Mining Geology in Canada
GEO. B. LANGFORD
THE fiftieth anniversary is, for an individual or a society, an appropriate time for a review of the past so that events and experiences may be viewed m perspective, and thereby serve as a useful guide to the future . In this review of mining geology it is proposed to set forth the situation as it was when the Institute was founded, and then trace the developments during three appropriate periods-the first from 1898 to 1918 the second from 1919 to 1939 and the third from 1939 to 1948.
Canada, economic geology, Geological Survey of Canada, structural geology, World War I. Mining, geology, Mine, Mines, mining, Survey, Surveys