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Literary usage of Lobstick
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Annual Report (new Series). by Geological Survey of Canada (1901)
"lobstick River is locally known as Buffalo-dung River, but the name lobstick, here given the preference, is that used on Palliser's map and on the railway ..."
2. Ocean to Ocean: Sandford Fleming's Expedition Through Canada in 1872 : Being by George Monro Grant (1873)
"lobstick Camp.—Condemned dogs.—Beaver dams.—Murder.—Horse lost.—A Birthday.—So trail.—Muskegs.—Windfalls.—Beavers.—Traces of old travellers. ..."
3. Report on Surveys and Preliminary Operations on the Canadian Pacific Railway by Sandford Fleming, Canada Dept. of Public Works (1877)
"I found him encamped near the mouth of the River lobstick. ... The work will bo heavy and difficult till the line leaves the banks of the lobstick. ..."
4. Report and Documents in Reference to the Canadian Pacific Railway by Sandford Fleming (1880)
"It will then descend by the north-west branch of the lobstick to Dirt ... The line, on leaving the McLeod, will ascend to the watershed of the lobstick, ..."
5. The New North: Being Some Account of a Woman's Journey Through Canada to the by Agnes Deans Cameron (1910)
"Should we, at any time before this journey ends, fail to make good, the men on the return voyage will cut the lobstick down. ..."
6. Annual Report by Geological Survey of Canada (1901)
"Beyond the Pembina, the route ascends quickly to the level of the lobstick surrounding country which, away from the immediate vicinity of the L^^rar" ..."
7. Sessional Papers by Ontario Legislative Assembly (1899)
"As it contains both species of felspar it is difficult to decide, but it is probably the former aa the outcrop at the lobstick is evidently that variety. ..."