Canada's western Arctic: Report on investigations in 1925-26, 1928-29, and 1930
F.A. Acland, printer to the King, 1931 - Arctic regions - 116 pages
Investigations embraced: the Eskimos, their health and welfare; wildlife; mineral deposits; natural resources; the fur trade; climate; travel and transportation; examination of the area in which the Franklin expedition was lost; magnetic conditions in neighbourhood of the magnetic pole. (AB32743).
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PART IINVESTIGATIONS 192526
looking for a lead June 1926 3 Netselingmeut woman with native
whaleboat over the ice Repulse Bay June 1926 3 Churchill flowers August
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Adelaide peninsula anchor appeared Arctic arrived ashore Bathurst inlet Baychimo Bayne Bernard Harbour Bloody fall boat Boothia peninsula cache cairn Cambridge Bay caribou Chesterfield coast of King coastline Committee bay Coppermine river Coronation gulf dog feed east eastern eastward Eskimo examination feet fish floes followed Franklin party gasolene Gjoa Haven heavy hills Hudson's Bay Company Hunter bay igloo journey Kent peninsula King William island Kugaryuak land limestone located meat miles mineral morning mouth native copper Netselingmeut night northwest Oscar bay Ottawa outfit Pelly bay plentiful ptarmigan Queen Maud gulf reached reported Repulse bay rock route Royal Canadian Mounted schooner sealing camp season secured seen September settlement ship shore Simpson snow southern spent strait summer supply temperature trading posts Tree River trip Victoria island Victory point visited weather western westward Wilmot island wind winter