Montreal River

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James, Ontario - History
... was initially only by motorboat via Heather River ... be traversed by coach, although commercial steamers on the Montreal River continued to provide summer access from Latchford for most heavy equipment and freight ... The steamboat era on the Montreal River lasted only a few years, ending when a branch of the Temiskaming and Northern Ontario Railway was built into Elk Lake in 1913 ...
Montreal River - Settlements
... Montreal River, Ontario, also known as Montreal River Harbour, a community in Algoma District, Ontario, Canada, at the mouth of the Montreal River ...
Montreal (disambiguation) - Places
... Canada Greater Montreal, the metropolitan area of Montreal Montreal Metropolitan Community, a supra-municipal level of government Montreal South, Quebec, a former ...
Montreal River (Michigan)
... The Montreal River is a 26.9-mile-long (43.3 km) river on the Keweenaw Peninsula of the U.S ... The Montreal River contains several rare plants and habitat, falls, and archeological sites the lower portion of the Montreal River to Smith Fisheries is lowland conifer and contains steep slopes ...
Dams In Canada - Ontario
... Falls 2 (Twelve Mile Creek) Ontario Power (retired) (Niagara River) Sir Adam Beck 1 (Niagara River) Sir Adam Beck 2 (Niagara River) Sir Adam Beck Pump-Generating Station (Niagara ... Abitibi Canyon Generating Station (Abitibi River) Harmon (Mattagami River) Hound Chute (Montreal River) Indian Chute (Montreal River) Kipling (Mattagami River) Little Long (M ... Lawrence River) Stewartville (Madawaska River) Baysville Dam, Baysville Small Hydroelectric Auburn (Otanabee River) Big Chute (Severn River Big Eddy (Muskoka River) Bingham Chute (South ...

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    The mountain may be approached more easily and directly on horseback and on foot from the northeast side, by the Aroostook road, and the Wassataquoik River; but in that case you see much less of the wilderness, none of the glorious river and lake scenery, and have no experience of the batteau and the boatman’s life.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)