Observations on the passage bet[w]een the Atlantic and Pacif[i]c Oceans

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Observations on the passage bet[w]een the Atlantic and Pacif[i]c Oceans. [Place of publication not identified]: [publisher not identified], [?] (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: William Goldson.

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Elucidated by a new and original map By William Goldson. [William Goldson]. Observations on the Passage between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, in Two Memoirs on the Straights of Anian, and the Discoveries of De Fonte to which is prefixed an Historical Abridgement of Discoveries in the North of America.

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Portsmouth: W. Mowbray, 4to ( x mm). xii, pp. Large folding engraved map. "N.P." would be the initials of a passage between the Atlantic and Pacific sought by many different explorers over the years, including French and British. They stand for "Northwest Passage," the elusive route between the great oceans that served as a tremendous inspiration for land- and sea-borne explorations of northern North America.

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