Last edited by Mazular
Monday, November 23, 2020 | History

2 edition of Sites on Ghost River, Lake Abitibi found in the catalog.

Sites on Ghost River, Lake Abitibi

Frank Ridley

Sites on Ghost River, Lake Abitibi

  • 202 Want to read
  • 15 Currently reading

Published by s.n.] in [s.l .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Ontario.,
  • Ghost River (Albany River, Ont.) -- Antiquities.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Frank Ridley.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE"98"A6"R53"1958
    The Physical Object
    Pagination20 p. :
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20639660M

    Library and Archives Canada: 36mm, 16mm, digibeta, VHS. "This film relates the process of constructing the dam at Abitibi Canyon. The viewer is shown scenic shots of the Abitibi River, waterfalls and portages through unspoiled forest while a voice-over praises the grandeur of Canadian natural resources which have only recently begun to be put to good use. Historical building on The Abitibi River - $ avg/night - Iroquois Falls - Amenities include: Internet, Pets Welcome, TV, Satellite or cable, Washer & Dryer, Heater Bedrooms: 5 Sleeps: 9 Pet friendly Minimum stay from 1 night(s) Bookable directly online - Book vacation rental with Vrbo.4/5(1).


Share this book
You might also like
South West: the last frontier in Africa

South West: the last frontier in Africa

An introduction to the philosophy of education

An introduction to the philosophy of education

Second chamber reform.

Second chamber reform.

Old Fashioned Cook Book

Old Fashioned Cook Book

Attributional control processes in the coach-player interaction

Attributional control processes in the coach-player interaction

Frida Kahlo

Frida Kahlo

Bruno! with other ballads of the Irish reign of terror

Bruno! with other ballads of the Irish reign of terror

Water resource aspects of S. 267

Water resource aspects of S. 267

Chemical and physical changes during geotropic response ...

Chemical and physical changes during geotropic response ...

Dogs of Native Americans

Dogs of Native Americans

Business calculations for BEC.

Business calculations for BEC.

Imperial Byzantium

Imperial Byzantium

Sites on Ghost River, Lake Abitibi by Frank Ridley Download PDF EPUB FB2

Archaeology of Lake Abitibi. [Frank Ridley] Book: All Authors / Sites on Ghost River Frank Ridley. Find more information about: --Sites on Ghost River, Lake Abitibi.

--The Red Pine Point Site. Sites on Ghost River Responsibility: by F. Ridley. Reviews. User-contributed reviews Tags. Add tags for "Archaeology of Lake Abitibi".

Be the first. Lake Abitibi (French: Lac Abitibi) is a lake in northeastern Ontario and western Quebec, lake, which lies within the vast Clay Belt, is separated in two distinct portions by a short narrows, making it actually 2 total area is km², and net area km².

The lake is shallow and studded with on: Cochrane District, Ontario / Abitibi-Ouest. The Abitibi River is a river in northeastern Ontario, Canada, which flows northwest from Lake Abitibi to join the Moose River which empties into James river is kilometres ( mi) long, and descends metres ( ft).

Abitibi is an Amerindian word meaning "halfway water", derived from abitah, which may be translated as "middle" or "halfway", and nipi, "water".Mouth: Moose River. Local lore reports that Lake Abitibi was created by beavers damming the Abitibi River. The industrious rodents may have had a hand in the process at some point, but human intervention had a more direct effect.

A dam was first built downstream on the Abitibi River in which caused water levels to rise about 40 feet. Nestled amongst the tall groves of spruce, balsam and poplar trees on the shores of the Low Bush River, on the North West bay of Lake Abitibi lies a new outfitter camp owned by Mark Froud and his father Bill.

Avid outdoorsmen, both fishing and hunting seems a lifestyle for the two. After a 15km snowmobile ride we arrive at Abitibi Lake’s Chesney Bay and follow Steve and Guy to an area about a km out from the mouth of the Abitibi River. There are dozens of other parties fishing and large ice shacks dot the six.

Lake Abitibi, km2, elev m, straddles the Québec-Ontario border about km south of James Bay. Lake Abitibi, km 2, elev m, straddles the Québec-Ontario border about km south of James larly shaped and about 75. Abitibi River, river, northeastern Ontario, its source in the shallow square-mile (square-km) Abitibi Lake, lying across the Ontario-Quebec border, the river descends feet ( m) as it flows generally northward for miles ( km) to join the Moose River and empty into the southern end of James heavily forested Abitibi River valley supports.

Ghost River Wilderness Area consists of rugged mountain terrain and glacier-carved valleys. Aylmer, Apparition, Oliver and Costigan mountains reach elevations of to metres.

Below metres there are sub-alpine forests of Engelmann spruce, white spruce, fir and lodgepole pine; above metres are grasses, sedges and wildflowers. One thing that has always amazed me is the sheer size of Lake Abitibi.

It has somewhere in the neighbourhood of or miles of shoreline and the lake has an average depth of 8 feet. You will never run out of places to fish on a lake this size. There’s a lot of colour to the water, which means fertility, and fertility means lots of fish.

Each Campsite includes a picnic table and a fire pit along the Abitibi River only 10 min. from Cochrane. Within the facility you will find a confectionery store, mini putt, water station, dumping station, boat launch with dock, playground, fireworks, live 5/5(2).

BOOK REVIEW: The Stony Brook Site and its Relation to Archaic and Transitional Cultures on Long Island. William A. Ritchie: W. Fred Kinsey, III: BOOK REVIEW: Susquehannock Miscellany, edited by John Witthoft and W. Fred Kinsey, III. Vernon Leslie: BOOK REVIEW: Indians, A Pictorial Re-creation of American Indian Life before the.

Abitibi lake Lodge - the boonies, Cochrane, Ontario [email protected] - Rated 5 based on 4 Reviews "Great fishing, and a great camp set up. You 5/5(4). Ghost River bay fall - 3, × 2,; MB HBC Post Abitibi Lake jpg × ; 51 KB Lake Abitibi W 1, × ; KBInstance of: lake.

Water access via the Zinger Lake chain or the Abitibi River. Air access via a section of the Little Abitibi River above the diversion dam in Kineras Township. Facilities and Activities summary. Facilities. Activities.

General Information Phone: Size: ha Year. Inarchaeologist Frank Ridley unearthed an empty bottle at the mouth of the Ghost River on Lake Abitibi.

The clear glass was stamped with the words "By the King's Royal Patent Granted To Robt. Turlington For His Invented Balsam of Life," and, on its side, the date Janu Rivers of Quebec flowing through Ontario (or tributaries of rivers of Ontario) Main rivers of Quebec flowing toward Ontario shores of James Bay, in order, from East to West: Little Missisicabi River Missisicabi River (Quebec).

Lake Abitibi synonyms, Lake Abitibi pronunciation, Lake Abitibi translation, English dictionary definition of Lake Abitibi.

Lake A lake of eastern Ontario and southwest Quebec, Canada. It is the source of the Abitibi River, which flows about km west and north to an arm of.

Lake Abitibi Islands No Main Entrance - general location of park Latitude: Longitude: Little Abitibi Lake is a lake in Ontario. Little Abitibi Lake from Mapcarta, the free map.

North America. Canada. Ontario. Little Abitibi Lake Little Abitibi Louis River. Stream, 5 km south. Floodwood River. Stream, 6 km north. McQuibban Creek. Stream, 8 km northwest. Heighington Creek. Stream, 9 km south.

Explore Your World. Little Abitibi Lake Lodge. 1, likes 3 talking about this were here. Sports & Recreation/5(23). Ghost River Books - Seller of rare and used books. - Ghost River Books - cremona - Canada - Bookstore specializing in.

The Abitibi River is a river in northeastern Ontario, Canada, which flows northwest from Lake Abitibi to join the Moose River which empties into James Bay. This river is kilometres ( mi) long, and descends metres ( ft).

Lake/River Name: City/Town: All waters within Ghost River Wilderness Area are closed year roud. Zone 1 - ES1.

Disclaimer: Although we strive for accuracy in our content, the following rules and regulations should only be considered a reference. It is your responsibility to ensure you are in compliance with all current rules and regulations.

Map of Ghost River Wilderness Area & Don Getty Wildland Provincial Park (partial) N Ghost River Reservoir Burnt Timber Fallen Timber South Waiparous Creek 40 40 Ghost Reservoir Gate Bow River Spray Lakes Barrier Lake Lake Minnewanka Ghost River Waiparous Creek Ghost River.

Title: untitled Created Date. Check out the color of the water in the Abitibi. Owned and operated by H2O Power. The Twin Falls Generating Station is going through an upgrade/expansion under the Hydroelectric Contract Initiative.

The Twin Falls Generating Station is a five-unit hydroelectric station located on the Abitibi River. The station was built inall five generators rewound between and. Abitibi River is a stream in Ontario. Abitibi River from Mapcarta, the free map.

Heading home after a nice afternoon fishing on Little Abitibi Lake. Little Abitibi Lake is a lake located just miles from Timmins, in Cochrane District, in the province of Ontario, Canada, near Cochrane, ON.

Fishermen will find a variety of fish including northern pike, white perch, walleye, sucker and sunfish here. Whether you’re baitcasting or fly fishing your chances of getting a bite here are good.5/5(1). I work very close to abitibi, and I can tell you that things are melting very fast, but there is lots of ice left.

We have a lot of sun in the forcast, but the 17th might be a bit too early. For sure the river mouth will be wide open, so you should be. The Twin Falls Generating Station is a five-unit hydroelectric station located on the Abitibi River.

The station was built inall five generators rewound between and to increase capacity, switchgears modernized inand controls modernized in Au début de la première Grande Guerre, poussé par la xénophobie croissante de la population, le gouvernement canadien érigea vingt-quatre camps de détention à travers le pays, dont celui de Spirit Lake, en Abitibi.

Des Turcs, des Allemands, mais surtout des Ukrainiens y furent détenus. Deux seulement parmi ces camps purent accueillir les familles des prisonniers, et Spirit Lake.

The Abitibi River was a major route for the fur trade for the Hudson’s Bay Company in the 17 and 's. The name Abitibi comes from the Algonquin word meaning halfway water. This was in reference to the Abitibi Lake’s location halfway between the Hudson Bay and other tribal posts in.

Ghost River Lodge, Sioux Lookout: See traveler reviews, 5 candid photos, and great deals for Ghost River Lodge, ranked #4 of 12 specialty lodging in Sioux Lookout and rated 5 5/5(4). We heard that Ghost Lake isn’t a natural lake; it’s a dammed section of the Bow River.

We heard about the Ghost Lake Hydroelectric Dam there, and how this helps safeguard Calgary from flooding. The lake (like the Bow River itself) is glacier-melt fed, and the water struggles to break about 12 degrees most summers.

Welcome to the Ghost River google satellite map. This place is situated in Kenora District, Ontario, Canada, its geographical coordinates are 50° 10' 0" North, 91° 27' 0" West and its original name (with diacritics) is Ghost River.

Lake Abitibi, Ontario Map: This page presents the Google satellite map (zoomable and browsable) of Lake Abitibi in Ontario province in Canada. Geographical coordinates are 48°39'30" North and 79°50'41" West and its feature type is Lake. Explore the rugged Abitibi River System Ontario in comfort with Abitibi River Houseboat Expeditions on a fully equipped 44ft.

Suncruiser Three Buoys Houseboat (Sleeps 10). Whether you fly to Cochrane (home of the famous Polar Bear Express), drive or take the train,our operational base, Flood's Landing is (located 21 km north of Cochrane) on the.

Media in category "Abitibi River" The following 7 files are in this category, out of 7 total. Abiti river close to island falls - 3, × 1,; MB. Ghost River Lodge is suited in prime moose country, located on part of a vast river system with literally hundreds of creeks, rivers, lakes and swamps.

This system, which feeds Marchington Lake and the other 14 lakes in our area, supports one of the largest moose populations in Ontario.

The accumulation of a body of information upon which to base the reconstruction of the prehistory of the first people to occupy the boreal forest of the Precambrian Shield has been limited. The nomadic lifestyle of the original inhabitants has resulted in small, scattered archaeological by: - Confectionary Store and Jolicoeurs Bait Shop open year round with seasonal Campground.

See more ideas about Ontario, Bait and Bear habitat pins.2) From Elk Lake use Council Creek to connect with Englehart River towards Lake Watabeag. The rest is the same as above. 3) Matachewan Lake to Whitefish Lake and onto Whitefish River flowing into Nighthawk Lake.

Continueing north into Frederick House Lake and onto F.H. River which flows into Abitibi River further north.