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The discovery of Lake Superior
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Steamer wreck discovered years after its tragic sinking in Lake Superior S.R Kirby rediscovered years after its sinking in Lake Superior The wreck of a steamer has been discovered years. This Ontario Provincial Park is featured on the Discovery Channel's Great Canadian Park series hosted by Peter Trueman. A rich educational documentary featuring Lake Superior .
LAKE SUPERIOR -- The locomotive from a derailed train has been discovered years after it plunged from a cliff to the bottom of the deepest Great Lake. Wheels of . The Lake Superior Circle Tour in northern Wisconsin (highway 13), loops around Lake Superior state highways in the US states of Michigan, Minnesota (highway 61) and Wisconsin and provincial highways in the Canadian province of Ontario (highway 17).
The federal government's Great Lakes shipwreck registry book, now held in the collection of Library and Archives Canada, has a one-line entry saying the ships disappeared on Lake Ontario. The National Museum of the Great Lakes is excited to announce the release of a new book titled Shipwrecks of Lake Ontario: A Journey of Discovery. This book contains stories of long lost shipwrecks and the journeys of the underwater explorers who found them, written by Jim Kennard with paintings by Roland Stevens and underwater imagery by Roger.
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In Discovering Lake Superior Tom Warren writes, “If the unabridged story of the Porcupine Mountains were a chronologically ordered thousand page book, with each page representing a million years, Lake Superior would first appear on the last page, at the bottom.” Here is where Tom is at his best, taking the measure of time and change.
The discovery of Lake Superior [microform]: a study from the Jesuits journals by Harvey, Arthur, Pages: Recollections of the Early Explorations and Discovery of Iron Ore on Lake Superior [Philo Everett] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The Menominee Iron Range: Its Cities, Their Industries and Resources; Being a Sketch of the Discovery and Development of the Great Iron Ore Beds of and Wisconsin, South of Lake Superior [Walter R. Nursey] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
Excerpt from The Menominee Iron Range: Its Cities, Their Industries and Resources; Being a Sketch of the Discovery and Development. Discovery of red drift with diagnostic rock types from the Lake Superior Basin (agate, amygdaloidal basalt, red and purple felsite, red sandstone) in southwestern Minnesota indicates that the Superior Lobe once extended farther southwest down the Minneapolis Lowland to the Minnesota River valley and beyond during a pre-Wisconsin or early.
To link to the entire object, paste this link in email, IM or document To embed the entire object, paste this HTML in website To link to this page, paste this link in email, IM or document To embed this page, paste this HTML in website. Niedecker’s poem is further illuminated by a tightly curated constellation of essays, including work by contemporary poet Douglas Crase, who grew up on a farm in Michigan; 17th-century explorer Pierre Esprit Radisson, who traded furs in Wisconsin; and 19th-century geologist and.
Lake Superior: Lorine Niedecker's Poem and Journal, Along with Other Sources, Documents, and Readings is a collection of personal, geologic, and historical writings by Lori ne Niedecker and others. It includes the poet’s travel and reading notes, excerpts from explorer journals and Wisconsin guidebooks, and related critical and environmental writings—strata that inform a single poem’s creation and.
Scroll discovery: While paddling about on Lake Superior last summer, these two kayakers found more than just a pack of otters. They found some mysterious scrolls.
Courtesy Wikipedia Two kayakers skirting along the south shore of Lake Superior last summer were just trying to find a place to get out of a sudden rain burst. Little did they know that they’d soon make what could be considered the greatest archaeological discovery.
The Lake Superior Dragon Peter Unwin has a chapter (the third) about the dragon, Misshepezhieu, in his book called "The Wolf's Head" (Viking, ). Below are some references from his book with various descriptions of the creature.
These stories leave us with the opportunity to envision the dragon in various ways or as we wish. - Lake Superior is the world's largest fresh water lake by surface area, and is more like a sea than a lake. Learn more facts a. Etienne Brule is credited with the European discovery of Lake Superior before He may have traveled on the Lake as far west as Isle Royale.
Raymbault visited the St. Marys Rapids in l, learning about the Dakota (Sioux) who lived beyond its shores. A few years later, Groseilliers and Radisson ventured further west.
“It’s a dying activity,” Smith says, drinking coffee brewed with Lake Superior water scooped from the side of the boat. In the early days, there were no computers, no cellphones. Lake Superior, the largest of the Great Lakes of North America, is also the world's largest freshwater lake by surface area, and the third largest freshwater lake by is shared by the Canadian province of Ontario to the north, the U.S.
state of Minnesota to the west, and Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan to the south. The farthest north and west of the Great Lakes chain Location: North America. The Bering Sea battle heats up as Shawn bets big on a new discovery he hopes will keep him ahead of Ken's massive dredge.
The Kellys are forced to find new ground. Emily nearly boils a diver alive. Lake Superior. [Ann Armbruster] -- Discusses the history, nautical stories, and industrial and social significance of Lake Superior.
Superior, Lake. Lake Superior. View all subjects; More like this: Similar Items Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ann Armbruster. Find more information about: ISBN: (shelved 1 time as lake-superior-mysteries) avg rating — 3, ratings — published Lake Superior, and its connection to Lake Huron, is first shown on a published map.
Two Jesuit missionaries visit the falls between Huron and Superior and give the. Lake Superior Day Celebrations. Always the third Sunday in July, Lake Superior Day was started in the early s. The celebration spans the entire weekend in some Big Lake communities. Find an event near you.
Read more. Lake Superior. The Menominee Iron Range: its cities, their industries and resources, being a sketch of the discovery and development of the great iron ore beds of the North, situated within portions of the States of Michigan and Wisconsin south of Lake Superior: submitted as a hand-book for the information of those seeking a profitable field for labor and investment.
DULUTH, Minn. — The aged Antelope may have been one of the most venerable vessels on the Great Lakes, but it was living up to its fleet-footed namesake on .Books designed for discovery.
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Remarkably clear, engaging visuals that ignite curiosity about the human body. Portholes are seen in the hull of the wrecked freighter Hudson, resting in feet of water in Lake Superior offshore from Eagle River, Mich.