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Joseph Baker: Lieutenant on the Vancouver Expedition, British naval office for whom Mt. Baker was named.
by [Northwest History] Wing, Robert C.

Publisher Information:
Graybeard Press, Seattle : 1992.

A Fine copy in a Fine dust jacket . Joseph Baker was the Senior Lieutenant and chief cartographer on Vancouver's ship Discovery during the ship's voyages from 1791-1795. It was during this time that Vancouver explored the South Pacific , the west coast of the Americas including what is now Alaska and the Pacific Northwest. Includes many painitngs, documents and reports of Baker's voyages.


Edition: First Printing of the First US Edition
ISBN: 0933686021
Book Id: 25358

Price: $65.00

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