Enlarged plan of Erebus and Terror Bay - The winter quarters of Sir John Franklin by John Arrowsmith

Enlarged plan of Erebus and Terror Bay - The winter quarters of Sir John Franklin

John Arrowsmith

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Enlarged plan of Erebus and Terror Bay - The winter quarters of Sir John Franklin

Discoveries in the Arctic Sea between Baffin Bay and Melville Island; shewing the coasts explored on the ice, by Captn. Ommanney & the officers of the expeditions under the command of Captain H.T. Austin R.N.C.B. and Captain W. Penny; also by the Honble. Hudson's Bay Co's expedition under the command of Rear Admiral Sir John Ross C.B. in search of Sir John Franklin. 1850-51. Drawn from official documents by John Arrowsmith

Object number: G285:4/19
Date: 1851
Original dimensions: printed area 440 mm x 64 mm, on sheet 455 mm x 675 mm

  • Image reference: S0251

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