Distant Dominion: Britain and the Northwest Coast of North America, 1579-1809

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Map 1. The Northwest Coast of North America and the North Pacific Region 4-5
2. Nootka Sound 56
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Plate 1. Sir Francis Drake
2. Golden Hind off Point Reyes
3. Drakes Bay, California
4. San Bias, Mexico
5. Young Woman of the Queen Charlotte Islands
6. Maquinna, Chief of the Moachat
7. Native Habitations at Yuquot, Nootka Sound
8. Resolution and Discovery Beating through the Ice North of Bering Strait. Inset: Captain James Cook
9. "Chart of the North West Coast of America ...''
10. Resolution and Discovery at Nootka Sound, 1778
11. Interior of a Native House at Nootka Sound
12. John Meares
13. Long Boat of the Felice Adventurer Encountering Native Canoes
14. Launching of the North West America
15. Captain Robert Gray
16. Columbia off Point Ellice, 1792
17. Sútil and Mexicana off Point Roberts
18. Spanish Insult to the British Flag at Nootka, 1791
19. Cayetano Valdés Florez
20. Dionisio Alcalá Galiano
21. Reputedly Captain George Vancouver
22. Juan Francisco de la Bodega y Quadra
23. Estéban José Martínez
24. Callicum and Maquinna
25. Vancouver's Discovery Aground in Queen Charlotte Sound

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