CIM Bulletin1926
Red lake is a body of water some thirty miles in length lying about forty miles northwest of the outlet of Lac Seul. It forms one of several large lake expansions on a river which enters the English river from the north, twenty miles below Lac Seul. Before the construction of the National Transcontinental railway a long canoe journey was necessary to reach that part of the English river, and Red lake, two days travel beyond, was one of the furthest outposts of the trading companies in that difficultly accessible triangle of country between Lake Winnipeg, James Bay and the English and Albany rivers.
Keywords: Granite, granite, Lake Seu, muskeg, porphyry, quartz, Granites, minerals, North, Porphyry, quartz, Red Lake, Rock, Rocks, sediments
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