Chart shewing part of the Coast of N.W. America with the tracks of His Majesty's Sloop Discovery and Armed Tender Chatham, Commanded by George Vancouver Esq. and prepared under his immediate inspection by Lieut. Joseph Baker in which the continental shore has been correctly traced and determined from lat. 51 45ʹ N. and long. 232 08ʹ E. to lat. 57 30ʹ N. and long. 226 44ʹ E. at the periods shewn by the tracks ; Warner, sculp.Public
Charts and Views, showing part of the Coast of North-West America, with the Tracks of HM Sloop Discovery and Armed Tender Chatham, commanded by George Vancouver, Esq. Atlas. J. Edwards & G. Robinson, London. Extracted from Atlas to Vancouver's A voyage of discovery to the North Pacific Ocean, and round the world. Complete atlas contains 16 charts and views. Published May 1st, 1798, by R. Edwards New Bond Street, J. Edwards Pall Mall & G. Robinson Paternoster Row. The atlas was issued without a title page. Relief shown pictorially and by hachures; depths by soundings. Inset map: A survey of Port Stewart.
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- Voyage of discovery to the North Pacific Ocean, and round the world
- 64.00028, -150.00028
- 55.93598, -129.9866
- 53.99983, -125.0032
- 57 30'N-51 45'N/134 30'W-126 30'W
- Early BC Maps Collection
- National Archives of the UK
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- April 12, 2010
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- 600 dpi jpg
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