National Atlas of Canada. Department of Energy, Mines and Resources
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Call number referes to entire set of plates; plate 57-58: number of days with precipitation, precipitation regions, climatic graphs by city plate 59-60: Average monthly precipitation across Canada by months plate 61-62: average precipitation average across Canada from October to March plate 63-64: average daily maximum temperature across canada for December, January and February plate 65-66: average daily maximum temperature for spring, March, April, May plate 67-68: average daily max temperature for summer across Canada, June, July, August plate 69-70: average daily max temperature for autumn across Canada, September, October, November plate 71-72: Index of Explorers, listing explorer, expedition, nationality and employer. Historical dates and regions included. plate 73-74: Exploration of Hudon Bay and the western interior 1610 to 1904. Exploration of eastern and central North American 1524 to 1912. Routes by explorer last name and year. Map focused on Canada with some north American routes displayed plate 75: Exploration of the Pacific Coast, The Search for a Northwest Passage, The Search for Franklin. Ship passage routes displayed by successful and unsuccessful expeditions and displayed by explorer name, century and nationality. plate 77-78: Exploration of the Arctic, 1587 to 1941, Exploratory Route Surveys 1758 to 1905. Routes displayed by explorer last name, years, and nationality. plate 80: Posts of the Canadian fur trade, displayed by nationality and company plate 81-82: Topographic map coverage of Canada plate 83-84: Territorial evolution of Canada from 1667-1873 plate 85-86: Territorial evolution of Canada from 1876-1949 plate 87-88: Northern Settlements, development of northern settlements displayed by time period of settlement, and facilities like trading post.plate 89-90: Beginnings of selected settlements by year in southern Canada plate 91-92: Distribution of population, 1901 and 1921, British North America, Canada and Prince Edward Island, Canada and Newfoundland plate 93-94: Repartition de la Population, 1941 plate 95-96: Population of Canada by territorial division plate 97-98: Population of Canada by distribution in eastern Canada plate 99-100: Distribution of population, 1961 northern Canada, urban and rural population plate 101-102: Distribution of population, 1961 western Canada plate 103-104: Population changes in Canada from 1931-1966 plate 105-106: Density of population, 1961 eastern Canada plate 107-108: Population density, 1961, western Canada plate 109-110: Religions, statistical rank and diversity of religions across Canada plate 111-112: Age, Sex and Marital Status 1961, immigration and vital statistics plate 113-114: Education, university, secondary, elementary, no schooling plate 115-116: Unschooled population by age and sex in 1961, official languages plate 117-118: mother tongues by province, territory, census plate 119-120: Indian lands and languages, reserve land registry, 1968 plate 121-122: Indian and Eskimo population, 1961 plate 123-124: Economic geography introduction plate 125-126: National Accounts per capita gross domestic product for leading countries, 1969 plate 127-128: International trade, Canadian balance of trade with leading trading partners 129-130: Personal income per capita 1966 131-132: National labour force 1961 133-134: Labour force, occupational structure from 1901-1961, female and male labour force 135-136: Diversity of Agriculture and agricultural products by census division 137-138: Types of Farming by dominant products plate 139-140: Precipitation, agriculture by selected characteristics plate 141-142: Agriculture, potential agricultural areas plate 143-144: Wheat, other cash grains, oats 1960-1961 plate 145-146: corn, mixed grains, barley, rye, seeded acres 1961 plate 147-148: pigs, poultry, eggs, dairy products value of farm sales 1960-1961 plate 149-150: hay and fodder value of farm sales 1960-1961 and seeded acres 1961; pasture acreage 1961; cattle value of farm sales 1960-1961 plate 151-152: horses, sheep and potatoes, roots, tobacco, sugar beets and other field crops value of farm sales 1960-1961; potatoes seeded acres 1961 plate 153-154: tobacco, sugar beets and soybeans seeded acres 1961; oilseeds value of farm sales 1960-1961 plate 155-156: flaxseed seeded acres 1961; fruit orchards acreage 1961; fruits, vegetables and horticultural products and wool, honey, beeswax, maple products, fur-bearing animals and micellaneous products value of farm sales 1960-1961 plate 157-158: forest products value of farm sales 1960-1961; other receipts 1960-1961; farm capital in lands and buildings 1961; farm capital in machinery, equipment, livestock and poultry 1961 plate 159-160: value of primary forest products 1926-1964; labour force in logging 1921-1961; depletion of forests 1943-1962; exports and imports of primary forest products 1961; consumption of forest products 1961; value and volume of forest products, 1961 plate 161-162: forest inventory: merchantable timber by species and by territory 1963; forested lands of Canada 1963; volume and type of standing wood; inventory of standing wood plate 163-164: pulp and paper mills 1968; number of mills and daily capacities by products and locations; productive capacity for Canada and provinces by products 1968 plate 165-166: sawmills, 1966 with number of sawmills by production classes, 1966 and 1969 plate 167-168: fur farms 1967 and ranges of selected animals, with number and value of raw furs (1966-1967) and average price per pelt (1924-25 to 1966-67) plate 169-170: Pacific fisheries: molluscs, crustaceans and ground fish and pelagic and estuarial fish average annual production 1959-1963; fisheries - selected characteristics plate 171-172: Atlantic fisheries: molluscs and crustaceans, ground fish, and pelagic and estuarial fish average annual production 1959-1963 plate 173-174: Inland commerical fisheries with average annual landed value and territorial percentages of national value plate 175-176: ranges of principal commercial freshwater fish by species plate 177-178: oil and gas fields pipelines and processing plants 1970; distribution and production of coal 1970 with supporting graphs plate 179-180: oil and gas fields pipelines and processing plants 1970; major pipelines and recent discoveries with supporting graphs plate 181-182: iron mines 1970 and primary iron and steel plants 1970 with supporting graphs plate 183-184: non-ferrous metals, Eastern Canada, 1970 with supporting graphs Catalouger at UTSC has assigned it a call number of: G 1115 A 43 1970
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	address = {Canada},
	title = {National {Atlas} of {Canada}},
	copyright = {Out of Copyright},
	abstract = {Call number referes to entire set of plates;
plate 57-58: number of days with precipitation, precipitation regions, climatic graphs by city
plate 59-60: Average monthly precipitation across Canada by months
plate 61-62: average precipitation average across Canada from October to March
plate 63-64: average daily maximum temperature across canada for December, January and February
plate 65-66: average daily maximum temperature for spring, March, April, May
plate 67-68: average daily max temperature for summer across Canada, June, July, August
plate 69-70: average daily max temperature for autumn across Canada, September, October, November
plate 71-72: Index of Explorers, listing explorer, expedition, nationality and employer. Historical dates and regions included.
plate 73-74: Exploration of Hudon Bay and the western interior 1610 to 1904. Exploration of eastern and central North American 1524 to 1912. Routes by explorer last name and year. Map focused on Canada with some north American routes displayed
plate 75: Exploration of the Pacific Coast, The Search for a Northwest Passage, The Search for Franklin. Ship passage routes displayed by successful and unsuccessful expeditions and displayed by explorer name, century and nationality.
plate 77-78: Exploration of the Arctic, 1587 to 1941, Exploratory Route Surveys 1758 to 1905. Routes displayed by explorer last name, years, and nationality.
plate 80: Posts of the Canadian fur trade, displayed by nationality and company
plate 81-82: Topographic map coverage of Canada 
plate 83-84: Territorial evolution of Canada from 1667-1873
plate 85-86: Territorial evolution of Canada from 1876-1949
plate 87-88: Northern Settlements, development of northern settlements displayed by time period of settlement, and facilities like trading post.plate 89-90: Beginnings of selected settlements by year in southern Canada
plate 91-92: Distribution of population, 1901 and 1921, British North America, Canada and Prince Edward Island, Canada and Newfoundland
plate 93-94: Repartition de la Population, 1941
plate 95-96: Population of Canada by territorial division
plate 97-98: Population of Canada by distribution in eastern Canada
plate 99-100: Distribution of population, 1961 northern Canada, urban and rural population
plate 101-102: Distribution of population, 1961 western Canada
plate 103-104: Population changes in Canada from 1931-1966
plate 105-106: Density of population, 1961 eastern Canada
plate 107-108: Population density, 1961, western Canada
plate 109-110: Religions, statistical rank and diversity of religions across Canada
plate 111-112: Age, Sex and Marital Status 1961, immigration and vital statistics
plate 113-114: Education, university, secondary, elementary, no schooling
plate 115-116: Unschooled population by age and sex in 1961, official languages
plate 117-118: mother tongues by province, territory, census
plate 119-120: Indian lands and languages, reserve land registry, 1968
plate 121-122: Indian and Eskimo population, 1961
plate 123-124: Economic geography introduction
plate 125-126: National Accounts per capita gross domestic product for leading countries, 1969
plate 127-128: International trade, Canadian balance of trade with leading trading partners
129-130: Personal income per capita 1966
131-132: National labour force 1961
133-134: Labour force, occupational structure from 1901-1961, female and male labour force
135-136:  Diversity of Agriculture and agricultural products by census division
137-138: Types of Farming by dominant products
plate 139-140: Precipitation, agriculture by selected characteristics
plate 141-142: Agriculture, potential agricultural areas
plate 143-144: Wheat, other cash grains, oats 1960-1961
plate 145-146: corn, mixed grains, barley, rye, seeded acres 1961
plate 147-148: pigs, poultry, eggs, dairy products value of farm sales 1960-1961
plate 149-150: hay and fodder value of farm sales 1960-1961 and seeded acres 1961; pasture acreage 1961; cattle value of farm sales 1960-1961
plate 151-152: horses, sheep and potatoes, roots, tobacco, sugar beets and other field crops value of farm sales 1960-1961; potatoes seeded acres 1961
plate 153-154: tobacco, sugar beets and soybeans seeded acres 1961; oilseeds value of farm sales 1960-1961
plate 155-156: flaxseed seeded acres 1961; fruit orchards acreage 1961; fruits, vegetables and horticultural products and wool, honey, beeswax, maple products, fur-bearing animals and micellaneous products value of farm sales 1960-1961
plate 157-158: forest products value of farm sales 1960-1961; other receipts 1960-1961; farm capital in lands and buildings 1961; farm capital in machinery, equipment, livestock and poultry 1961
plate 159-160: value of primary forest products 1926-1964; labour force in logging 1921-1961; depletion of forests 1943-1962; exports and imports of primary forest products 1961; consumption of forest products 1961; value and volume of forest products, 1961
plate 161-162: forest inventory: merchantable timber by species and by territory 1963; forested lands of Canada 1963; volume and type of standing wood; inventory of standing wood
plate 163-164: pulp and paper mills 1968; number of mills and daily capacities by products and locations; productive capacity for Canada and provinces by products 1968
plate 165-166: sawmills, 1966 with number of sawmills by production classes, 1966 and 1969
plate 167-168: fur farms 1967 and ranges of selected animals, with number and value of raw furs (1966-1967) and average price per pelt (1924-25 to 1966-67)
plate 169-170: Pacific fisheries: molluscs, crustaceans and ground fish and pelagic and estuarial fish average annual production 1959-1963; fisheries - selected characteristics
plate 171-172: Atlantic fisheries: molluscs and crustaceans, ground fish, and pelagic and estuarial fish average annual production 1959-1963
plate 173-174: Inland commerical fisheries with average annual landed value and territorial percentages of national value
plate 175-176: ranges of principal commercial freshwater fish by species 
plate 177-178: oil and gas fields pipelines and processing plants 1970; distribution and production of coal 1970 with supporting graphs
plate 179-180: oil and gas fields pipelines and processing plants 1970; major pipelines and recent discoveries with supporting graphs
plate 181-182: iron mines 1970 and primary iron and steel plants 1970 with supporting graphs
plate 183-184: non-ferrous metals, Eastern Canada, 1970 with supporting graphs 





















Catalouger at UTSC has assigned it a call number of: G 1115 A 43 1970},
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