The Amaranth Gypsum Deposit

CIM Bulletin1931
WITHIN the past year a new deposit of gypsum has been opened up and brought into production in the Province of Manitoba. Until 1930, Manitoba's entire production came from Gypsumville, northwest of Winnipeg, at mile 161 on the Gypsumville branch of the Canadian National railway. However, during 1930 a gypsum bed was opened up at a point one mile south of the village of Amaranth, forty miles north of Portage la Paririe, on the west side of lake Manitoba
Keywords: Amaranth, anhydrite, Clay, limestone, Western Gypsum Products, Clay, Clays, Deposits, Gypsum, limestone, Mine, Mines, Shafts
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