Mineral Possibilities of Areas Adjacent to the Alaska Highway

CIM Bulletin1944
Apart from a few sketches and incomplete maps, mainly topographical, and one or two detailed maps of placer-creeks, there is little information on the topography and geology of most of the country adjacent to the sections of the Alaska Highway in the Liard River area, particularly that part east of Kechika river. In 1943, the Geological Survey of Canada made a reconnaissance from Fort Nelson clown the river of that name to the Liard, thence up the latter to Hell Gate, and also up Beaver river for a distance of fifty miles.
Keywords: Alaska, Alaska Highway, miles long, Northeastern British Columbia, Peace River District, Rocky mountains, British Columbia, Coal, Maps, Mine, Mines, Oil, Oils, Valley
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