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Annual report (1913) (14800929023)
Identifier: annualreport191302onta ( find matches) Title: Annual report Year: 1891 ( 1890s) Authors: Ontario. Dept. of Mines Subjects: Mines and mineral resources Publisher: Toronto Contributing Library: Gerstein - University of Toronto Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: . 22c. (7o face page 73.) Map of part of Palmerston township, Frontonac county; scale, % mile to 1 inch.■i sheet, No. _2o. (7o fact page 77.) Map of the Gilmour area, townships of Limerick and Tudor, Hastings county;i mile to 1 inch, No. 22/. I To : u ■ /<• s:.. I Map of the Queensboro pyrite area, townships of Madoc and Elzevir, Hastingscounty; scale 800 feet to 1 Inch, No. 22e. (To face page 89.) Map showing distribution of pre-Cambrian and Paleozoic rocks in the Province ofOntario. (Page 122.) Index map showing localities named in table of the pre-Cambrian rocks of Ontario,western Quebec and southeastern Manitoba. (Page 126.) Sketch map. North Shore of Lake Huron. (Page 128.) Geological map of area a few miles, north of Cobalt, showing distribution of theTemiskaming, Cobalt and other series. (Page 130.) Map of the Sudbury-Cobalt-Porcupine region, (Page 133.) TABLE Correlation of the pre-Cambrian rocks of Ontario, western Quebec and southeasternManitoba. (To face page 126.) Text Appearing After Image: LEGEND EZZi PALEOZOIC PPX-CAMBRIAN Scale 10 5 O 20 SO -*0 MILES Fig. 1. Index map of part of southeastern Ontario, showing the Belmont Lake, Actinolite-Cloyne, Madoc, Hazzards Corners, Palmerston or Ompah, Gilmour, and Queensboroareas. THE PRE=CAMBRIAN GEOLOGY OF SOUTHEASTERN ONTARIO By WILLKT G. MILLLR and CYRIL \V. KNIGHT INTRODUCTION From time to time during the last six or seven years, when opportunity offered, theauthors have made a study of the pre-Cambrian rocks of part of southeastern Ontario.Owing to the necessity for field work in other sections of the Province, time has notpermitted of the mapping and detailed examination of all of the district described in thefollowing pages. Seven distinct areas were selected, along a strip of country sixty-fivemiles in length, which were considered to present the best conditions for the study of thecharacters and relations of the rocks. In other words, these may be called key areas forthe district. The areas lie in the counties of Peterbannualreport191302onta Note About Images Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.