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Vancouver, George, 1757-1798
The Coast of N.W. America
1798
Chart Atlas
Authors Vancouver, George, 1757-1798
Full Title A 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 finally traced and determined from Latd. 38¼15'N. and Longd. 237¼27'E. to Latd. 45¼46'N. and Longd. 236¼15'E. Engraved by B. Baker Islington. Plate 3. (with) Bay of Trinidad. London, published May 1, 1798 by J. Edwards Pall Mall, and G. Robinson Paternoster Row.
Note Uncolored map labeled "Part of the Coast of New Albion." The map extends from Bodega Bay, California to Cape Lookout, Oregon.
Vancouver, George, 1757-1798
The Coast of N.W. America.
1798
Chart Atlas
Authors Vancouver, George, 1757-1798
Full Title A 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 Esqr. and prepared under his immediate inspection by Lieut. Joseph Baker, in which the Continental Shore has been traced and determined from Lat. 45¼30'N. and Long. 236¼12' E. to Lat. 52¼15'N and Long 232¼40'E. at the different periods shown by the Tracks. Warner Sculp. 5. (with) three inset maps. London: Published May 1st 1798, by J. Edwards Pall Mall & G. Robinson Paternoster Row.
Note Map uncolored and shaded. Note in the title cartouche states, "The parts not shaded are taken from Spanish Authorities." The large map shows the route north in unbroken lines, and the route south in dotted lines. Inset maps include: 1. Entrance of Columbia River 2. Gray's Harbour 3. Port Discovery. Map extends from Cape Lookout, Oregon in the south to Kings Island, British Columbia in the north.
Vancouver, George, 1757-1798
The Coast of N.W. America.
1798
Chart Atlas
Authors Vancouver, George, 1757-1798
Full Title A 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 Esqr. and prepared under his immediate inspection by Lieut. Joseph Baker, in which the Continental Shore has been traced and determined from Lat. 51¼45'N. and Long. 232¼08' E. to Lat. 57¼30'N and Long 226¼44'E. at the different periods shown by the Tracks. Warner Sculp. 7. (with) A Survey of Port Stewart. London: Published May 1st 1798, by J. Edwards Pall Mall & G. Robinson Paternoster Row.
Note Map uncolored and shaded. Note in the title cartouche states, "The parts not shaded are taken from Spanish Authorities." The large map shows the route north in unbroken lines, and the route south in dotted lines. Map extends from Kings Island, British Columbia in the south to Admiralty Island, Alaska in the north.
Vancouver, George, 1757-1798
The Coast of N.W. America.
1798
Chart Atlas
Authors Vancouver, George, 1757-1798
Full Title A 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 Esqr. and prepared under his immediate inspection by Lieut. Joseph Baker, in which the Continental Shore has been traced and determined from Lat. 30¼00'N. and Long. 244¼32' E. to Lat. 38¼30'N and Long 237¼13'E. Engraved by T. Foot, Weston Place, Battle Bridge. No. 8. (with) Entrance of Port Sn. Francisco. (and) Port Sn. Diego. London: Published May 1st 1798, by J. Edwards Pall Mall & G. Robinson Paternoster Row.
Note Map uncolored and shaded. Note in the title cartouche states, "The parts shaded Red are taken from Spanish Authorities." (No red shading has been added to this copy.) The vessels' tracks are shown by dotted lines. Spanish Missions and Presidios are noted. Map extends from St. Domingo, Mexico in the south to Point Reyes, California in the north.
Vancouver, George, 1757-1798
The Coast of N.W. America.
1798
Chart Atlas
Authors Vancouver, George, 1757-1798
Full Title A 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 Esqr. and prepared under his immediate inspection by Lieut. Joseph Baker, in which the Continental Shore has been traced and determined from Latde. of 59¼30' North & Longde. 207¼20' East, to Cape Douglas in Latde. 58¼52' North and Longde. 207¼20' East. Engraved by S.J. Neele, 352 Strand. (with) A Survey of Port Chatham. London Published May 1st 1798, by T.R. Edwards Pall Mall & C. Robinson Paternoster Row.
Note Maps without color. Note within the cartouche states, "The parts not shaded taken from Russian Authority." Unbroken lines show the ships' path as they went north. Dotted lines show the path of the ships as they sailed south. Map covers the area around Kodiak Island and the Kenai Peninsula in Alaska.
Vancouver, George, 1757-1798
The Coast of N.W. America.
1798
Chart Atlas
Authors Vancouver, George, 1757-1798
Full Title A 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 Esqr. and prepared under his immediate inspection by Lieut. Joseph Baker, in which the Continental Shore has been traced and determined from Latd. 59¼45'N. and Longd. 219¼30'E. to Latd. 59¼56'N and Longd. 212¼08'E. at the periods shewn by the Track. No. 11. (with) A Survey of Port Chalmers. Engraved by T. Foot, Weston Place, St. Pancras. London. Published May 1st 1798, by J. Edwards, Pall Mall & G. Robinson, Paternoster Row.
Note Maps without color. Dotted lines show the path of the ships as they sailed south. Map covers Prince William's Sound and surrounding areas in Alaska.
Vancouver, George, 1757-1798
The Coast of N.W. America.
1798
Chart Atlas
Authors Vancouver, George, 1757-1798
Full Title A 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 Esqr. and prepared under his immediate inspection by Lieut. Joseph Baker, in which the Continental Shore has been traced and determined from Latde. 57¼07'1/2N. and Longd. 227¼00'E. to Latd. 59¼39'N and Longd. 219¼00'E. at the periods shewn by the Track. No. 12. (with) three inset maps. Engraved by T. Foot, Weston Place, St. Pancras. London: Published May 1st 1798, by J. Edwards Pall Mall & G. Robinson Paternoster Row.
Note Maps without color. Inset maps include: 1. Entrance into Cross Sound. 2. A Survey of Port Conclusion. 3. A Survey of Port Protection. Dotted lines show the path of the ships as they sailed south. Maps cover the area in Alaska around the Alexander Archipelago.
Vancouver, George, 1757-1798
Chart of the Sandwich Island …
1798
Chart Atlas
Authors Vancouver, George, 1757-1798
Full Title A Chart of the Sandwich Islands as Surveyed during the Visits of His Majesty's Sloop Discovery and Armed Tender Chatham Commanded by George Vancouver Esq. in the Years 1792, 1793 & 1794, and prepared under his immediate inspection by Lieut. Joseph Baker. Engraved by J. Warner. 15. (with) Part of the Gallapagos Isles (and) the Island of Cocoas. London: Published May 1st, 1798, by J. Edwards Pall Mall & G. Robinson Paternoster Row.
Note Uncolored maps of the Hawaiian and Galapagos Islands. The tracks of the ships, along with their dates, are shown.
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