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Canadian iron ore and the North American iron and steel industry
- Ottawa : [s.n.], 1958.
- North Decimal Degree 83.133333 South Decimal Degree 0.849722 East Decimal Degree -41.905833 West Decimal Degree -96.711667 Tables of iron ore shipments, steel producing districts, Canadian trade in iron ore, U.S. imports of iron ore, pertinent distances, and transportation rates for 1957. Shows coal producing areas (excluding lignite) and mineral shipping routes. Includes tables.
- Iron, Steel, Mines and mineral resources, and North America—Maps
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- G3401.H1.svar.C3 MR-1
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