The Boundary Hunters: Surveying the 141st Meridian and the Alaska Panhandle

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Index
A. See Point A
A-B. See Line A-B
Alaska Boundary Commission, 54-63, 88, 91, 95, 97, 189n29
Alaska Boundary Tribunal, 1, 78, 79-94
Alaska Commercial Company (A.C. Co.), 17, 19, 28, 30, 32, 33, 37, 43, 44
Alaskan, 56
Alexander, Tsar, 1, 2
Alsek River area
ABC field work, 62
IBC field work, 133-39
Alverstone, Lord, 81-93, 177
Anderson, Colonel T.M., USA, 71, 72
Anglo-Russian Treaty of 1825, 1, 2-3, 46, 49, 50, 51, 53, 72, 79-80, 82, 86, 87, 88
Arctic, 33, 35-36, 44
Arden, D'Arcy, IBC
1912 season, 165
Atlin, 74, 192n38
Aurora, Canadian launch, 159, 165
Aylesworth, Allen B., 82, 84, 87, 90, 91, 93
B. See Point B
Bagot, Sir Charles, 2
Baker, Jerry, miner, 42
Baldwin, A.C., IBC
1909 season, 141st, reconnaissance
1910 season, 141st, projection
1911-12 seasons, 141st, triangulation
1913, 141st, St. Elias attempt, 169-72
Baldwin, G.C., IBC
1906 season, 123
1907-9 seasons, 141st, projection
Balfour, Prime Minister Arthur, 88
Barnard, E.C., commissioner IBC, 107, 175
Barraclough, P.E., IBC
1911-13 seasons, 141st
Barton, H.M., DLS, IBC
1920 season with J.D. Craig
Bates, J.M., IBC, 115
1904 season with C.A. Bigger
1905 season with G.R. White-Fraser
1906-8 seasons with J.D. Craig
1909-11 seasons with F.H. Mackie
1912 season with W. M. Dennis
1913 season with Noel Ogilvie
Beechey, Captain, RN, 3, 4
Beegan, Frank, 47-49
Belcher, Inspector R., NWMP, 70
Bennett, 67, 70
Bering Sea Arbitration Tribunal, 82, 85
Bigger, C.A., DLS, IBC
1904 season, 96-97
1905 season, 127
Blaine, James, secretary of state, 54
Blair, A.G., minister of railways and canals, 68
Bode, C.H., IBC death 1913, 103
Bompas, Rev. W.C., 10
Bonanza Creek, 43, 44, 65
Boothroyd, S.L., IBC
1905-9 seasons with O.M. Leland
Boundary, 143, 144, 145, 155
Boyce, E.C., IBC
1904-5 seasons with G.R. White-Fraser
Brabazon, A.J., DLS, ABC, IBC
1893 season, 57-59
1894 season, 62
1895 season, 62
1905 season, 116-19, 194n32
1906 season, 133-37
1907-8 seasons, 145, 153
Brabazon, C.H., IBC
1905-6 seasons with A.J. Brabazon
1908 season, 141st, vista
Bradfield River area
ABC field work, 62
IBC field work, 112-15
Brady, Governor John G., 72
"British" vs "Canadian" in text, xiii
British Columbia, government of requests boundary survey, 1872, 46 interprets 1825 Treaty, 50 and Yukon railway scheme, 68
Brundage, F.H., IBC 1920 season, 103
C. See Point C
Cadzow, Dan, trader, 157, 161
Cairnes, D.D., GSC, 159
Cameron, Colonel D.R., RA, 50-51, 53
Camp Colonna. See Rampart House
Camp Davidson. See Ogilvie observatory

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Photographic Credits viii
  • Illustrations ix
  • Acknowledgements xi
  • Preliminary Note xiii
  • Foreword xv
  • 1 - Britain and Russia Establish Their Boundary (1825-67) 1
  • 2 - Canada and United States Mark the 141st Meridian (1869-96) 7
  • 3 - Staking a Claim to the Panhandle (1876-96) 46
  • 4 - The Klondike Rush and Temporary Boundaries (1896-1903) 65
  • 5 - Forced Settlement: The Alaska Boundary Tribunal (1903) 79
  • 6 - Marking the Panhandle Boundary (1904-1920) 95
  • 7 - The 141st Meridian: A Single Straight Line (1906-13) 143
  • Afterword 177
  • Appendix 179
  • Notes 185
  • Bibliographical Note 199
  • Selected Bibliography 201
  • Abbreviations 206
  • Index 207
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