FRONTIERS OF SETTLEMENT IN THE GREAT CLAY BELT, ONTARIO AND QUEBEC1

@inproceedings{McDermott1961FRONTIERSOS,
  title={FRONTIERS OF SETTLEMENT IN THE GREAT CLAY BELT, ONTARIO AND QUEBEC1},
  author={George L. McDermott},
  year={1961}
}
THE westward advance of the American frontier had ended by 1890, but the Canadian frontier of agricultural settlement continued to move westward and northward. At the beginning of-the second quarter of the twentieth century, only two large areas of potentially arable land in Canada remained open for settlement. These two areas, the Peace River Country of western Alberta and the Great Clay Belt of northeastern Ontario and northwestern Quebec, are enclaves beyond the zone of continuous… CONTINUE READING