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    Thirteen Eyewitness Alaskan-Siberian Views by John Webber from Captain Cook's Third and Last Expedition (1776-1779), Published in 1784. All line or mixed method, by various engravers, fine and crisp impressions, each plate-mark ranging from 9"-11" x 10"-16", on sheets approximately 14" x 19", as follows: Various Articles of Nootka Sound; A Sea Otter; Canoes of Oonalashka; The Tschuktschi, and their Habitations; The Inhabitants of Norton Sound, and their Habitations; Caps of the Natives of Oonalashka; Natives of Oonalashka, and their Habitations; A Sledge of Kamtschatka; A View of Bolcheretzkoi, in Kamtschatka; A White Bear; A Man of Kamtschatka; A Woman of Kamtschatka; and The Inside of a Winter Habitation, in Kamtschatka.


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