3 edition of A New Vancouver journal on the discovery of Puget Sound found in the catalog.
A New Vancouver journal on the discovery of Puget Sound
A portion of an anonymous ms. journal by a member of the armed tender Chatham which accompanied the sloop Discovery, commanded by Capt. George Vancouver, on her voyage to the North Pacific and around the world. From internal evidence the journal has been ascribed to Edward Bell, clerk of the Chatham, and to William Walker, surgeon.
|Statement||by a member of the Chatham"s crew ; edited by Edmond S. Meany.|
|Contributions||Bell, Edward., Walker, William B., Meany, Edmond S. 1862-1935.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||43 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||43|
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The Puget Sound Business Journal (Seattle) features local business news about Seattle. We also provide tools to help businesses grow, network and : Tony Lystra. The Chatham was an armed tender to Vancouver’s ship Discovery and eventually would be captained by Peter Puget.
The size, shape and style of the anchor suggest it’s at least two centuries old. Gough is Canadian, and the book has little in it about Puget Sound. It focuses on the waters around Vancouver Island, the Makahs and other tribes, and explorers of the Western powers.
– Staff Writer, Puget Sound Business Journalpm PDT Eric Dobmeier, a former Seattle Genetics executive, has a new project and it just raised $65 million in a. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Walker William B books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. Seattle’s position in the Pacific maritime trade improved with the discovery of a new resource: high-grade coal, which occurred throughout the hills of eastern Puget Sound.
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