2 edition of Preliminary Report on Manitou River Area Saguenay County. found in the catalog.
Preliminary Report on Manitou River Area Saguenay County.
Quebec. Geological Surveys Branch.
|Other titles||Manitou River Area Saguenay County : Preliminary Report.|
|Series||Quebec Preliminary Geological Report -- 326|
|Contributions||Jenkins, John T.|
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Saguenay (/ ˈ s æ ɡ ə n eɪ, ˌ s æ ɡ ə ˈ n eɪ / SAG-ə-nay, - NAY, French: locally) is a city in the Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean region of Quebec, Canada, on the Saguenay River, about kilometres ( mi) north of Quebec City by overland route. It is about kilometres (78 mi) upriver and northwest of Tadoussac, located at the confluence with the St. Lawrence River. The Rhythm With Our Roots - A History of Manitou and Area. Manitou Centennial Book Committee. The Story of Manitou. C. H. Vrooman. Turning Leaves - A History of La Riviere and District. La Riviere Historical Book Society. Piney. None. Pipestone. Ebor Echoes, Ebor Women’s Institute. Pioneers of the Pipestone. Ellen Guthrie Bulloch.
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Geology of TeÌ teÌ pisca lake area, Saguenay county Preliminary report on Manitou Lake area, Saguenay electoral. The Manitou River (French: Rivière Manitou) is a river flowing in the unorganized territory of Lac-Jérôme and in the municipality of Rivière-au-Tonnerre, in the Minganie Regional County Municipality, in the Côte-Nord region in the province of Quebec, Canada.
It flows through largely unspoiled wilderness, and has spectacular falls nears its mouth. Native name: Rivière Manitou (French).
Named for the Ojibwe word for “spirit,” the Manitou River is the heart and soul of Crosby-Manitou State Park. The park takes half its name from the river and the other half in honor of George H.
Crosby, namesake of Crosby, Minnesota, who in donated the 3, acres of land on which this park sits. The Manitoba Local Histories collection was launched in partnership with the Manitoba Library Consortium. The collection aims to make Manitoba's history discoverable and searchable online through the digitization of over local history books that document the history of hundreds of communities across Manitoba.
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At any time you. Sources. Geographic Names of Manitoba, Manitoba Conservation, In Rhythm With Our Roots: A History of Manitou & Area edited by Haraldine Webb and Diana Vodden, published by the Manitou Centennial Book Committee, This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.
Page revised: 1. Manitou River may refer to. Manitou River (Manitoulin Island), drains Lake Manitou on Manitoulin Island in Ontario, Canada Manitou River (Minnesota) drains the North Shore of Lake Superior in Minnesota, United States Manitou River (Quebec) drains into the Gulf of Saint Lawrence in Quebec, Canada Manitou River (Seine River), a tributary of the Seine River in Kenora District, Ontario, Canada.
1 Mississauga Drive, Manitouwadge Ontario, P0T 2C0 General Inquiries: () The rivulets whieli enter the three larger lakes are (juite insignificant in size, and few in number, yet the River Manitou, whieh flows from ilie south-eastern extremity of the lake of tiie same name, into "^'rewm".
Michael Bay on the south side of the island, is from fifty to one liundred feet broad, and has a. The Saguenay River, km long to the head of the Péribonca River, issues from lac Saint-Jean in the Laurentian Highlands of Québec. It has a drainage basin of 88 km 2 and a mean discharge of m 3 /s.
It discharges from the lake through 2 channels, which join some 10 km from the lake near Alma. Saguenay Fjord. The epicentre of this earthquake, 6,5 on the Richter scale, was located at about 35 kilometres to the South of Chicoutimi, in the Lake Kenogami area. Although this earthquake is considered as the most important to have hit Eastern North America sinceit caused very little material damage in the Saguenay- Lac-Saint-Jean region.
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The Saguenay River (French: Rivière Saguenay) is a major river of Quebec, drains Lac Saint-Jean in the Laurentian Highlands, leaving at Alma and running east; the city of Saguenay is located on the river.
It drains into the Saint Lawrence River. Tadoussac, founded as a French colonial trading post inis located on the northeast bank at this site. Small streams with salmon and trout (Mindemoya River, Blue Jay Creek, Manitou River, Bass Creek, Kagawong River, etc.).
Apply for a Manitoulin fishing trip vacation. Manitoulin Fishing Seasons & Species. The most common species on Manitoulin's inland waters are largemouth bass, Smallmouth bass, Crappie, Muskellunge (Muskie), Yellow Perch. • Comparison of crossed array system surveys conducted in and in the area upstream from the Saguenay fjord: initial analysis of the layer and geomorphic factors (J.
Locat, E. Kammerer, N. Doucet, J. Hughes-Clarke, L. Mayer, F. Maurice, E. Boulanger and P. Simpkin). The Chicoutimi River was considerably modified as a result of the force of the water. It dug a trench of a depth of 18 metres in the Garneau Falls sector.
In order to limit the level of water in the Kénogami barrier lake, the Portage-des-Roches dam opened its floodgates. As a result, the flow of the Chicoutimi River was considerably raised.
Saguenay River, Saguenay: See 21 reviews, articles, and 70 photos of Saguenay River, ranked No on Tripadvisor among 54 attractions in Saguenay/ TripAdvisor reviews. The Saguenay River, tamed by a network of government and company dams, suddenly rebelled against its servitude.
An unusual deluge of heavy rainstorms filled the river's drainage basin with an unmanageable runoff. Almost simultaneously, the dams of the Saguenay and its tributaries overflowed. The town of La Baie nestles in an arc around a bay of.Local history books are often for sale at local Municipal Offices.
Many are available in the local libraries. The Westman Regional Library in Brandon has a good collection, as does the library at Brandon University, and the Manitoba Legislative Library in libraries often have the key ones for their home region.Saguenay River, French Rivière Saguenay, river in Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean region, south central Quebec province, drains Lac-Saint-Jean into the St.
Lawrence River at Tadoussac, about miles ( km) northeast of Quebec city. Flowing east-southeast, the Saguenay, in the first third of its mile (km) length, descends about feet (90 metres) in a turbulent stream.