Plan of the Part of Baffins Bay which was found to be Inhabited

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Map of part of Baffin Bay. Cartographic elements include lines of latitude and longitude, route of the expedition's ships, topographical details, names of islands, sounds, and bays, and notations about landings and magnetic variations.

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