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The Cape Split Development Company examined the viability of the development of a hydroelectric power plant at Cape Split. Acadia University President George Cutten and faculty member Ralph Clarkson were very much involved with this Company. These records extend from 1915, just prior to the legal existence of the Cape Split Development Company, to the time of the acquisition of its rights by the Nova Scotia Power Commission in 1957. They include: correspondence and shareholder Lists, reports, legal documents, graphic material and technical drawings, and publications.
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A Report on a 10,000 Horsepower Tidal Power Station and Hydroelectric Development at Cape Split, Nova Scotia with maps and photo
Articles of Association
Blueprints of the Bay of Fundy ice flow
Bogart and Pohl reports
Cape Split Development Company Limited and International Stream Flow Turbine Company Limited agreement
Cape Split Development Company Limited to William L. Archibald, deed
Cape Split boat landing
Cape Split proposed pumping station
Cape Split with measurements
Cape Split – double cliff
Cape Split – single cliff
Charles M. Allen reports
Concerning the proposed hydroelectric power development at Cape Split, Nova Scotia
Correspondence
Correspondence
Department of Trade and Commerce Weekly Bulletin
George B. Cutten and Cape Split Development Company Limited agreement
Harnessing the tides of the Bay of Fundy
List of shareholders
Patent Assignments – Canada