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|Title||A Chart of the Discoveries of Captains Ross, Parry and Franklin…|
|Library||University of British Columbia|
|Place of Publication||Edinburgh|
|Author / Creator||Hewitt, N R|
|Description||Map shows fur trade posts, Native Americans, tracks of Ross, Parry and Franklin, and the discoveries of Hearne and Mackenzie. Inset map of Captain Franklin's journey from the Coppermine River to the head of Bathurst Inlet and return.|
|Theme(s)||Transport and Communication; Trade and Commerce|
|Keywords||land, ocean, landscape, travel, river, exploration, discovery, town, port, lake, voyage, vessel, transportation, politics, trade, commerce, fur, fur trade, fur trader, hide, skins, weather, language|
|Countries||USA; Russia; Canada|
|Places||Vancouver; Vancouver Island; Columbia River|
Full Title: A Chart of the Discoveries of Captains Ross, Parry and Franklin, in the Arctic Regions, in the Years 1818, 1819, 1820, 1821 & 1822
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|Copyright||Item provided courtesy of University of British Columbia Library|