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Hudson region

Coverage.
Inland Routes on waters flowing into Hudson Bay, plus Coastal Routes on the Bay.

Explicit inclusions.
Brown River, Ferguson River, Kazan River, Kunwak River, Maguse River, Quoich River, Tha-Anne River, Thlewiaza River (entries are listed also in MB, as appropriate), Wilson River.

Explicit exclusions.
To avoid excessive cross-listing, and also because nearly all such trips start in NT, most Dubawnt River and Thelon River information is posted in NT, specifically at
http://www.myccr.com/phpbbforum/viewtop ... 23&t=40971
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

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Lynx Lake to Hudson Bay. Thelon, Dubawnt, Kazan, Ferguson and Wilson Rivers. Online, Notes, Photos, Video, Map.
Source: canoeing.com
Author: Brian Johnston.
Route description (from Brian): Lynx Lake, Thelon River Features, Jim Lake, Mantic Lake, Sid Lake, Gravel Hill Lake, ... , Carey Lake, Dubawnt River Features, Kamilukuak Lake (not via Big Rocky Lake), Nowleye Lake, Angikuni Lake, Kazan River Features, Yathkyed Lake, Ferguson Lake, Ferguson River, Kaminuriak Lake, ... , Victory Lake, O’Neil Lake, ... , Wilson River, Whale Cove of Hudson Bay.
http://www.canoeing.com/advanced/featur ... erview.htm
http://www.canoeing.com/advanced/featur ... enture.htm
Interactive Route link:
http://batchgeo.com/map/30c07d177391cec ... c6ca4ea9f0
See also Brian’s Che-Mun article Tracking Mr. Tyrrell, Outfit 150, pp 6-9.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Snowbird Lake (NT) to Brochet (MB), via Kazan River tributary, Little Partridge River, Thlewiaza River and Cochrane River. Journal.
Ed note: Posted in NT, NU and MB Route Forums.
Klein, Clayton. Cold Summer Wind. Wilderness Adventure Books, Lansing (1985).
Route description: Snowbird Lake (NT), Obre Lake, Kasba Lake, Roosevelt Lake?, Little Partridge River, enter MB, McGibney Lake, Pound Lake, Strachan Lake, Draper Lake, Farewell Lake, Caribou Hoof River confluence, Dobson Lake, Kasmere Lake (enter North Arm), Thlewiaza River Features, Cochrane River Features, Brochet.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Brown River. Information.
ALLAN: Look for more.
Environment Canada Water Office.
Brown River at outlet of Brown Lake.
http://www.wateroffice.ec.gc.ca/graph/g ... tn=06OA007
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Brown River. Notes.
Location: Wager Bay.
Strusik, Ed. Ten Rivers. Adventure Stories from the Arctic. Can West Books, Toronto (2005). Content: Travels on the Nahanni, Mackenzie, Snowdrift, Thomsen, Nanook, Firth, Brown, Cunningham, Taggart and Back Rivers.
Excerpt of the book is posted at
http://books.google.com/books?id=162ycz ... nd&f=false
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Dubawnt River. Redirect.
To avoid excessive cross-listing, and also because nearly all Dubawnt trips start in the Northwest Territories, most Dubawnt River information is posted in the NT Hudson folder, specifically at
http://www.myccr.com/phpbbforum/viewtop ... 23&t=40971
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Ferguson River. Information.
Ed note: The key element of the Route from the Kazan River to Hudson Bay; first recorded travel was by J B Tyrrell in 1894.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferguson_R ... Nunavut%29
http://www.paddling.net/message/showThr ... tid=721835
http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/ferguso ... 1107380897
http://www.bookdepository.com/Ferguson- ... 6138325291
ALLAN. Features.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Henik Lakes. Information.
Ed note: Two lakes, North Henik and South Henik.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henik_Lake
http://collectionscanada.gc.ca/pam_arch ... br=3193769
http://www.nunatsiaqonline.ca/stories/a ... ves_ahead/
http://curare.typepad.com/photos/nunavu ... -crew.html
http://www.heniklakeadventures.com/
https://www.google.ca/search?q=henik+nu ... 66&bih=602
http://www.mihr.ca/en/news/Photo_Contes ... er2012.asp
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Kazan River. Information.
Ed note: Except for a few km downstream from Kasba Lake, the Kazan lies entirely within Nunavut and so Kazan reports are filed under Nunavut only.
Canadian Heritage Rivers System.
http://www.chrs.ca/Rivers/Kazan/Kazan_e.htm
http://www.chrs.ca/Rivers/Kazan/Kazan_e.php
http://www.chrs.ca/Rivers/Kazan/Kazan-F_e.php
Parks Canada. Fall Caribou Crossing National Historic Site. Government of Canada; Canadian Heritage - Parks Canada; National Historic Sites; New Parks North; March 1998.
http://www.newparksnorth.org/fall.htm
Kazan Heritage River.
Ed note: Link is given for completeness only.
http://www.nunavutparks.com
Thirty Mile Lake.
http://mapcarta.com/24676172
http://www.panoramio.com/photo/8910287
Images for Thirty Mile Lake.
Ed note: Many irrelevant?
https://www.google.com/search?q=thirty+ ... 66&bih=675
Environment Canada Water Office.
Ennadai Lake near Ennadai.
http://www.wateroffice.ec.gc.ca/graph/g ... tn=06LA003
Kazan River above Kazan Falls.
http://www.wateroffice.ec.gc.ca/graph/g ... tn=06LC001
Ric Driediger outlines.
Kazan River. Nine days ending at Baker Lake.
http://www.churchillrivercanoe.com/trip ... tures.html
Unclassified links.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kazan_River
http://www.nunavuttourism.com/kazan_heritage_river.aspx
http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/top ... azan-River
http://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.com/ ... azan-river
http://www.pakboats.com/folding-canoe-52.htm
http://arctic.synergiesprairies.ca/arct ... /view/4241
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YxCoTYOvsb4
https://www.google.com/search?q=Kazan+R ... 66&bih=675
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yZ9nkfqAtQA
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RkMdPgm3zLI
https://www.google.com/search?q=kazan+f ... 66&bih=675
Bertulli, Margaret (Editor and compiler). Archaeological Field Work in the Northwest Territories, Canada in 1997. Archaeology Report No. 19.[/color]
Ed note: Includes work on the Harvaqtuuq Historic Site on the Kazan River.
http://www.pwnhc.ca/research/archrep/ar ... hrep97.htm
Ferguson, Robert Munro. Unpublished, handwritten diary in the Tyrrell archive of the Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, University of Toronto.
Source: Heather Robertson, Measuring Mother Earth: How Joe the Kid Became Tyrrell of the North. McClelland and Stewart, Toronto (2007).
Ed notes:
1. I have not read the manuscript.
2. Ferguson was part of J B Tyrrell's 1894 expedition, part of which travelled the Kazan River from Kasba Lake to below Yathkyed Lake, then portaged to the Ferguson River and so on to Hudson Bay.
Harper, Francis. Caribou Eskimos of the Upper Kazan River, Keewatin. University of Kansas, Museum of Natural History; Allen Press, Lawrence (1964).
Biography of Francis Harper:
http://pubs.aina.ucalgary.ca/arctic/Arctic53-1-72.pdf
Keith, Darren. Inuit Place Names and Land-use History on the Harvaqtuuq (Kazan River), Nunavut Territory. MA thesis in Geography, McGill University (2000). Available to academic users from
http://proquest.umi.com/login
Lentz, John W. Inuit Ku: The River of Men. The Beaver, Spring 1968, pp 4-11.
Mallet, Thierry. Exploring the Kazan. The Beaver, March 1950, pp 22-25.
Martin, John. Unpublished trip report. Reindeer Lake to Baker Lake: Eight hundred miles by canoe via the Cochrane, Little Partridge and Kazan Rivers; June 26 to August 14, 1974. With John Blackborow, Mike Good and George Luste.
McCreadie, Mary. Canoeing Canada’s Northwest Territories: A Paddler’s Guide. Canadian Recreational Canoeing Association, Merrickville (1995).
McKay, John W. Arctic Adventure: A Kazan River Journal. 1982, with Tony Louwman, Mike Whittier, Nancy Scott, Oscar von Dungern, Genevieve Ombredane, Charles Altschul and David Pelly. Contains some notes from the water resources cabin above Kazan Falls. Betelgeuse Books, Toronto (1983).
Pelly, David F and Christopher C Hanks. The Kazan: Journey into an Emerging Land. Outcrop, Yellowknife (1991). Operation Raleigh, 1988.
Spragins-Harmuth, Anne B. Travelling the Kazan. Nastawgan, Summer 1999, pp 20-31. With Henning Harmuth. Beautifully written, the most thoughtful and the most informative of all the reports, an absolute pleasure to read, top of the class. But it is followed by the Editor's Comment, well you'll see. We found some rapids and portages not as difficult as described though.
Stewart, Andrew McLean. PhD thesis Caribou Inuit Settlement Response ... .University of California at Santa Barbara, 1993.
Ed notes:
1. Kazan-specific but of general interest.
2. Available to academic users from
http://proquest.umi.com/login
3. Stewart was a member of Operation Raleigh, 1988.
Stewart, A; T M Friesen, D Keith and L Henderson. Archaeology and Oral History of Inuit Land Use on the Kazan River, Nunavut: A Feature-based Approach. Arctic, v. 53, No. 3, September 2000, pp 260-278. http://pubs.aina.ucalgary.ca/arctic/Arctic53-3-260.pdf , but 15.36 MB.
Tyrrell, Joseph Burr and George J Luste. Eskimos of the Kazan. The Beaver, Spring 1975, pp 40-46. Luste has reproduced the relevant portion of Tyrrell’s account of his 1894 expedition and supplemented it with photos from the latter’s 1974 canoe trip. Thanks to Clayton Klein's Cold Summer Wind.
van den Steenhoven, Geert. Ennadai Lake People 1955. The Beaver, Spring 1968, pp 12-18.
Ed note: Kazan-specific but of general interest.
Webster, Deborah Kigjugalik. Harvaqtuurmiut Heritage: The Heritage of the Inuit of the Lower Kazan River.
Ed note: Kazan-specific but of general interest.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Kazan River. Features.
Snowbird Lake, Obre Lake, Atzinging Lake, Bourassa Lake, Kasba Lake, formal start of the Kazan River,
Tabane Lake, Ennadai Lake, Dimma Lake, Angikuni Lake, the three cascades, Yathkyed Lake, upper Forde Lake, lower Forde Lake, Thirty Mile Lake, Fall Caribou Crossing National Historic Site, Kazan Falls, Baker Lake (lake and settlement).
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Kazan River - Dubawnt River. Connector. Notes.
Dubawnt River entries are posted almost entirely in NT, Kazan River entries almost entirely in NU.
Nowleye Lake (like Wollaston Lake) has two exits; it is the height-of-land between two river systems, in this case the Dubawnt and the Kazan. The only significant tributary of the lake is the Nowleye River, which enters it from the south.
A river (according to Toporama, not the Nowleye River) flows from Nowleye Lake to Angikuni Lake and the Kazan River; it has been paddled by several parties.
A small stream flows from Nowleye Lake to Kamilukuak Lake and the Dubawnt River system. It is clearly shown on Google Earth; I didn’t see it at either Toporama or mytopo, but it has been ground-truthed by David Demello. All known parties have portaged it.
The crossing was made by Eric Morse’s party, Bill Layman's party, David Demello's, Bob Schaefer's and Brian Johnston's; it was scouted by John McKay's.
Thanks to David Demello for much of the above.
Excerpt from Eric Morse's Freshwater Saga.
http://books.google.ca/books?id=SPlVR3v ... ye&f=false
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Kazan River. Wakula Lake to Kazan Falls. Journal.
Klein, Clayton. Cold Summer Wind. Wilderness Adventure Books, Lansing (1985).
Route description: Wakula Lake?, Kasba Lake, Kazan River, Ennadai Lake, Dimma Lake, Angikuni Lake, Yathkyed Lake, Forde Lake, Thirty Mile Lake, Kazan Falls.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Kazan River. Snowbird Lake to Baker Lake. Online, Journal.
Author: Stewart T Coffin.
An extended journal is published in the Coffin’s Black Spruce Journals. Heron Dance Press, Williston VT (2007). Chapter 9, pp 43-80.
Route description: Snowbird Lake, Obre Lake, Atzinging Lake, Bourassa Lake, Kasba Lake, Kazan River Features, Baker Lake (lake and settlement); hired boat to Chesterfield Inlet.
http://www.wildernesscanoe.org/trip_rep ... T_1966.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Kazan River. Kasba Lake to Baker Lake. Online, Journal.
Source: Ray-Way library.
Authors: Ray and Jenny Jardine.
Route description: Flight from Winnipeg to Kasba Lake Lodge, Kasba Lake, Kazan River, Ennadai Lake, Dimma Lake, Angikuni Lake, Yathkyed Lake, Forde Lake, Thirty Mile Lake, Kazan Falls, Baker Lake.
http://www.rayjardine.com/adventures/20 ... /index.htm
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Kazan River. Kasba Lake to Baker Lake. Online, Notes, Photos.
Author: Bill Layman.
Route description: Kasba Lake, Kazan River Features, Baker Lake.
http://www.out-there.com/bil-kaza.htm
http://www.gorp.com/weekend-guide/trave ... 57291.html
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Kazan River. Angikuni Lake to Baker Lake. Notes.
Thomas, Alister. More of Canada’s Best Canoe Routes. Boston Mills Press, Erin (2003).
Author: David F Pelly.
Content: Mostly notes on Operation Raleigh (1988) participants, during and after.
Title at source: Kazan River: The Impact of Wilderness.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Wollaston Lake, Thlewiaza River, Kazan River, Nowleye River, Kasba Lake. Online, Journal, Photos.
Sources: Nastawgan, Vol 23. Issues 1 and 3, 1996.
Authors: Sara Seager and Mike Wevrick.
Route description: Wollaston Lake, Cochrane River Features, Thlewiaza River Features, Kasmere Lake, Little Partridge River, Kasba Lake, Kazan River Features, Angikuni Lake, Nowleye Lake, Nowleye River, cross to Kamilukuak River basin, Blue Island Lake, Casimir Lake, ... ,Taitna Lake, Mallet Lake, ... , Kasba Lake.
Title: Sixty Days in the Land of Little Sticks.
http://news.ourontario.ca/nastawgan/123418/page/2?n=1
http://news.ourontario.ca/nastawgan/123420/page/2?n=2
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Kognak River. Information.
The Kognak, a tributary of the Tha-anne River, is paddled primarily as a connecting route between the Thlewiaza and the Tha-anne.
Information sources:
1. Entry Tha-anne River; Thlewiaza River to Hudson Bay. Author: paddlenorth.
2. David DeMello's notes, posted by Jay Neilson at
http://jneilson.freehostia.com/Tha-anne%20Nunavut.htm
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Kunwak River. Information.
The Kunwak is a tributary of the Kazan, entering it near the west end of Thirty Mile Lake.
Access: From Princess Mary Lake (reached by float plane) or by portage from Angikuni Lake on the Kazan.
Egress: All known parties continued down the Kazan.
Unclassified links.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kunwak_River
http://leecrazyvue.wordpress.com/tag/kunwak-river/
https://www.google.com/search?q=kunwak+ ... 66&bih=675
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Kunwak River, Kazan River, Baker Lake, Chesterfield Inlet. Journal.
Klein, Clayton. Cold Summer Wind. Wilderness Adventure Books, Lansing (1985).
Route description: Princess Mary Lake, Kunwak River, Thirty Mile Lake, Kazan River, Baker Lake, Chesterfield Inlet, Quoich River confluence, Chesterfield Inlet settlement (on Hudson Bay).
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Kunwak River. Online, Notes, Photos.
Source: Canadian Canoe Routes, Nunavut Forum.
Author: david demello.
Contents: Notes and photos.
Title at source: Kunwak River - the art of channeling.
http://www.myccr.com/phpbbforum/viewtop ... 26&t=40294
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Kunwak River and Kazan River. Online, Notes, Photos.
Source: Traditional Arctic Kayaks library.
Author: Jim Rutzick.
Route description: Float plane to near headwaters of the Kunwak, shallow reach, ... , big lake/s, Princess Mary Lake, Kazan River junction .
Title at source: The Kunwak and Kazan Rivers, 2006.
http://traditionalarctickayaks.com/kunw ... images.htm
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Maguse River. Information.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maguse_River
http://mapcarta.com/24474134
https://www.google.com/search?q=maguse+ ... 66&bih=675
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Meadowbank River. Thelon River - Back River Connector. Information.
No Meadowbank information worth posting here was found on the web.
Ed notes:
1. The Meadowbank is a tributary of the Back River. It is rarely if ever paddled in its own right, but rather as a connecting route between the Back River and the Thelon River, in both directions.
2. The trip upstream on the Meadowbank (from the Back) is reputed to be a tough slog. Source: George Luste, private communication.
3. The connector was travelled by Clayton Klein, Ray and Jenny Jardine, the 2005 Borealis group, and other parties.
Environment Canada Water Office.
Meadowbank River above Nanau Lake.
http://www.wateroffice.ec.gc.ca/graph/g ... tn=10RC002
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Nowleye Lake. Dubawnt River - Kazan River. Connector. Notes.
Ed note: Dubawnt River entries are posted almost entirely in NT, Kazan River entries almost entirely in NU.
Nowleye Lake (like Wollaston Lake) has two exits and is the height-of-land between two river systems, in this case the Dubawnt and the Kazan; the only significant tributary of the lake is the Nowleye River, which enters it from the south.
A river (according to Toporama, not the Nowleye River) flows from Nowleye Lake to Angikuni Lake and the Kazan River; it has been paddled by several parties.
A small stream flows from Nowleye Lake to Kamilukuak Lake and the Dubawnt River system. It is clearly shown on Google Earth; I didn’t see it at either Toporama or mytopo, but it has been ground-truthed by David Demello. All known parties have portaged it.
The crossing was made by Eric Morse’s party, Bill Layman's party, David Demello's, Bob Schaefer's and Brian Johnston's; it was scouted by John McKay's.
Thanks to David Demello for much of the above.
Excerpt from Eric Morse's Freshwater Saga.
http://books.google.ca/books?id=SPlVR3v ... ye&f=false
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Nowleye Lake and Nowleye River. Information.
The Nowleye River flows mostly northward to Nowleye Lake, which empties via a river (unnamed at Toporama and mytopo) into Angikuni Lake (Kazan system) and also via a stream to Kamilukuak Lake (Dubawnt system).
Nastwagan article.
http://images.ourontario.ca/Partners/WC ... 20_004.pdf
Excerpt from Eric Morse's Freshwater Saga.
http://books.google.ca/books?id=SPlVR3v ... ye&f=false
Unclassified links.
http://mapcarta.com/24528808
https://www.google.com/search?q=nowleye ... 66&bih=675
https://www.google.com/search?q=nowleye ... 66&bih=675
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Nowleye River. Kamilukuak River to Dubawnt Lake. Online, Journal, Photos.
Source: Traditional Arctic Kayaks library.
Author: Jim Rutzick.
Route description: Winnipeg, Kasba Lake Lodge flight to Kasba Lake, float plane to unspecified point on the Nowleye River, ~ 10 paddling days, Nowleye Lake, float plane across Kamilukuak Lake (~50 km), Kamilukuak River, Dubawnt Lake, float plane to Kasba Lake, lodge flight to Winnipeg.
Title at source: The Nowleye and the Kamalukuak Rivers, 1999.
Journal:
http://traditionalarctickayaks.com/nolye_river_trip.htm
Photos:
http://traditionalarctickayaks.com/nole ... images.htm
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Nowleye River, Nowleye Lake. Flight. Finnie River, Thelon River, Beverly Lake. Online, Journal.
Ed note: Posted also in NT, under Finnie River.
Source: Northern Waterways.
Author: Bob Schaefer.
Planned route: “Nowleye Lake to Kamilukuak Lake, down the Kamilukuak River to Dubawnt Lake, up a small river flowing into the west side of Dubawnt Lake, and over a height of Land and down the Finnie and Thelon Rivers to the west end of Beverly Lake.”
Route description: Otter from Points North to unspecified lake on the Nowleye River, Nowleye Lake, crossing to Kamilukuak Lake and Dubawnt watershed. Flight to lake on the upper Finnie River. Thelon River junction, Ursus Islands, water survey cabin, Thelon Bluffs, Beverly Lake.
http://northernwaterways.com/documents/ ... finnie.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Nueltin Lake. Information.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nueltin_Lake
http://www.nueltin.com/
Article by Francis Harper.
Ed note: Harper also spent time on Ennadai Lake; see my Kazan River bibliography.
http://www.jstor.org/discover/10.2307/2 ... 1548330493
Images.
https://www.google.com/search?q=Nueltin ... 66&bih=675
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Nueltin Lake to Arviat; via Thlewiaza River, Thétinné River, Kognak River, Tha-Anne River, Padlei River and Maguse River. Online, Journal, Photos.
Ed note: Part of a trip from Wollaston Lake to Arviat; via Cochrane River, Thlewiaza River, Thétinné River, Kognak River, Tha-Anne River, Padlei River and Maguse River.
Source: bwca.com
Author: 4Lakes.
Route description: Wollaston Lake settlement, ... , Thlewiaza River, Nueltin Lake and resupply (one paddler had to leave, due to shingles), Sealhole Lake, Thétinné River (not mentioned explicitly in the report), Hawk Hill Lake and Kognak River, Mountain Lake, Ducker Lake, Tha-Anne River junction, upstream, Roseblade Lake, South Henik Lake, Ameto Lake, portage to Padlei River?, drag, Kinga Lake and Maguse River junction, Padlei settlement (abandoned), Heninga Lake, rapids and canyon, portage across peninsula, Turquetil Lake (not mentioned explicitly in the report), Upper Maguse Lake, Maguse Lake, Maguse River mouth, Arviat, flight to Churchill, train south.
Title at source: 1990 Expeditionary Canuck.
http://www.bwca.com/index.cfm?fuseactio ... rp_id=2208
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Quoich River. Information.
Ed note: Flows into Chesterfield Inlet, about 40 km (straight-line distance) downstream from Baker Lake (the lake).
http://myccr.com/phpbbforum/viewtopic.p ... 2&p=363811
http://pakboats.com/index.php?option=co ... Itemid=168
https://www.google.com/search?q=Quoich+ ... 66&bih=675
http://www.geographic.org/geographic_na ... 2&c=canada
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Reindeer Lake, Wollaston Lake, Cochrane River, Thlewiaza River, Kognak River, Maguse River, Arviat. Journal, Photos.
Ed note: Posted in MB, NU and SK.
Kazaks, Peter. From Reindeer Lake to Eskimo Point. Natural Heritage / Natural History, Toronto (2003).
Route description (condensed): Reindeer Lake (by road from Lynn Lake), Swan Lake, Blondeau River, Wollaston Lake, Cochrane River features, Thlewiaza River features, Kognak River, South Henik Lake, Maguse River, Hudson Bay at Arviat (formerly Eskimo Point).
http://www.amazon.ca/From-Reindeer-Lake ... 1896219845
http://books.google.ca/books/about/From ... FeZaVWx0UC
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Tha-Anne River. Information.
http://books.google.com/books?id=rDAMAA ... er&f=false
http://www.jstor.org/discover/10.2307/1 ... 1542823583
http://books.google.com/books?id=EVopZm ... er&f=false
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Tha-anne River. Thuchonilini Lake (from Thlewiaza River) to Hudson Bay. Online, Guide, Photos.
Source: Canadian Canoe Routes, Nunavut Forum.
Authors: Jay Neilson and David DeMello.
Route description: Thlewiaza River, crossover to Thuchonilini Lake starting at map 65A10, 60d34'18"N, 96d32'27"W), Tha-anne River, Hyde Lake, Thlewiaza River confluence, Hudson Bay (almost).
Title at source: Tha-anne Trip Details, Rapids and Article by Dave DeMello .
Annotated maps:Tha-anne River: Topo Maps.
http://jneilson.freehostia.com/topos-tha-anne.htm
Article: Paddling the Tha-anne River to Hudson Bay.
http://jneilson.freehostia.com/Tha-anne%20Nunavut.htm
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Tha-anne River. Thlewiaza River to Hudson Bay. Online, Journal, Photos.
Author: paddlenorth.
Route description: Drive from Thompson to Lynn Lake, float plane to Kasmere Lake (south-west arm), Thlewiaza River, Graves Lake, Sucker Lake, Sandy Lake, Tuninili Lake, Nahili Lake, Nueltin Lake, noname lake, Sandybeach Lake, Windy Lake, Windy River, Smith Bay (Nueltin Lake), Thlewiaza River, Sealhole Lake, Thétinné River, Kognak River, Hawk Hill Lake and Mountain Lake, Kognak River, Ducker Lake, Tha-anne River, Thaolintoa Lake, Thuchonilini Lake, Hyde Lake, Hudson Bay, boat to Arviat, scheduled flight to Churchill, train to Thompson.
http://plato.mercyhurst.edu/geology/abr ... aanne.html
More photos:
http://www.canoeing.com/rendezvous/phot ... OISSES_PMT
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Thelon River. Redirect.
To avoid excessive cross-listing, and also because nearly all Thelon trips start in NT, most Thelon River information is posted in NT, specifically at
http://www.myccr.com/phpbbforum/viewtop ... 23&t=33935
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Thlewiaza River. Information.
http://www.paddle.mb.ca/resources/route ... ions/c-12/
http://www.beingcaribou.com/findingfarley/updates.html
http://books.google.com/books?id=eBn41p ... er&f=false
Environment Canada Water Office.
Thewiaza River above outlet of Sealhole Lake.
http://www.wateroffice.ec.gc.ca/graph/g ... tn=06HB002
Images.
https://www.google.com/search?q=Thlewia ... 66&bih=675
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Thlewiaza River. Features.
Ed note: For completeness, the list includes features off the Thlewiaza River, specifically those between the Cochrane River and the southeast end of Fort Hall Lake.
Features:
Portage from Cochrane River, Lovell Lake, Smith House Lake, Blue Lake, Fort Hall Lake and Thlewiaza River junction, Thanout Lake, Kasmere Falls, Kasmere Lake, Graves Lake, Sucker Lake, Sandy Lake, Downes Lake, Tuninili Lake, Nahili Lake, Nahilin Falls, Nueltin Lake, NU border, Sealhole Lake, Portage Rapids, Edehon Lake, Ranger Seal Lake, Thlewiaza—Tha-Anne delta, Hudson Bay.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Thlewiaza River. Cochrane portage to Hudson Bay. Online, Journal.
Ed note: Cochrane River to Arviat segment of trip from La Ronge to Arviat.
Author: Bill Layman.
Route description: La Ronge, … , Cochrane River Features, portage to Lovell Lake, Thlewiaza River Features, Nueltin Lake, Windy Lake, Windy River, Nueltin Lake, enter NU, Thlewiaza River resumed, Sealhole Lake, Portage Rapids, Edehon Lake, Ranger Seal Lake, Hudson Bay, Arviat.
Ed note: Posted also in SK and NU Route Information stickys.
http://www.out-there.com/billtri2.htm
Ed note: The following two links are assumed to be excerpts from the full account of the same trip.
GORP.com article.
http://www.gorp.com/weekend-guide/trave ... 57255.html
Out There article.
Title at source: Nu-thel-tin-tu-eh and the Thlewiaza River: The Land of the Caribou Inuit and The Barren Ground Caribou Dene.
http://www.out-there.com/bil-thle.htm
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Thlewiaza River. Nueltin Lake to Hudson Bay. Online, Guide, Photos.
Guide (annotated maps, based on Farley Mowat's No Man's River and Curse of the Viking Grave).
Author: Jay Neilson.
http://jneilson.freehostia.com/topos-thlewiaza.htm
Comments and photos.
Authors: David Demello and Jay Neilson.
http://jneilson.freehostia.com/domelloThlewiaza.htm
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Thlewiaza River and Nueltin Lake. Online, Notes, Photos.
Author: David DeMello, with Jay Neilson.
Contents:
1. Windy River.
2. North Nueltin Lake ice detour.
3. Photos.
http://jneilson.freehostia.com/domelloThlewiaza.htm
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Thlewiaza River and Tha-anne River. Kasmere Lake to Hudson Bay. Online, Journal, Photos.
Author: paddlenorth.
Route description: Drive from Thompson to Lynn Lake, float plane to Kasmere Lake (south-west arm), Thlewiaza River, Graves Lake, Sucker Lake, Sandy Lake, Tuninili Lake, Nahili Lake, Nueltin Lake, noname lake, Sandybeach Lake, Windy Lake, Windy River, Smith Bay (Nueltin Lake), Thlewiaza River, Sealhole Lake, Thétinné River, Kognak River, Hawk Hill Lake and Mountain Lake, Kognak River, Ducker Lake, Tha-anne River, Thaolintoa Lake, Thuchonilini Lake, Hyde Lake, Hudson Bay, boat to Arviat, scheduled flight to Churchill, train to Thompson.
http://plato.mercyhurst.edu/geology/abr ... aanne.html
More photos:
http://www.canoeing.com/rendezvous/phot ... OISSES_PMT
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Thlewiaza River. Cochrane portage to Hudson Bay. Online, Guide, Photos.
Ed note: Segment of trip from Lac Brochet to Hudson Bay.
Authors: group effort?
Route description: Drive to Thompson, fly to Lac Brochet. Upstream on the Cochrane River (see Features entry); height-of-land portage; Thlewiaza River Features, Hudson Bay. Boat pickup at mouth, to Arviat; scheduled flight to Churchill, train to Thompson.
Title at source: Here be Little Sticks / The Thlewiaza River Canoe Odyssey / (a voyage into the medium-far north) / July 8 - August 13, 2009.
Ed note: Portages, rapids and campsites are marked on the maps.
Report:
http://sites.google.com/site/thlewiaza/home
Photos:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/tripicshar ... 69/detail/
CCR comments. Please note the correction in david demello's post of 13 January 2010 regarding the location of Kasmere's grave:
http://www.myccr.com/SectionForums/view ... 65&t=34421
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Thlewiaza River. Fort Hall Lake to Hudson Bay. Online, Notes.
Source: Paddle Manitoba Canoe and Kayak Trip Reports.
Route description: Fort Hall Lake by float plane from Lynn Lake, Thlewiaza River Features, Hudson Bay, boat to Arviat, scheduled flight out.
Title at source: C-12 Thlewiaza River.
http://www.paddle.mb.ca/images/pdfs/rou ... ports6.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Cochrane River (MB) and Thlewiaza River. Kinoosao to Arviat. Online, Notes, Photos.
Ed note: Posted in both MB and NU.
Route description: Kinoosao (by road), “Reindeer Lake crossing by boat”, up Cochrane River, Lac Brochet village, Cochrane portage, Smith House Lake, Thlewiaza River, Nueltin Lake, Thlewiaza River, Hudson Bay, hired boat, Arviat.
Authors: Dave Chapin and Tim Nicholson.
http://www.ottertooth.com/long_trips_files/03A.htm
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Putahow River. Information.
Ed note: Starts in NU, passes into MB, flows generally east into Nuetin Lake.
http://www.panoramio.com/photo/64564423
https://www.google.com/search?q=Putahow ... 66&bih=675
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Windy River and Windy Lake. Information.
http://www.geodata.us/canada_names_maps ... ASAE&f=326
https://www.google.com/search?q=windy+r ... 66&bih=675
https://www.google.com/search?q=windy+l ... 66&bih=675
ALLAN: Windy River Features.
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

Wollaston Lake, Cochrane River, Thlewiaza River, Nueltin Lake, Putahow River, Windy Lake, Windy River, Nueltin Lake. Online, Notes.
Source: Paddle Manitoba Canoe and Kayak Trip Reports.
Route description: Wollaston Lake (SK) by road, barge to outlet, up Cochrane River (features), Cochrane-Thlewiaza portage, Thlewiaza River (features), Nueltin Lake, Putahow River, Bagg Lake, Haider Lake, Coté Lake, Boal Lake, ... , Windy Lake, Windy River, Red River confluence, Simons Lake, Smith Bay, Nueltin Lake.
Title at source: C-11 Putahow River.
http://www.paddle.mb.ca/images/pdfs/rou ... ports6.pdf
This entry was written by Allan Jacobs.

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