The Geographical journal.
|Creator:||Royal Geographical Society (Great Britain)|
Royal Geographical Society,
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After the Expedition of the 'Belgica', 1898, and, Before the Expedition of the 'Francais', 1903-1905 -- After the Expedition of the "Francais', 1903-1905 -- After the 1st Summer Voyage of the 'Pourquoi Pas?', 1908-1909 -- After the 2nd Summer Voyage of the 'Pourquoi Pas?', 1909-1910 -- Ancillary map: [Locality map showing the track of the 'Francais', 1903-1905, and, the track of the "Pourquoi Pas?', 1908-1910]. Scale [ca. 1:12,672,000]
At bottom right corner of sheet: Antarctic. Charcot.
Four maps of the western coast of Graham Land, including Gerlache Strait, Palmer Archipelago and the Biscoe Islands as well as its eastern coast, showing the exploratory routes taken by Charcot's expeditions of 1903-105 and 1908-1910 along the western coast. The last two maps include relief shown by spot heights in feet and soundings in fathoms.
4 maps on 1 sheet : col. ; each 17 x 15 cm., sheet 41 x 35 cm.
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