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Map of the world showing trade routes & shortest sailing distances between Canadian & foreign ports
- Ottawa, Canada : [s.n.], 1930.
Canada. National Development Bureau. Canada. Department of the Interior. North Decimal Degree 80.000000. South Decimal Degree -60.000. East Decimal Degree 80.0000. West Decimal Degree -80.0000. With " "Abridged tables of important sailing distances in nautical miles". At head of title: Department of the Interior, Hon. Thomas G. Murphy, minister. W.W. Cory, C.M.G., Deputy minister.
- Trade routes, Transportation, and World—Maps
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