Prospecting and Exploration of Dominion Explorers, Limited, in the Great Bear Lake-Coppermine River Area

CIM Bulletin1931
THE presence of copper-bearing rocks in the Coppermine River area of Arctic Canada has long been known. Word of this was probably circulated along the Arctic and Hudson Bay coasts by the Eskimo, who no doubt traded articles made from native copper among themselves. It is not known whether any of these ever reached the southern shores of Hudson bay.
Keywords: Arctic, bornite, chalcocite, Conjurer Bay, Great Bear Lake., Coppermine River-Great Bear Lake area, native copper, copper, flow, Limited, Native copper, Prospecting, Rock, Rocks, Route
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