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King William Land : showing the line of retreat of the Franklin expedition
- London : Edward Stanford, 1880.
- Route of Sir John Franklin's 1845 expedition, overland route of last survivors, and conjectural location of wrecked ships shown in red. Relics, cairns, boats, tents, graves, and skeletons discovered by McClintock (1859), Hall (1869), and Schwatka (1879) shown in red. Relief (headlands) shown by hachures. Location of north magnetic pole is shown. From: Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society and monthly record of geography. Vol. 2, no. 11 (Nov. 1880), pp. 657-662; held in Firestone Library. Call number: G7 .J6873
- Franklin, John, 1786-1847—Travel, King William Island (Nunavut)—Discovery and exploration, Franklin Expedition, King William Island (Nunavut)—Maps, and Thematic maps
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- G3537.K5A85 1879 .R6
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