Mount Brown and the sources of the Athabasca
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Mount Brown and the sources of the Athabasca by A. P. Coleman

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Published by s.n. in [S.l .
Written in English


  • Mountaineering -- Alberta.,
  • Mountains -- Alberta.,
  • Athabasca River (Alta.) -- Description and travel.,
  • Alberta -- Description and travel.

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Edition Notes

Statementby A.P. Coleman.
SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 18005
The Physical Object
Pagination1 microfiche (11 fr.)
Number of Pages11
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21774834M
ISBN 100665180055

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MOUNT BROWN AND THE SOURCES OF THE ATHABASCA. 1 The Geographical Journal, Vol. V, No. 1 (January ), p. 53 - 61 By Professor A. P. COLEMAN, Ph.D., School of. from Morley to the sources of the Athabasca river, in order to search for the two peaks Brown and Hooker, of which little was known except that they had been discovered about sixty years previously, and were supposed to be 16, feet in height. Mr. W. D. Wilcox,* in the mean time, had explored the mountainous. Mount Brown is a massif in the Canadian Rockies, located to the west of the Athabasca Pass. It was first ascended in by the naturalist David Douglas, who then wrote that its "height does not seem to be less t or 17, feet above the level. Mount Brown and the Sources of the Athabasca By Professor A. Page 83 - Island," the future characters of the book began to appear there visibly among imaginary woods ; and their brown faces and bright weapons peeped out upon me from unexpected quarters, as they passed to and fro, fighting, and hunting treasure, on these few square.

Archival Description Level. Apply 1 / Fonds 1; 5 / File 37; 6 / Item   A view of Athabasca Pass. Getty The fuzzy math of Aemilius Simpson. At the time, the height of Athabasca Pass was believed to be 11, feet, so Douglas calculated that Hooker and Brown . 56 MOUNT BROWN AND THE SOURCES OF THE ATHABASCA. translated. This enters the Saskatchewan just at the foot of Sentinel mountains, and is there so deep and swift as to be fordable with difEGultsr. It takes its source 40 miles to the westward in a delightful lake of blue-green water, cold and trout-haunted, fed bsr a magnificent spring 40 feet wide. Mount Athabasca is located in the Columbia Icefield of Jasper National Park in Canada. The mountain was named in by J. Norman Collie, who made the first ascent on August 18 of that year. Athabasca is the Cree Indian name for "where there are reeds" which originally referred to Lake Athabasca.