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Geological Survey of Canada, Sir William Edmond Logan. Lovell & Gibson, - Copper - 51 pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book Report on the North Shore of Lake Huron Geological Survey of Canada No preview available - Author of Obituary notice of Sir William Edmond Logan, L.L.D., F.R.S, Notes on the iron ores of Canada and their development, Sir William Edmond Logan, Sir William Edmond Logan, George Mercer Dawson, Note on the composition of dawsonite, Notes on a few dykes cutting Laurentian rocks, more especially with reference to their microscopic structure.
Sir WILLIAM EDMOND LOGAN was selected as the #1 scientist, and sixth amongst the top ten. References at the end of the above essay provide much more detailed information about Logan. The following is an edited version of the Citation in MACLEAN's, July 1, , p, written by Professor Jack Granatstein, of York University, chair of the. This is the Logan Trilogy written by William Nolan. The original book of Logan's run was written very quickly and it shows since the first book has a lot of manic energy and the world is only imperfectly developed. The story concerns a post apocalyptic society where people only live to the age of 21 whereupon they die in a society called Carousel/5(21).
Logan, William E. (William Edmond), Sir, Remarks on the mode of proceeding to make a geological survey of the province. Addressed in September, , to awson W. Rawson, Esq., Civil Secretary to his Excellency the Governor General (5). Comments and insights on the name Logan. Mount Logan is the tallest peak in Canada, named after Sir William Edmond Logan, a Canadian geologist (founder of Canadian Geological Survey). Personal experiences with the name Logan. My son's name is Logan. It gets really annoying that when people hear "I have a child named Logan," they go, "Boy or girl?".
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Sir William Edmond Logan, (born ApMontreal, Que., Can.—died JLlechryd, Cardiganshire, Wales), one of the foremost Canadian geologists of the 19th century. Logan was educated at the University of Edinburgh and began working for his uncle in.
LOGAN, Sir WILLIAM EDMOND, geologist and geological cartographer, founder and first director of the Geological Survey of Canada; b. 20 April at Montreal, L.C., third son of William Logan, a baker and owner of real estate, and of Janet Edmond, both from Scotland; d.
22 June at Cilgerran, Pembrokeshire, Wales. Logan, Sir William Edmond Sir William Edmond Logan, geologist, first director of the GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA (b at Montréal 20 Apr ; d at Castle Malgwyn, Cilgerran, S Wales 22 June ).
Logan identified and mapped the major geological structures of the Province of Canada, in particular the Laurentian and Huronian series of the Precambrian SHIELD. Sir William Edmond Logan.
[Place of publication not identified]: [publisher not identified], [?] (OCoLC) Named Person: W E Logan, Sir; W E Logan, Sir: Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: B J Harrington.
Sir William Sir William Edmond Logan book Logan () was a Canadian geologist who founded the Geological Survey of Canada and contributed many fruitful new ideas to the science of geology. William E. Logan was born on Apin Montreal, where his father, a Scottish immigrant, was a prosperous businessman.
William attended high school in Edinburgh, Scotland. Engraving of Logan, and Tent sketch from Bernard James Harrington and Sir John William Dawson, Life of Sir William E.
Logan (), frontispiece, and p Text from Obituary notice read before the Natural History Society of Montreal (25 Oct ), reprinted in The American Journal of Science and Arts (Feb ), 11, No.
62, Sir William Edmond Logan (), who worked in Wales in the s, founded the Geological Survey of Canada and is recognised as Canada's first great scientist. Two journals held at the National Library of Wales record his compelling observations on expeditions in the Gaspé Peninsula of.
LOGAN, Sir WILLIAM EDMOND (–), Canadian geologist, second son of William Logan, by his wife Janet, born Edmond, and grandson of James Logan, a ‘baxter’ of Stirling, who emigrated to Canada inwas born in Montreal on 20 April Genre/Form: Biographies Biography: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Hunt, Thomas Sterry, Notice of Sir William Edmond Logan.
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Sir William Edmond Logan was a Canadian geologist. Once logged in, you can add biography in the database. William E. Logan's Survey of the Upper Ottawa Valley Volume 54 of History paper Volume 54 of Mercury Series () Series Mercury series Volume 54 of Mercury series: History paper: Authors: Sir William Edmond Logan, Canadian Museum of Civilization: Editors: Ian G.
Dyck, Charles Haddon Smith: Edition: illustrated: Publisher. Sir William Edmond Logan. Sir William Edmond Logan () was a Canadian geologist who founded the Geological Survey of Canada and contributed many fruitful new ideas to the science of geology.
William E. Logan was born on Apin Montreal, where his father, a Scottish immigrant, was a prosperous businessman. William attended high school in Edinburgh, Scotland, and. Sir William Edmond Logan FRSE FRS FGS (20 April – 22 June ) was a Scottish-Canadian was born in Montreal, Quebec, and educated Born: Sir William Edmond Logan, FRSE FRS FGS, was a Canadian-born geologist and the founder and first director of the Geological Survey of Canada.
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Harrington () PDF Works by this author published before January 1, are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least years ago. Logan, Sir William Edmond, –, Canadian geologist. Educated in England, he managed (–38) coal mines and a copper smelter in Wales.
In addition to making studies of. Sir William Edmond Logan (–) founded the Geological Survey of Canada and played an instrumental role in the Confederation of Canada.9 posts. Sir William Edmond Logan, FRSE FRS FGS (20 April – 22 June ), was a Canadian-born geologist and the founder and first director of the Geological Survey of Canada.
Life. William Edmond Logan was born into a well-to-do Montreal family inthe third son of William Logan, a baker and owner of real estate, and Janet Edmond, both originally from Scotland. Voir les journaux de sir William Edmond Logan, La National Library of Wales conserve deux de ses journaux personnels, dans lesquels il raconte l'histoire fascinante de ses expéditions dans la péninsule gaspésienne du Québec, au Canada.
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Educated in England, he managed (–38) coal mines and a copper smelter in Wales. In addition to making studies of clays underlying coal seams, he made extensive geological maps and sections. These were used for the first geological map of Britain by H. T. De la Beche. As head of the Canadian Geological Survey (–70), Logan.From the back cover of the book: “Sir William Edmond Logan was one of Canada’s great scientists, whose pioneering geology produced many benefits for Canada.
He laid the groundwork for the Geological Survey of Canada, the Canadian museum of Nature, the Canadian Museum of Civilization and the Canadian Museum of Science and Technology.