(36.) Larkin, 'Pontoporeia and Mysis in Lakes of the Canadian Northwest: A Study of Their Ecology, Biology and Economic Importance in Great Slave Lake and Lake Athabaska
' (Thesis, University of Saskatchewan, 1946), 119.
Weeks earlier, as the vessel's commanding officer, he was awarded the Distinguished Service Order (DSO) for Haida's sinking of German Torpedo boat T-27 and her heroic role in lingering to rescue survivors of its sister ship, HMCS Athabaska
. (PO GUYGOULET, DND, LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES CANADA, PA-134298)
Her internal language flows between the "Athabaska
River" and her "Mum" with metaphor, rhythmic repetition, and parallelism.
The newspaper noted that the Vegreville riding "showed a majority of 'no' votes and in Athabaska
[sic] the vote was about even." In the former, it added, the "margin for the 'No' vote was 3-2," while in the Athabasca riding the "'No' has a six vote lead out of more than 8,000 ballots." (45) More details were given about the results nationwide, and in the province specifically, elsewhere in the 28 April 1942 issue of the newspaper and in the edition published the next day.
Connolly married a Cree woman in the Athabaska
area in 1803 under Cree law.
For almost one hundred years scholars believed that the Chipewyan/Dene, had lived in the boreal forests of the Lake Athabaska
and Churchill River regions prior to being pushed northwards by the Cree sometime before contact.
The new Keystone project would be dedicated to piping crude from the Athabaska
tar sands project through Cushing to Port Arthur, Texas.
To remember the day in 1788 when Alexander Mackenzie set out from Fort Chipewyan on Lake Athabaska
in search of a route to the West Coast.
In the next chapter, Lake Athabaska
, on the Alberta/Saskatchewan border, has become a winter road, the ice so thick it will bear a truck.
Connolly concerned the validity, in Lower Canada, of a mariage a la facon du pays conducted under Cree custom in the Athabaska
Country, between European fur trader William Connolly and Susanne, the stepdaughter of a Cree chief.