Pickle Lake-Crow River Area, District of Kenora (Patricia Portion), Ontario

CIM Bulletin1930
BETWEEN 1903 and 1905, W. McInnis (1), of the Geological Survey of Canada, made a micrometer traverse of the Kawinogans (Crow) river from Kapkichegimaga lake to its junction with the Otoskwin river. He reported that a belt of Keewatin rocks, 1 to 4 miles wide, was exposed along the course of the river for 17 miles east of Kapkichegimaga lake.
Keywords: Crow River, granite, greenstones, porphyry, quartz, Deposits, Granite, Granites, Iron formation, Mine, Mines, quartz, Rock, Rocks
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