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The Quebec land slide of 1889

Charles Bailairge

The Quebec land slide of 1889

by Charles Bailairge

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Published by s.n. in Montreal .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Landslides

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsCanadian Society of Civil Engineers
    The Physical Object
    Pagination13 p. :
    Number of Pages13
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25516902M

    () Rockslide in Quebec City killed 45 people () Premier Honore Mercier removed from office after being accused of corruption (cleared of all charges the following year) () Albert Peter Low explored Quebec-Labrador peninsula () Quebec boundary extension act expanded provincial boundaries - included land of the aboriginal.   "The info that I found is, it was a rockslide onto houses on Champlain St. Quebec City.". Burials, St. Patrick's Church, Quebec City area, cause of death is from a landslide. Burials took place Sept. Sheila, Ont.

    Index and images of ships' passenger lists (also known as ships' manifests or seaport records of entry). Contains records for the ports of Quebec City, ; Halifax, ; Saint John, ; North Sydney, ; Vancouver, ; Victoria, ; New York, ; and Eastern US Ports, The lists for United States ports include only . About Quebec, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), Until the late s, church registers in Quebec served as civil and vital records in that province. Throughout the years a second copy of church records, from all denominations, was sent annually to the appropriate courthouse.

    BMS Quebec Research Genealogy Online. ($) "BMS Group is a cooperative project of sharing genealogical data of 24 genealogical societies of Quebec and the immediate vicinity. A common base of data sheets baptisms, marriages and million sheets of burials embodies this sharing.", Québec, Births and Baptisms, Index only. Terrestrial Lidar investigation of the rockslide along Petit Champlain Street, Québec City (Quebec, Canada) The Quebec land slide of .


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The Quebec land slide of [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations Inc, QUEBEC, Sept. The bodies of two little girls of Michael Bradley, who lost his whole family in the landslide, were found last night close to each other.

QUEBEC, Sept. At 9 o'clock this morning the laborers at work at the ruins caused by the recent landslide heard a slight moan under a heap of. slide) the rock cliff presented an overhanging of about 2 to m over a height of about 17 m thus threatening the people leaving below it.

Figure 4. Sketch of the cliff west of the slide and along Champlain Street (Street on the figure). Scaling was recommended along the dashed line between ‘a’ and ‘b’. The September 19th rock slide along Champlain Street in Québec City, a catastrophe foretold by Charles Baillairgé By Jacques Locat Department of Geology and Geological Engineering, Laval University, Québec, Canada Charles Baillairgé ().

The city is thronged with strangers, coming from all parts of Quebec district to witness the effects of the terrible avalanche. The New York Times New York The reason this was an important event for my family is my great-grandfather, George Burns, a stevedore, heard about the landslide and immediately went to help.

That was then: Landslide wipes out much of Quebec village, killing at least 35 Back to video “Women and Children Afloat on Ice,” the Citizen reported. “Whole Families Wiped Out and Village. First of all, I checked the “List of Lands Granted by the Crown in the Province of Quebec from to 31 st December ” for a Henry W.

Albro of Ditchfield Twp., Beauce Co. His Aug. 8, Letter Patent was registered in Book (Libro) ‘50’, on page The Quebec rockslide occurred on Septemafter a day of heavy rain in Quebec City, Canada.

An overhanging piece of slate rock broke off from Cap Diamant and fell 90 metres ( feet) onto the houses below. The homes of 28 families on Champlain Street were crushed, burying roughly people under 24 metres (80 feet) of broken slate rock.

Published on On 19 Septemberafter days of heavy rain, a rockslide tumbled down upon a row of houses on Champlain Street. Forty-five Irish and English residents on that street. The Quebec rockslide occurred on Septemafter a day of heavy rain in Quebec City, Canada.

An overhanging piece of slate rock broke off from Cap Diamant and fell 90 metres ( feet) onto the houses below. The homes of 28 families on Champlain Street were crushed, burying roughly people under 24 metres (80 feet) of broken slate rock.

The final death toll. In it, the Quebec government accepted to pay $, to the Pope, ostensibly so that the Pope would settle the dispute among the religious orders. On Februthe member for Victoria-North in Ontario, John Barron asked the Minister of Justice, John Thompson whether the government intended to allow Bill DETAILS OF QUEBEC'S AWFUL DISASTER.

TWENTY-FIVE DISFIGURED BODIES FOUND -- EIGHTEEN PERSONS WOUNDED -- DISTRESSING SCENES. Quebec, Sept. -- The work of excavating at the scene of the landslide is still going on.

Among those who are missing and who are supposed to be beneath the ruins are MR. and MRS. CHARLES ALLAN, MRS. Popular Quebec Books Showing of 4, Still Life (Chief Inspector Armand Gamache, #1) by.

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The Irish in Quebec BY THE REV. BROTHER MEMORIAN SHEEHY, F.S.C., M.A. FOREWORD In order to get fairly accurate notions concerning that group of citizens of Quebec City who come under the very genera l designa tion of ‘Iri sh’, there are certain factors that it is essential to bear in mind.

First among these, is the geographical position of File Size: KB. Books shelved as quebec-history: Les déportations des Acadiens et leur arrivée au Québec - by André-Carl Vachon, BÂTISSEURS D'AMÉRIQUE: DES CA. The term landslide or less frequently, landslip, refers to several forms of mass wasting that include a wide range of ground movements, such as rockfalls, deep-seated slope failures, mudflows, and debris ides occur in a variety of environments, characterized by either steep or gentle slope gradients, from mountain ranges to coastal cliffs or even underwater, in which case they .On Septempart of the rocky promontory above rue Champlain at the west end of terrasse Dufferin collapsed, crushing seven houses.

The toll: 35 deaths, numerous injuries, and significant property damage. This part of the Québec promontory, better known as 'cap Diamant', was one of the most dangerous inhabited areas of the region.This Act may be cited as the Canada (Ontario Boundary) Act, Declaration of boundaries of Ontario.

2. It is hereby declared that the westerly, northerly, and easterly boundaries of the province of Ontario are those described in the address set .