Northern Foxe Basin: An Area Economic Survey, 1965
Industrial Division, Department of Northern Affairs & National Resources; Northern Administration Branch, 1965 - Arctic regions - 139 pages
This survey of economic conditions in the islands of the Foxe Basin, Northwest Territories, and the Melville Peninsula, includes the possibility of establishing an administrative centre at Hall Beach and an iron ore mine at Mary River as well as development of fur products and sale of carvings.
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Table No I Climatic Data Hall Beach
Furs and Carving
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Admiralty Inlet Agu Bay Arctic average Baffin Island Baffinland Iron Mines Bay area boat canoe Cape caribou char Co-operative coast of Melville considerable culture Department of Northern deposits DEW line dog teams economic Eskimos facilities families feet fishing Foxe Basin frost cellar Fury and Hecla Grant Suttie Bay Hall Beach Hecla Strait hematite high grade Hudson's Bay Company hunters ice conditions Igloolik and Hall Igloolik Eskimos Igloolik Island Iglugjuak important income increase Jens Munk Island killed Lake large number long tons magnetite Mary River Matthiassen Maxwell Bay meat Melville Peninsula miles Milne Inlet Montreal Napakut North Uglit Northern Affairs outboard motors Parry Bay Pond Inlet population potential present Projects 0fficer region relatively reported resource Ringed Seal sealskin season seems settlement skins South Camp species Steensby Inlet summer survey area Thule trappers trips Turton Bay walrus walrus hunting welfare whale winter