledge of the character, extent and material value of the forest growth in thecountry examined. We obtain maps which show us the topography of the country and the location and relation of site and cover types; we are furnished with reports which in addition to matter lelaling to soil, forest growth and proposed reserv
RM2H4N8W2–Kapuskasing is a town in Northern Ontario Canada. known for its pup and paper industry.
RMRH6TPY–. Breeding birds of Ontario : nidiology and distribution. Birds; Birds; Birds. Breeding Distribution Although much more numerous earlier in this century, the Eastern Bluebird (Fig. 175) can still be found throughout most of its former range in the agricultural and forest-cleared areas in the southern half of the province. Summer records occur as far north as Favourable Lake and Moosonee, but bluebirds are unlikely to be seen north of Lac Seul or Kapuskasing and are now rather locally distributed. Some extensive nest-box projects in southern Ontario have resulted in local increases in populatio
RM2H4N8W1–Kapuskasing is a town in Northern Ontario Canada. known for its pup and paper industry. The Passage Through Time sculpture pays tribute to the towns
RMRFT8K3–. Canadian forest industries July-December 1923. Lumbering; Forests and forestry; Forest products; Wood-pulp industry; Wood-using industries. One type of four-roomed house erected by the Spruce Falls Co., Kapuskasing, Ont., for their employees. On the exterior, siding is used for one storey and shingles for the remainder Hauling square and waney white pine timber on ice roads and showing loading by means of gin pole, block and tackle. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these i
RM2H4N8TY–Canadian National Railway Engine 5107 was built in 1919 by Montreal Locomotive Works. The Engine is now on display at the Ron Morel Museum in Kapuska
RMRG73EE–. Bulletin - United States National Museum. Science. ICHNEUMON-FLIES, PART 2 : EPHIALTINAE 73 stance Bay, Dundas, Dunrobin, Eels Lake, Forest, Golden Lake, Grenfell, Hastings Co., Hawk Lake, Hillsdale, Hudson, Kapuskasing, Jordan, Mansfield, Mattawa, Meldrum Bay, Mer Bleue near Ottawa, Merivale, Mildmay, Milnet, Moose River Crossing, Niagara Falls, Nicholson, Normandale, Ottawa, Oxford Station, "Peffer," Port Colbourne, Queenston, Rockcliffe, Rutter, St. Charles, St. Davids, Searchmont, Sheguiandah, Simcoe, Skead, Spencerville, Sudbury, Toronto, Tweed, Uxbridge, Vermilion Bay, Vinela
RM2H556D0–Canadian National Railway Engine 5107 was built in 1919 by Montreal Locomotive Works. The Engine is now on display at the Ron Morel Museum in Kapuska
RMRG2R11–. The Canadian field-naturalist. [977 MiDDLETON: American Goldfinch Overwintering in Ontario 169 TEMPERATURE 50 55 60 eA 70 r 75. 12 Or 100- 45 50 55 60 65 ANNUAL SNOWFALL Figure 4. Temperature and snowfall trends for southern Canada. 1940-1970, as based on records of Environment Canada (Thomas 1975). (Temperature data from airports at Kapuskasing, London, and Ottawa. Snowfall data from airports at Toronto. Ottawa. Montreal, and Quebec City.) Over the 4-year period for which data were obtained (1969-1973), wholesale sales (records of three companies) of seed for feeding wild birds rose by 50%
RMRFXPYJ–. Canadian forest industries January-June 1923. Lumbering; Forests and forestry; Forest products; Wood-pulp industry; Wood-using industries. CANADA LUMBERMAN 59 Power Winch Boat Plant is Rushed The Shelvin-darke Co., FOrt Frances; the A. M. Shaw Lumber Co., Fort Frances; the Abitibi Transportation & Navigation Co., Iroquois Falls; the Spruce Falls Co., Kapuskasing; D. A. Clark, of Port Arthur; White & Plant, Sudbury; and other well-known firms have recently purchased from Russel Bros., of Fort Frances, new power winch boats and large, double drum, motor head-works. Russel Bros, report
RMRG0EW5–. The Canadian field-naturalist. 164 The Canadian Field-Naturalist [Vol. 71. Figure 1. Map of the Clay Belt. 1. Ogoki Lake 2. O'Sullivan Lake 3. Nakina 4. Geraldton 5. Longlac 6. Hearst 7. Kapuskasing 8. Elsas, Kapuskasing Lake 9. Gogama 10. Timmins n. Smooth Rock Falls 12. Cochrane 13. Iroquois Falls 14. Lowbush 15. La Sarre 16. New Liskeard 17. Haileybury 18. Ville Marie 19. Lake Mattagami 20. Lake Au Goeland 21. Waswanipi Hudson's Bay Company Post 22. Amos 23. Val d'Or 24. Senneterre 25. Lake Granet. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been dig
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