Diary of a magnetic survey of a portion of the Dominion of Canada, chiefly in the North-Western Territories, executed in the years 1842-1844

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Creator Lefroy, John Henry (Sir)
Title Diary of a magnetic survey of a portion of the Dominion of Canada, chiefly in the North-Western Territories, executed in the years 1842-1844
Identifier P000217
Subject Explorers, Surveyors and Travellers--Description and Travel--General
Diaries
Journaux intimes
Lefroy, John Henry, 1817-1890
Northwest Passage--Description and travel
Scientists
Scientifiques
Surveys
Levés
1844
Notes print xxiv, 192 p., 6 leaves of plates, 5 maps, diagram.; 25.5 cm.
Language English
Media Text
Contributor University of Alberta
Description During the survey Lefroy travelled approximately 5,475 miles, partly by canoe and snowshoe, and made valuable observations at more than 300 stations en route.
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