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" Lake and the Arctic coast, being nearly all to the north of the Arctic Circle. Nearly as large as Portugal is another tract between Great Bear Lake, the Mackenzie River, and the western part of Great Slave Lake, in all 35,000 square miles. Lying between... "
The National Geographic Magazine - Page 243
1901
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The Dublin Review, Volume 107

Nicholas Patrick Wiseman - 1890 - 524 pages
...Area of 81,000 square miles, or more than twice that of Newfoundland, between the Stikine and Liard rivers to the north, and the Skeena and Peace rivers to the south. It contains a large tract of the interior plateau region, and probably much good agricultural land....
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Missionary Review of the World, Volume 24

Missions - 1901 - 1012 pages
...all 35,000 square miles. Lying between Stikine and Laird rivers to the north and the Skeena and Peach rivers to the south is an area of 81,000 square miles,...of the Coppermine River and west of Bathurst Inlet 708 lies 7,500 miles of unexplored land, which may be compared to half the size of Switzerland. Eastward...
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The Current Encyclopedia: A Monthly Record of Human Progress, Volume 1

Sociology - 1901 - 906 pages
...between Great Bear Lake, the Mackenzie River, and the western part of Great Slave Lake, in all 35.000 square miles. Lying between Stikine and Laird rivers...Skeena and Peace rivers to the south is an area of 81.0Ш square miles, which, except for a recent visit by a Held party, is quite unexplored. Of the...
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Canada's Resources and Possibilities: With Special Reference to the Iron and ...

James Stephen Jeans - Canada - 1904 - 332 pages
...Mackenzie River, and the western part of Great Slave Lake, in all 35,000 square miles. Lying between the Stikine and Laird Rivers to the north, and the Skeena...recent visit by a field party, is quite unexplored. The f1gures which have just been presented make it clear that no one is in a position to say what Canadian...
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Canada's Resources and Possibilities: With Special Reference to the Iron and ...

James Stephen Jeans - Canada - 1904 - 328 pages
...in all 35,000 square miles. Lying between the Stikine and Laird Rivers to the north, and the Skecna and Peace Rivers to the south, is an area of 81,000...recent visit by a field party, is quite unexplored. The figures which have just been presented make it clear that no one is in a position to say what Canadian...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - Discoveries in science - 1894 - 1040 pages
...Macfarlane. Farther south there is au unknown tract of 81,000 square miles between the Stikine and Liard rivers to the north and the Skeena and Peace rivers to the south, and amiotlier of 7,¿0() s(¿timiiC miles between the Peace, Athabasca, and Loon rivers. An unexplored...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - Discoveries in science - 1894 - 1122 pages
...Macfarlane. Farther south there is an unknown tract of 81,000 square miles between the Stikine and Liard rivers to the north and the Skeena and Peace rivers to the south, and another of 7,500 square miles between the Peace, Athabasca, aud Loon rivers. An unexplored area...
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The Geographical Journal, Volume 2

Geography - 1893 - 654 pages
...Macfarlane. Further south there is an unknown tract of 81,000 square miles, between the Stikine and Liard Rivers to the north, and the Skeena and Peace Rivers to the south, and another of 7500 square miles between the Peace, Athabasca, and Loon Rivers. An unexplored area...
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