Map of Hudson Bay and part of the Dominion of Canada [cartographic material] : to accompany the paper by Robert Bell, M.D., F.G.S., Assistant Director of the Geological Survey of Canada. Compiled from the latest surveys / Edwd. Weller, Litho., Red Lion Square.

Author
Sharbau, H. (Henry) [Browse]
Format
Map
Language
English
Published/​Created
London : Edward Stanford, 1881.
Description
  • Scale [ca. 1:5,789,000 at 50° N] ; (W 104°00'--W 66°00'/N 65°00'--N 43°00').
  • 1 map : col. ; 42 X 43 cm.

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Notes
  • Depth shown by soundings. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights.
  • Forts on Hudson Bay, in Dominion of Canada, and in Dakota Territory are shown.
  • Includes inset diagram showing the route between Fort York, Hudson Bay and Liverpool.
  • Includes distances in geographical miles from Fort York to Liverpool, from New York to Liverpool via Tory Island, and from New York to Liverpool via Cape Clear.
  • Boundaries between Canadian territories and International Boundary between Dominion of Canada and the United States are shown.
  • Includes table of geographical abbreviations used.
  • Graphic scale provided is incorrect.
  • From: Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and monthly record of geography. Vol. 3 (1881), no. 10, pp. 577-86; held in Firestone Library. Call number: G7 .J6873
With
Issued to accompany article: On the commercial importance of Hudson's Bay, with remarks on recent surveys and investigations / by Robert Bell, M.D., F.G.S., Assistant Director of the Geological Survey of Canada.
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  • Available also online through: Princeton University Libraries, Digital Map & Geographic Data Web site.
  • Online version of companion articles available also through the JSTOR Web site. Access limited to subscribing member institutions only.
In
Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and monthly record of geography Vol. 3 (1881), no. 10, p. 577-86, facing page 640. London : Edward Stanford
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