Report of the Canadian Arctic Expedition 1913-18 . ctic coast to Cape Lisburne in 1901.Professional Paper 20, U.S. Geological Survey, Washington, 1904, pp.-49-50. (2) Vicinity of Point Barrow: See Report of the International Expeditionto Point Barrow, Alaska, 1881-83, Washington, 1885, pp. 149-51. (3) Coast between Point Barrow and International Boundary: See The Can-ning River Region, Northern Alaska, by Ernest de K. Lefl&ngwell, ProfessionalPaper 109, U.S. Geological Survey, Washington, 1919; for rivers, ground-ice, etc. (4) East side of Mackenzie river delta: See Arctic Searching Expedition

Report of the Canadian Arctic Expedition 1913-18 . ctic coast to Cape Lisburne in 1901.Professional Paper 20, U.S. Geological Survey, Washington, 1904, pp.-49-50. (2) Vicinity of Point Barrow: See Report of the International Expeditionto Point Barrow, Alaska, 1881-83, Washington, 1885, pp. 149-51. (3) Coast between Point Barrow and International Boundary: See The Can-ning River Region, Northern Alaska, by Ernest de K. Lefl&ngwell, ProfessionalPaper 109, U.S. Geological Survey, Washington, 1919; for rivers, ground-ice, etc. (4) East side of Mackenzie river delta: See Arctic Searching Expedition Stock Photo
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Report of the Canadian Arctic Expedition 1913-18 . ctic coast to Cape Lisburne in 1901.Professional Paper 20, U.S. Geological Survey, Washington, 1904, pp.-49-50. (2) Vicinity of Point Barrow: See Report of the International Expeditionto Point Barrow, Alaska, 1881-83, Washington, 1885, pp. 149-51. (3) Coast between Point Barrow and International Boundary: See The Can-ning River Region, Northern Alaska, by Ernest de K. Lefl&ngwell, ProfessionalPaper 109, U.S. Geological Survey, Washington, 1919; for rivers, ground-ice, etc. (4) East side of Mackenzie river delta: See Arctic Searching Expedition, 1848-49, by Sir John Richardson, London, 1852, pp. 152-54. (5) Cape Bathurst and Young point, Northwest Territories: See VolumeIII, Part K, pp. 17-18, of this series. (6) Stapylton bay to Coronation gulf and Wollaston land (Victoria island):See Volume XII, pp. 14-26, of this series. See Part K. Vol. Ill, of these reports. Note—The six photographs reproduced in the report were all taken by the author. 43788—2 Crustacean Life N 19 Plate I.. Fig.1—Large freshwater lakes near Konganevik, Camden bay, Alaska. July 4, 1914.cu31924074095286

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