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" lake region was reduced to sea level and there were no Canadian highlands northward of the great lakes. During the subsequent elevations of the continent, beaches were made around the rising islands. Thus between Lakes Erie, Huron and Ontario, a true... "
Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science - Page 196
by American Association for the Advancement of Science - 1889
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The American Geologist: A Monthly Journal of Geology and Allied ..., Volume 2

Geology - 1888
...warpings of the earth's crust, as shown in the beaches—after the deposit of the later boulder clay—the lake region was reduced to sea level and there were...no Canadian highlands northward of the great lakes. Upon the subsequent elevation of the continent, beaches were made around the rising islands. Thus between...
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Science, Volume 12

John Michels - Science - 1888
...region was reduced to sea-level, and there were no Canadian highlands northward of the Great Lakes. Upon the subsequent elevations of the continent, beaches were made around the rising islands. With the rising of the land, barriers were brought up about this lake region, producing Lake Warren,...
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Science, Volume 12

John Michels - Science - 1888
...region was reduced to sea-level, and there were no Canadian highlands northward of the Great Lakes. Upon the subsequent elevations of the continent, beaches were made around the rising islands. With the rising of the land, barriers were brought up about this lake region, producing Lake Warren,...
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Science, Volume 12

John Michels - Science - 1888
...region was reduced to sea-level, and there were no Canadian highlands northward of the Great Lakes. Upon the subsequent elevations of the continent, beaches were made around the rising islands. With the rising of the land, barriers were brought up about this lake region, producing Lake Warren,...
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The Falls of Niagara, Their Evolution and Varying Relations to the Great ...

Geological Survey of Canada, Joseph William Spencer - Great Lakes (North America) - 1907 - 494 pages
...movements of the earth's crust, as shown in the beaches—after the deposit of the later boulder clay—the lake region was reduced to sea level and there were...continent beaches were made around the rising islands. . . With the rising of the continent, Lake (or perhaps Gulf of) Warren—a name given to the sheet...
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The Falls of Niagara, Their Evolution and Varying Relations to the Great ...

Geological Survey of Canada, Joseph William Spencer - Great Lakes (North America) - 1907 - 494 pages
...movements of the earth's crust, as shown in the beaches—after the deposit of the later boulder clay—the lake region was reduced to sea level and there were...continent beaches were made around the rising islands. . . With the rising of the continent, Lake (or perhaps Gulf of) Warren—a name given to the sheet...
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The Falls of Niagara, Their Evolution and Varying Relations to the Great ...

Geological Survey of Canada, Joseph William Spencer - Great Lakes (North America) - 1907 - 494 pages
...movements of the earth's crust, as shown in the beaches—after the deposit of the later boulder clay—the lake region was reduced to sea level and there were...continent beaches were made around the rising islands. . . With the rising of the continent, Lake (or perhaps Gulf of) Warren—a name given to the sheet...
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