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"A Map of Mackenzie's Track from Fort Chipewyan to the North Sea in 1789."

Detailed map of the North Sea (Arctic) explorations of Alexander MacKenzie, in 1789. Map depicts the exploration route from Fort Chipewyan (Alberta, Canada) to the North Sea (Arctic Ocean). Geographic features (mountains, lakes, rivers, and forts) along MacKenzie's route are shown in detail. The map is bound into the following volume: "Voyages from Montreal on the River St. Lawrence through the Continent of North America to the Frozen and Pacific Oceans in the years 1789 and 1793," by Alexander Mackenzie, 1801.


Creation Date: Oct. 15, 1801

Catalog ID: 1918.15.8.2

Call Number: 979.511 M199v

Object Types: map

Creator: Alexander Mackenzie, London, England

Dimensions: Height 31 in . Width 25.75 in

Related Subjects: Alberta, Fort Chipewyan, Mackenzie River, Great Slave Lake, Slave River, Arctic Ocean, North American Indian, explorer, Great Britain, Lake Athabasca