Sault Ste. Marie from Francis H. Clergue to Sir James Dunn

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Clergue, Francis H. -- b. 1856., Dunn, James, -- Sir, -- 1875-1956., Algoma Steel Corporation -- History., Steel industry and trade -- Ontario -- Sault Ste. Marie (Ont.) -- History., Sault Ste. Marie (Ont.) -- History., Sault Ste. Marie (Ont.) -- Economic condit
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Book Description: Steel at the Sault focuses on the emergence of steelmaking at Sault Ste Marie, Ontario. As Canada's third-largest primary producer, Algoma Steel originated in the adventures of its two founders - the flamboyant American promoter F.H.

Clergue and the 'last of the multimillionaires,' Sir James. Steel at the Sault focuses on the emergence of steelmaking at Sault Ste Marie, Ontario.

As Canada's third-largest primary producer, Algoma Steel originated in the adventures of its two founders - the flamboyant American promoter F.H.

Clergue and the 'last of the multimillionaires, ' Sir James Dunn.5/5(1). Steel at the Sault focuses on the emergence of steelmaking at Sault Ste Marie, Ontario. As Canada's third-largest primary producer, Algoma Steel originated in the adventures of its two founders - the flamboyant American promoter F.H.

Clergue and the 'last of the multimillionaires,' Sir James Dunn. The Saulter-Ojibway Fishing of Sault Ste. Marie G.A. MacDonald,p., Waterloo Publishing. Steel At The Sault, Francis H.

Clergue, Sir James Dunn and the Algoma Steel Corp Duncan McDowall,University of Toronto Press / January ,pp. ISBN: The Story Of Bawating.

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Home • Before Clergue • The Arrival • The Personality • Block House • Montfermier • Industrialization Process Discovery Week • Collapse of the Empire • Rebirth • Clergue Letters Home • Roberta Bondar • Pim Family • World War One • F.H. Clergue • Industry Development • Library History • Gallery.

Early in the s he introduced this principle to somnolent SAULT STE MARIE. Generously supported by local and provincial politicians eager to develop "New Ontario" and by Philadelphia capital, Clergue built a complex of mining, forestry, railway, steel and power companies at the Soo which at its height employed A number of Sir James Dunn's Canadian investments were in Northern Ontario mining ventures and he began a business relationship with Algoma Steel, a company in Sault Ste.

Marie, d by Francis Clergue, Algoma Steel had been taken over by Philadelphia, Pennsylvania investors after its dependent on the production of rail tracks, the steel company suffered. In the Sault Ste. Marie Historical Society was actively planning for Discovery Week.

A representative of the Society wrote to Francis H. Clergue and asked what the Block House looked like at the point in time when he acquired it and what changes he made to it in order to convert it from a powder magazine to living accommodations.

Steel at the Sault: Francis H. Clergue, Sir James Dunn, and the Algoma Steel Corporation, Duncan McDowall University of Toronto Press, - Business & Economics - pages. – Sir James Dunn assumed control of the Steel Plant and brought unprecedented expansion and prosperity to it and to the City.

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– The International Bridge was constructed. – The townships of Korah and Tarentorus amalgamated with the City of Sault Ste. Marie. Sir James Dunn's residence Wawa residence, known as the Eagle's Nest, is pictured circa in this Sault Ste.

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Marie Public Library Archive photo From the archives of the Sault Ste. Marie Author: Remember This. Bythe last member of the Clergue family had left Sault Ste. Marie. A man by the name of Francis Grenfell, who was travelling across Canada as part of a Royal Tour inhad an opportunity to view the house when the then-occupants of the house hosted a reception for the Royal ladies as well as the most socially prominent women of the.

Francis Hector Clergue (Aug – Janu ) was an American businessman who became the leading industrialist of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario in Canada, at the turn of the 20th century. [1]Born in Brewer, Maine, Clergue studied law at the University of Maine after which he was involved in a number of business ventures until coming to Ontario, Canada.

Born in Brewer, Maine inFrancis Hector Clergue was a dynamic man with boundless energy, imagination and vision. Representing a group of Philadelphia financiers, Clergue was initially attracted to Sault Ste.

Marie for its hydro-generating potential. Steel at the Sault focuses on the emergence of steelmaking at Sault Ste Marie, Ontario. As Canada's third-largest primary producer, Algoma Steel originated in the adventures of its two founders - the flamboyant American promoter F.H. Clergue and the 'last of the multimillionaires, ' Sir James Dunn.

- Sir James Dunn assumed control of the Steel Plant and brought unprecedented expansion and prosperity to it and to the City. - The International Bridge was constructed.

- The townships of Korah and Tarentorus amalgamated with the City of Sault Ste. Marie. Heritage Panels Sault Ste. Marie History. - ; - ; Get this from a library. Steel at the Sault: Francis H. Clergue, Sir James Dunn, and the Algoma Steel Corporation, [Duncan McDowall]. InSir James Dunn, the owner of Algoma Steel, commissioned Sullivan to write Clergue's biography.

Provisionally titled, his name lives on in Sault Ste. Marie: Clergue Park - a small city park Clergue Street - short residential street French immersion school Clergue was inducted into Sault Ste. Marie's Walk of Fame in Sault Ste. Marie Public Library In the years prior to industrialization, Sault Ste.

Marie was a small, rugged and sparsely populated frontier community. Those few residents who found themselves living in Sault Ste. Marie – persons such as Hudson’s Bay Company officials, clergymen and government appointees – tended to have a strong reading.

A consortium of Sault Ste. Marie's David Ellis Architect Inc. and Teeple Architects Inc. of Toronto will design a new elementary school that will replace Francis H. Clergue Public School and. Originally all the companies had been part of an industrial complex built in Sault Ste.

Marie by Francis H. Clergue known as the Consolidated Lake Superior Company. It was at this time that Sir James Dunn moved to consolidate his control of the Algoma Steel Corporation. In Sir James Dunn reorganized the Algoma Steel Corporation. F.H. Clergue Novem Grandview Novem Greenwood Octo Ap H.M.

Robbins Novem Holy Cross Octo Ap Holy Family November 4, Korah Intermediate. Sir James Dunn Public School Events PD Day--no school for students 1/31/, 12 AM – 2/1/, 12 AM Northern Heights Public School Events.

History. The Algoma Central Railway was first owned by Francis H. Clergue, who required a railway to haul resources from the interior of the Algoma District to Clergue's industries in Sault Ste. Marie; specifically, to transport logs to his pulp mill and iron ore from the Helen Mine, near Wawa, to a proposed steel mill (which was later named Algoma Steel).Headquarters: Sault Ste.

Marie, Ontario. Celebrate the life of Frank Clergue Hallam, leave a kind word or memory and get funeral service information care of Arthur Funeral Home - Barton & Kiteley on: Sault Ste. Marie, ON. This document was published under a previous government and is available for archival and research purposes.

Results By School Board Select a school in the Algoma DSB and click GO. Francis H. Clergue arrives in the Sault by steamship. He founds the Lake Superior Power Company and the Sault Ste. Marie Pulp and Paper Company Limited. He adds a wooden upper storey to the old North West Company blockhouse and spends the majority of his time there.

The Canadian lock is completed. It is the longest lock in the world. Home Tags Sir James Dunn. Tag: Sir James Dunn. October Bat Out of Hell by Meat Loaf Algoma University Assault Break and Enter Business Canada City of Sault Ste. Marie Collision column Community Covid Crime Crime Stoppers economy education ELECTION entertainment event federal hockey Liberal Liberals local music NDP NOJHL Obituary.

Regular Board Meeting 7 PM – 9 PM (ADSB Education Centre, Albert Street East, Sault Ste Marie, ON) F.H. Clergue Public School (French Immersion) Events Feb 26 Wed.

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marie, sault ste marie, st joseph island, algoma, lake superior, lake huron, echo bay Sir James Dunn Public School. 36 McKinley Ave Wawa. R M Moore Public School Francis H Clergue Public School. 80 Weldon Ave Sault Ste. Marie. Queen Elizabeth Public School.Sir James Dunn - (Canada Steamship Lines) Launch of the Sir James Dunn at Port Arthur, Ont.

(From the Ron Beaupre collection) Upbound the St. Clair River heading for another load of ore in Duluth, Summber (Photo by Jerry Lediard watchman) Downbound at Mission Point, Sault Ste. Marie, MI (Photo by Tom Manse).