Habitations in Nootka Sound

Habitations in Nootka Sound

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Caption: Habitations in Nootka Sound Whole drawing Groups of people clad in skins standing on the beach with two boats and flat-roofed houses in the background. Near the houses are racks for drying fish. Possibly the village of Yuquot in Nootka Sound Vancouver Island visited by Capt. Cook and John Webber on 22 April 1778 Image taken from Drawings executed by John Webber during the Third Voyage of Captain Cook 1777-1779. Originally published in N. America Nootka Sound; 1778. Illustrated by John Webber.

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