Black Donald Graphite Mine, The - Ontario Heritage Trust

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Black Donald Graphite Mine, The

The only large-scale graphite operation in Ontario, the Black Donald Graphite Mine was in almost continuous operation from 1895 to 1954. During a period of peak production following the First World War, it was responsible for 90% of all graphite mined in Canada.

Location

Near the site of the former mine, Black Donald Road or Highway 508 at Centennial Lake, near Calabogie

Region: Eastern Ontario

County/District: County of Renfrew

Municipality: Township of Greater Madawaska

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