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Hydrographical chart of the Arctic regions
Hydrographical chart of the Arctic regions including the late discoveries of Captain Ross and some original surveys. William Scoresby drew this chart after John Ross returned from his 1818 voyage in search of a North-West passage. Ross reported that his route through Lancaster Sound was blocked by a range of mountains that he saw ahead but Scoresby's chart does not close off the sound entirely.
Object number: G282:1/8
Original dimensions: 490 mm x 430 mm
- Image reference: F9898
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London