Mount Rainer, from the fourth part of Admiralty inlet, bearing S. 55 E.

🔗 Share Image

Link Image

Embed Image

<img src="https://historyarchive.org/images/books/books-a/a-voyage-of-discovery-to-the-north-pacific-ocean-v01-1798/plates/05-mount-rainer-from-the-fourth-part-of-admiralty-inlet-bearing-s-55-e.jpg" alt="Mount Rainer, from the fourth part of Admiralty inlet, bearing S. 55 E. from A Voyage of Discovery to the North Pacific Ocean Vol. 1 (1798)" />

Description:

No Description Available.

Related Images

Four remarkable supported poles, in Port Townshend, in the gulf of Georgia Title Page Friendly cove, Nootka sound. The Discovery on the rocks in Queen Charlotte's sound Back Cover Front Cover A Deserted Indian village in King George the Third's sound, New Holland Cheslakees village, in Johnstone's straits Village of the Friendly Indians, at the entrance of Bute's canal
History of Humanity - History Archive Logo
History of Humanity - History Mysteries Logo
History of Humanity - Ancient Mesopotamia Logo
History of Humanity - Egypt History Logo
History of Humanity - Persian Empire Logo
History of Humanity - Greek History Logo
History of Humanity - Alexander the Great Logo
History of Humanity - Roman History Logo
History of Humanity - Punic Wars Logo
History of Humanity - Golden Age of Piracy Logo
History of Humanity - Revolutionary War Logo
History of Humanity - Mafia History Logo