Sketch of Scott's Bay on the N.W. Coast of America. Lat. 50 38N. Long. 128 35W. [and] Sketch of Friendly Bay in Nootka Sound. Lat. 49 37N. Long. 126 48 W. Variation 18 E. Sketch of Friendly Bay in Nootka Sound. Lat. 49 37N. Long. 126 48 W. Variation 18 E.

CO700-AMERICA NORTH and SOUTH51 (23)
Penfold number 357
1789

Plans of Ports and Harbours on the North West Coast of America. Published by A. Dalrymple, London. [British Columbia, 1786-1789]. Two maps on 1 sheet. Scale 1/4 of a nautical mile. Sketch of Friendly Bay shows locations of First Nations dwellings and a reference key. Sketch of Scott's Bay has inscription: "To David Scott Esq. In commemoration of the very liberal instructions given by him for promoting the national interest in the voyage of the Captain Cook & Experiment, this plate is inscribed by Dalrymple." Published according to Act of Parliament by Dalrymple, April 4th, 1789. 


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Sketch of Scott's Bay on the N.W. Coast of America. Lat. 50 38N. Long. 128 35W. [and] Sketch of Friendly Bay in Nootka Sound. Lat. 49 37N. Long. 126 48 W. Variation 18 E.Sketch of Friendly Bay in Nootka Sound. Lat. 49 37N. Long. 126 48 W. Variation 18 E.

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