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Describes the first circumnavigation of Vancouver Island by Captain George Vancouver. "It is the object of this paper to vindicate the contention of Captain George Vancouver that his ships were the first to complete the navigation of the inner channels which separate the island, now called by his name, from the mainland of British Columbia."
- In Collection:
- GVPL Call Number: 917.11 NEW
- 69 p., 8 leaves of plates, 8 maps (1 folded) ; 25 cm.
- Archives of British Columbia Memoir No. I 
- 1st circumnavigation of Vancouver Island
- 49.65064, -125.44939
- Plates preceded by guard sheets with descriptive letterpress; "Presented to the Victoria Public Library by The Author" note handwritten; Includes errata; Includes bibliographical references (p. 65-69)
- Greater Victoria Public Library Local History Collection
- Greater Victoria Public Library
- March 28, 2012
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