An in-depth analysis of Canada’s iron, steel, and coal industries in the early 20th century. Bartlett covers everything from the geological makeup of Canada’s mineral resources to the various techniques used in mining and refining. He also explores the economic and political factors that affected these industries both in Canada and globally. This book is an important historical record of Canada’s contributions to the development of these vital industries.
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