South America the south-eastern part of Tierra del Fuego with Staten Island, Cape Horn and Diego Ramirez Islands by British Admiralty

South America the south-eastern part of Tierra del Fuego with Staten Island, Cape Horn and Diego Ramirez Islands

British Admiralty

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South America the south-eastern part of Tierra del Fuego with Staten Island, Cape Horn and Diego Ramirez Islands by British Admiralty zoom

South America the south-eastern part of Tierra del Fuego with Staten Island, Cape Horn and Diego Ramirez Islands

This British Admiralty chart was surveyed by Captain Robert Fitzroy, Royal Navy, and the officers of HMS Beagle 1830-1834. Scale: circa 1:500,000 showing twelve views and one inset.

The inset shows the Beagle Channel sketch of Ushuwia Harbour Mission Station. Scale circa 1:30,000 by Mr W. J. T. Wallis, commanding Mission Yawl 'Allen Gardner' 1876.
British Admiralty; J. & C. Walker; Captain Robert Fitzroy

  • Image reference: D7066-1

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