Adams, Professor Frank D.
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The remarkable increase in mineral output in the Dominion from 1886 to 1905, with some dollar figures. The lack of recognition by Canadians of the importance of the mineral output in this country, in relation to the agricultural output. A comparison. Endeavouring to predict what mineral deposits we have. Falling back on the science of Geology to make certain definite predictions. A review of Canada's mineral resources and potential resources, with dollar figures, looking at coal, gold, nickel, copper, silver, iron, material for cement, diamonds. Concluding that we have not got to the bottom of our mineral resources.