Three Eastern Townships Mining Villages Since 1863: Albert Mines, Capelton and Eustis, Quebec

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Three Eastern Townships Mining Villages Since 1863: Albert Mines, Capelton and Eustis, Quebec
Abstract
The name Capelton mines was applied to a group of mines comprising the Capel mine, the Albert mines, and Wheal Betsy, all situated near the village of Albert Mines, in Hatley Township. Copper was discovered in the area in 1863, and mining ended at the Capelton mines 1907 and at the nearby Eustis mine in 1939.
Place
Lennoxville, QC
Publisher
Department. of Geography, Bishop's University
Date
1974
Language
en
Citation
Ross, W. Gillies. Three Eastern Townships Mining Villages Since 1863: Albert Mines, Capelton and Eustis, Quebec. Lennoxville, QC: Department. of Geography, Bishop’s University, 1974.
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