Cape Byam Martin, Possession Mount, and Cape Fanshaw, discovered Sept 1st, 1818 by H.M.S Isabella

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Sir Thomas Byam Martin was Comptroller of His Majesty's Navy. Ross called this the most magnificent chain of mountains he had ever seen. The area is in the eastern part of Baffin Bay.

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