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View of hill-slopes, 3 miles southwest of Bic. Old river terraces are shown by the slope of he fences. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899.
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Large weathered boulder of Bic (Lower Ordovician) conglomerate resting on the beach, 2 miles below Bic Harbor Point. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899.
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Large weathered boulder of Bic (Lower Ordovician) conglomerate resting on the beach, 2 miles below Bic Harbor Point. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899.
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Anticlinal in Levis Terrance; on roadside leading up the bluff, above Levis railway station. Province of Quebec, Canada. 1889.
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Unconformity and line of contact between Trenton Limestone and bedded Gneiss; 1/2 mile above Montmorency Falls, Canada. Dr. A.R.C. Slewyn is standing on the edge of the bedded gneiss and leaning against the Trenton limestone. Quebec Province, Canada. 1890.
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Large boulder of Lower Cambrian formed of limestone and dark shale pebbles imbedded in a light colored limestone matrix. Bic Harbor Point. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899.
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Characteristic French Canadian farmhouse, 3 miles southwest of Bic. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899.
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Large weathered boulder of Bic (Lower Ordovician) conglomerate resting on the beach, 2 miles below Bic Harbor Point. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899.
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Large boulder of Cambrian (Interformational?) conglomerate imbedded in Bic Lower Ordovician conglomerate. Bic Harbor Point. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899.
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Rocky Beach, a little below Bic Harbor Point. The small boulders shows the effect of the packing under pressure of ice in the spring. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899.


map background search result map search result map Anticlinal in Levis Terrance; on roadside leading up the bluff, above Levis railway station. Province of Quebec, Canada. 1889. Unconformity and line of contact between Trenton Limestone and bedded Gneiss; 1/2 mile above Montmorency Falls, Canada. Quebec Province, Canada. 1890. Wayside cross, 10 miles below Bic, on the St. Lawrence River. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899. Village of Bic. Built on old terrace of the St. Lawrence River. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899. Village of Bic. Built on old terrace of the St. Lawrence River. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899. View of hill-slopes, 3 miles southwest of Bic. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899. French Canadian house of the better class, about 10 miles down the St. Lawrence from Bic. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899. Cliff of conglomerate on the shore of the St. Lawrence River, 4 miles above Bic. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899. Bic conglomerate, Lower Ordovician, Bic Harbor Point. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899. Large boulder of Cambrian (Interformational?) conglomerate imbedded in Bic Lower Ordovician conglomerate. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899. Large boulder of Lower Cambrian formed of limestone and dark shale pebbles imbedded in a light colored limestone matrix.  Quebec Province, Canada. 1899. Bic conglomerate worn by the waves into hummocks and hollows, Bic Harbor Point. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899. Surf breaking on the shore of Little Metis, Gulf of St. Lawrence. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899. Large weathered boulder of Bic (Lower Ordovician) conglomerate resting on the beach, 2 miles below Bic Harbor Point. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899. Large weathered boulder of Bic (Lower Ordovician) conglomerate resting on the beach, 2 miles below Bic Harbor Point. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899. Large weathered boulder of Bic (Lower Ordovician) conglomerate resting on the beach, 2 miles below Bic Harbor Point. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899. Rocky Beach, a little below Bic Harbor Point. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899. Panoramic view from the village of Bic of the Harbor of Bic. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899. View of the islands at the entrance of Bic Harbor, from Bic Harbor Point. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899. Anticlinal in Levis Terrance; on roadside leading up the bluff, above Levis railway station. Province of Quebec, Canada. 1889. Unconformity and line of contact between Trenton Limestone and bedded Gneiss; 1/2 mile above Montmorency Falls, Canada. Quebec Province, Canada. 1890. Wayside cross, 10 miles below Bic, on the St. Lawrence River. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899. Village of Bic. Built on old terrace of the St. Lawrence River. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899. Village of Bic. Built on old terrace of the St. Lawrence River. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899. View of hill-slopes, 3 miles southwest of Bic. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899. French Canadian house of the better class, about 10 miles down the St. Lawrence from Bic. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899. Cliff of conglomerate on the shore of the St. Lawrence River, 4 miles above Bic. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899. Bic conglomerate, Lower Ordovician, Bic Harbor Point. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899. Large boulder of Cambrian (Interformational?) conglomerate imbedded in Bic Lower Ordovician conglomerate. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899. Large boulder of Lower Cambrian formed of limestone and dark shale pebbles imbedded in a light colored limestone matrix.  Quebec Province, Canada. 1899. Bic conglomerate worn by the waves into hummocks and hollows, Bic Harbor Point. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899. Surf breaking on the shore of Little Metis, Gulf of St. Lawrence. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899. Large weathered boulder of Bic (Lower Ordovician) conglomerate resting on the beach, 2 miles below Bic Harbor Point. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899. Large weathered boulder of Bic (Lower Ordovician) conglomerate resting on the beach, 2 miles below Bic Harbor Point. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899. Large weathered boulder of Bic (Lower Ordovician) conglomerate resting on the beach, 2 miles below Bic Harbor Point. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899. Rocky Beach, a little below Bic Harbor Point. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899. Panoramic view from the village of Bic of the Harbor of Bic. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899. View of the islands at the entrance of Bic Harbor, from Bic Harbor Point. Quebec Province, Canada. 1899.