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Red Lake gold rush

Donald Fleming Parrott

Red Lake gold rush

by Donald Fleming Parrott

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Published by [s.n.] in [Red Lake, Ont.] .
Written in English

  • Red Lake (Ont.) -- History.

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    StatementD.F. Parrott.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination164 p. :
    Number of Pages164
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15373999M

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George Campbell started the second Red Lake gold rush in with the development of Campbell Red Lake Mines. It produced a peak ofounces inthe same year cumulative production reached 8, ounces. The Dickenson Red Lake Gold Mine had produced 3, ounces of District: Kenora.

Condition: Very Good. Book is believed to be a First Edition, signed by the author. A history of the Red Lake gold rush - a story of adventure, hope, disappointment, and some remarkable luck and persistence.

Red cloth with gilt titling on spine and front, maps on end papers, illustrated with eight pages of black and white photographs, pages.

Get this from a library. North for gold: the Red Lake gold rush of [Ruth Weber Russell] -- "This book yields a wealth of fascinating details about the people who came in search of gold, and the economic contribution the Red Lake mines have made to the Canadian economy. It also illustrates.

This event triggered the last great gold rush in North America, the birth of commercial bush fishing in Canada, and the founding of the town of Red Lake.

More than 3, Red Lake gold rush book converged on Red Lake at the height of the Gold Rush of They travelled by dog team or by Red Lake gold rush book on the frozen rivers and lakes, over the mile gold rush trail. The item The Red Lake gold rush, D.F.

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Indians mined gold or found it in placers in the early were rumors of a big Indian strike inwhich caused Walter and Perry Mize, middle-aged first cousins and bachelors in Minneapolis, to go north into the region of Red Lake.

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Canada’s last great gold rush was to Red Lake Ontario in More than 5, men and women went by train, foot, sled-dog, horse-back and ‘snow-machine’ hundreds of miles north-east of Kenora, through snow and marsh, over water and rock.Red Lake History. Red Lake is a community that boasts a vibrant and unique history.

Mining, aviation and aboriginal heritage have all played a part in creating the foundations of our community. These foundations are part of what has made Red Lake the community it is today.

Byat the height of the gold rush staking period, Red Lake had.