British Columbia. Cape Caution to Port Simpson including Hecate Strait and part of Queen Charlotte Islands [cartographic material] : [northern portion] / surveyed by Staff Commander Daniel Pender R.N., 1867-70, and Captain J.F. Parry & F.C. Learmonth R.N., 1907-9

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    Hierarchical level:
    [1870], 1911.
    R11630-2937-3-E, Box number: 2000697614
    Item no. (creator):
    1923A BA
    Local class no.:
    10,000s .P5 1801-
    Type of material:
    Maps and cartographic material
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    Archives / Collections and Fonds
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  • Date(s):
    [1870], 1911.
    London, England:
    Place of creation:
    The Admiralty,
    1 map : b&w.
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    Scope and content:
    Chart shows northeast end of the Queen Charlotte Islands along with the mainland British Columbia coast from Port Simpson to Princess Royal Island.
    Inset: Khutze Anchorage. Inset: Kemano Bay. Inset: Kitlup Anchorage.
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    General Note:
    Depths shown by soundings. Head of title: North America - west coast. British Columbia. Magnetic variation date 1913. New edition 19th April 1911. Includes manuscript additions: various locations of light signals highlighted in yellow. Bottom left corner: Small corrections V [19]11.
    Statement of responsibility note:
    "Dixon Entrance and Chatham Sound and its approaches surveyed by Captain J.F. Parry and F.C. Learmonth R.N. and the Officers of H.M. surveying ship 'Egeria', 1907-9."
    "Gardner Canal and approaches from a sketch survey by Captn. F.C. Learmonth R.N. and the Officers of H.M.S. 'Egeria', 1907."
    "Queen Charlotte Islands chiefly from a plan published by the Geological Survey Office, Montreal, 1879."
    Inset of Khutze Anchorage by Lt. Col. W.P. Anderson & Capt. J.T. Walbran, Department of Marine & Fisheries, Canada, 1902.
    Insets of Kemano Bay and Kitlup Anchorage from sketch surveys by Lieut. O.T. Hodgson R.N., 1905-6.
    "The soundings and tidal information in hairline have been supplied by Mr. A. Freeman, fishing steamer 'New England'."
    Pender assisted by Navigating Lieutenants G.A. Browning, J.E. Coghlan & G.S. Brodie, and Navg. Sub-Lieut. G.C. Hammond R.N.
    Dates of creation note:
    Publication date not indicated on chart. Corrections to 1911.
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