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The Boundaries of Arctic Map-Making: Exploration, Environment and Marginalia

Editor’s Note: This is the second post in the Northern Borders and Boundaries series. You can read other posts in this series here. “Can it be possible that this water communicates with Barrow’s Strait, and shall prove to be the long-sought North-west Passage?”[1] Posing this question within the pages of his 1850-1854 expeditionary account, Sir…

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