First Communications with the Natives of Prince Regents Bay, as Drawn by John Sackheouse, and Presented to Capt. Ross, Augt. 10, 1818.

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Prince Regent's Bay was really an inlet in Baffin Bay. John Sackheouse was the native interpreter for the expedition. Here the British and Inuit exchange gifts on meeting for the first time.

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