The Unexploited West

The Unexploited West

A Compilation of all of the authentic information available at the present time as to the Natural Resources of the Unexploited Regions of Northern Canada Ernest J. Chambers. ERNEST J. CHAMBERS un THE UNEXPLOITED WEST Ernest J. Chambers ...

Author: Ernest J. Chambers

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ISBN: EAN:8596547036531

Category: Fiction

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Canadian journalist, author, and civil servant, Ernest J. Chambers compiled this volume in 1914, intending to present the factual information available at that time about the less-known and unexploited parts of northern Canada that lie on the west of Hudson Bay and James Bay and the East of the main range of Rocky Mountains. Contents include: Historical The Keewatin Area.—agriculture and Arable Land The Keewatin Area.—tree Growth and Timber Resources. The Keewatin Area.—economic Minerals. He Keewatin Area.—game, Fur-bearing Animals and Fish. Northern Saskatchewan.—agriculture and Arable Land. Northern Saskatchewan.—tree Growth and Timber Resources. Northern Saskatchewan.—economic Minerals. Northern Saskatchewan.—game, Fur-bearing Animals and Fish. Northern Alberta.—agriculture and Arable Land in the Eastern Section of "athabaska Country." Northern Alberta.—agriculture and Arable Land in the Western Section or "peace River Region." Northern Alberta.—tree Growth and Timber Resources. Northern Alberta.—economic Minerals. Northern Alberta.—game, Fur-bearing Animals and Fish. Mackenzie River Region.—topography, Agriculture and Arable Land. Mackenzie River Region.—tree Growth and Timber Resources. Mackenzie River Region.—economic Minerals. Mackenzie River Region.—game, Fur-bearing Animals and Fish. Barren Lands or "arctic Prairie."—topography, Soil, Climate and Flora. Barren Lands or "arctic Prairie."—tree Growth and Timber Resources. Barren Lands or "arctic Prairie."—economic Minerals. Barren Lands or "arctic Prairie."—game, Fur-bearing Animals and Fish.
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American Cowboy

American Cowboy

At first, those lands were seen as a featureless waste separating the crowded East from the unexploited West. Among the first settlements, if they can be called that, were places like Gothenburg, Neb., a relay point along the Pony ...

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Published for devotees of the cowboy and the West, American Cowboy covers all aspects of the Western lifestyle, delivering the best in entertainment, personalities, travel, rodeo action, human interest, art, poetry, fashion, food, horsemanship, history, and every other facet of Western culture. With stunning photography and you-are-there reportage, American Cowboy immerses readers in the cowboy life and the magic that is the great American West.
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Miscellaneous Publication

Miscellaneous Publication

THE UNEXPLOITED WEST , A COMPILATION OF ALL THE AUTHENTIC INFORMATION AVAILABLE ... as to the natural resources of the unexploited regions of northern Canada . Ottawa , printed by J. de L. Tache , 1914. 361 p . , illus . , maps .

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ISBN: OSU:32435051491801

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The Agricultural Outlook for 1930

The Agricultural Outlook for 1930

THE UNEXPLOITED WEST , A COMPILATION OF ALL THE AUTHENTIC INFORMATION AVAILABLE as to the natural resources of the unexploited regions of northern Canada . Ottawa , printed by J. de L. Tache , 1914 , 361 p . , illus . , maps .

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105019612139

Category: Agricultural estimating and reporting

Page: 64

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Categories: Agricultural estimating and reporting

Geographical Publications

Geographical Publications

The Unexploited West”—A compiliation of all the authentic information available at the present time as to the natural resources of the unexploited regions of Northern Canada. 400 pages. 7 maps. Published. Report of Exploration in ...

Author: Canada. Dept. of the Interior

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ISBN: UIUC:30112089330606

Category: Canada

Page: 10

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A Bibliography of the History of Agriculture in the United States

A Bibliography of the History of Agriculture in the United States

THE UNEXPLOITED WEST , A COMPILATION OF ALL THE as to the natural resources of the unexploited regions of northern Canada . Ottawa , printed by J. de L. Tache , 1914. 361 p . , illus . , maps . AUTHENTIC INFORMATION AVAILABLE ( 516 ) ...

Author: Everett Eugene Edwards

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ISBN: IND:30000088347228

Category: Agriculture

Page: 320

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Canadian Forest Policy

Canadian Forest Policy

39 See Ernest J. Chambers , The Unexploited West : A Compilation of All the Authentic Information Available at the Present Time as to the Natural Resources of the Unexploited Regions of Northern Canada ( Ottawa : King's Printer 1914 ) ...

Author: Michael Howlett

Publisher: University of Toronto Press

ISBN: 0802081754

Category: Political Science

Page: 468

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Arguing that the complexity of policy-making in the forest sector has led many analysts to focus exclusively on specific sectoral activities or jurisdictions, this collection of essays offers a simplifying framework of analysis.
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Fishery Bulletin

Fishery Bulletin

Gross annual reproductive rate in the unexploited western Pacific population of S. attenuata is estimated at 0.094 ( calculated from data in Kasuya et al . 1974–0.57 female x 0.61 mature x 0.27 annual pregnancy rate 0.094 / yr ) ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105006297936

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Forest Prairie Edge

Forest Prairie Edge

“'No Placefor a Woman': Engendering Western Canadian Settlement.” Western Historical Quarterly 28 (1997): 493– 518. Chambers, Ernest. The Unexploited West: A Compilation ofAll the Authentic Information Available at the Present Time as ...

Author: Merle Massie

Publisher: Univ. of Manitoba Press

ISBN: 9780887554544

Category: History

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Saskatchewan is the anchor and epitome of the ‘prairie’ provinces, even though half of the province is covered by boreal forest. The Canadian penchant for dividing this vast country into easily-understood ‘regions’ has reduced the Saskatchewan identity to its southern prairie denominator and has distorted cultural and historical interpretations to favor the prairie south. Forest Prairie Edge is a deep-time investigation of the edge land, or ecotone, between the open prairies and boreal forest region of Saskatchewan. Ecotones are transitions from one landscape to another, where social, economic, and cultural practices of different landscapes are blended. Using place history and edge theory, Massie considers the role and importance of the edge ecotone in building a diverse social and economic past that contradicts traditional “prairie” narratives around settlement, economic development, and culture. She offers a refreshing new perspective that overturns long-held assumptions of the prairies and the Canadian west.
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