Geology, Fort McPherson, District of Mackenzie
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Published by Geological Survey of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English

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Pagination1 sheet scale 1:250 000
Number of Pages250
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Open LibraryOL22040456M

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  Surficial Geology of Northern Yukon Territory and Northwestern District of Mackenzie, Northwest Territories. Geological Survey of Canada, Paper, , 11 pp. Hughes, O.L. (). Late Wisconsinan Laurentide Glacial Limits of Northwestern Canada: . Mackenzie Mountains some km eastward from our sample site. There, the formation consists of a lower, shallow marine, carbonate-dominated succession, in tercalated with mainly fluvial quartz-arenites, overlain by an upper succession of fine-grained siliciclastics informally known as the Keele clastic wedge. The fur trade, dominated by the activities of the Hudson's Bay Company, penetrated deeper into the Mackenzie River district in the 19th century. York boats were used to run the Slave River rapids and where needed small portages were established to bypass the most dangerous areas. Nonetheless, serious mishaps were bound to happen, and the section of the Slave River became known as 'The . Fort McPherson, NWT is located near the mouth of the Peel River, just upstream from the Mackenzie Delta on the Beaufort Sea. The settlement was originally known as Peel’s River House when the Hudson’s Bay Company established a trading centre here in Murdoch McPherson, HBC’s Chief Trader in the Mackenzie District, soon lent his name to the post.