Detailed maps of voyages in the Canadian Arctic from 16th to 19th Century are available on the Canada Arctic website at: http://www.sfu.ca/geog351fall02/gp2/WEBSITE/2_content_g.html These also contain chronological lists of voyages.
Canada & Alaska
ABSTRACT. The Joint Arctic Weather stations of Canada and the United States were built in the Queen Elizabeth Islands of northern Canada. The Eureka and Resolute stations were established in 1947 and another two, Mould Bay and Isachsen, in 1948.… Read More »The Establishment of Alert, N.W.T., Canada
Polar Imperative – A history of Arctic Sovereignty in North America by Shelagh D. Grant Douglas & McIntyre, Vancouver, 2010 “Polar Imperative is a definitive overview of many countries’ attempts to claim sovereign rights over the polar regions of North America.”… Read More »Polar Imperative
The Voyages and Works of John Davis the Navigator + The Map of the World, A.D. 1600 Edited, with an Introduction and Notes, by Albert Hastings Markham, Captain R.N., F.R.G.S., Author of “A Whaling Cruise in Baffin’s Bay,” “The Great… Read More »The Voyages and Works of John Davis the Navigator
The Voyages of the Venetian Brothers, Nicolò and Antonio Zeno, to the Northern Seas in the XIVth Century, comprising the latest known Accounts of the Lost Colony of Greenland; and of the Northmen in America before Columbus. Translated and Edited,… Read More »The Voyages of the Venetian Brothers
Henry Hudson the Navigator: the Original Documents in which his Career is recorded. Collected, partly Translated, and Annotated, with an Introduction, by G. M. Asher, LL.D. 1860. Published by Hakluyt Society First Series – Part 1 – Number 27