Strait of Juan de Fuca

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A chart shewing part of the coast of N.W. America

Item is a map, which is a coloured reproduction made in 1974 of one of the charts made in 1798 of George Vancouver's surveys of the Pacific coast of North America. The plate depicts the area from Cape Lookout, north to Cape Swain. The routes taken by Vancouver are marked. Inset map shows a survey of Port Stewart. Three inset maps show the entrance of the Columbia River, Port of Discovery and Gray's Harbour. The routes taken by Captain Vancouver are marked.

Carta esferica de los reconocimientos hechos en 1782 en la costa n.o. de America para examinar la Entrada de Juan de Fuca, y la internacion de sus canales navegables

Map shows the discoveries made in 1792 on the north-west coast of North American by examining Juan de Fuca Strait and the corresponding navigable channels, prepared for Dionisio Galiano and Captain Valdes, naval captains of the Royal (Spanish) Fleet in the year 1795.

Carta esferica de los reconocimientos hechos en la costa No. de America des de la parte en que empiezan a angoftar de Juan de Fuca hafta la salidade las Goletas Sutil y Mexicana

Item is a reproduction of a map depicting the Spanish explorations of the north-west coast of North American in 1795, specifically depicting the northern end of Vancouver Island and the adjacent mainland. Illustrations are views of the entrance to Nootka Sound, and a view of "Cabo Frondoso" (Cape Cook?).

Map showing the line of boundary between the United States and British possessions

Item is a map showing four proposed boundaries between the United States and British possessions in the Salish Sea region. The explanations of the lines read in part: "[1] Boundary line contemplated by the Treaty as shown by contemporaneous evidence; [2] Boundary line as claimed by the British Commissioner; [3] Boundary line proposed by the British Commissioner as a compromise ( . . . ); [4] Boundary line in accordance with the strict letter of the Treaty ( . . . ). Item also shows soundings, and the "track of steamers plying between Victoria and Fraser river since discovery of gold."