Explorations in the interior of the Labrador peninsula, the country of the Montagnais and Nasquapee Indians / by Henry Youle Hind, M.A. F.R.G.S. ... ; in two volumes.
- Additional Title(s):
- London : Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts, & Green, 1863.
London : Printed by Spottiswoode and Co., New-Street-Square
- Physical Description:
- 2 volumes in 1 : illustrations, maps ; 22 cm
- Rare Books and ManuscriptsF1140 .F56 1863Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon CollectionView by request in the Study Room [Request]
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- Copyright Status:
- Copyright Not Evaluated
- Vol. 1: xv, , 351 p.,  leaves of plates ; vol. 2: xiii, , 304 p.,  leaves of plates.
Chromolithographs printed by Hanhart.
Printer statement from verso of half-title.
Sabin, J. Dictionary of books relating to America from its discovery to the present time, 31933
BEIN 2001 1486: Ms. annotations.
BAC: British Art Center copy bound in publisher's green blind-stamped cloth. In two volumes. Bookplate: Edwin Stanton Fickes.
- Subject Terms:
- Fickes, Edwin Stanton -- Bookplate.Labrador (N.L.) -- Description and travelMoisie River (Québec) -- Description and travel.Montagnais Indians.Naskapi Indians.
- Wood engravings -- 1863.
Chromolithographs -- 1863.
Annotations (Provenance) -- 20th century
Travel literature -- Newfoundland and Labrador -- Labrador -- 1861-1862.
- Vol. 1. The Labrador Peninsula ; The mouth of the Moisie to the grand rapids ; Mista-Ka-Pitagan or the grand portage ; The Marten trapper ; The grand portage to the first gorge of the Moisie ; The first gorge to the See-Way-Sini-Kop portage ; The second gorge of the Moisie to Cold-Water River portage ; 'The lake where the sand lies' to 'Gneiss terraces' ; The Ka-Pi-Sta-Wa-Ti-Sagan, or ridge portage, to the Ojia-Pi-Si-Tagan, or top of the ridge ; The night-blind voyageur ; The mountain, or top of the ridge, portage ; Trout Lake to Lake Nipisis ; Lake Nipisis to Bear Lake ; The Snow-White Rock to Caribou Lake ; The burnt country and the table land ; 'The dark days of Canada' ; The return ; The Moisie Bay and the fisheries of the gulf ; The Moisie Bay to Seven Islands ; Seven Islands
- Vol. 2. The Montagnais, or the Tshe-Tsi-Uetin-Euerno, the people of the North-North-East ; The Bay of Seven Islands ; Seven Islands to the Mingans ; The St. Lawrence below Montreal. The estuary and Gulf of St. Lawrence ; The Gulf of St. Lawrence ; The voyage to Mingan ; The Nasquapees, or the people standing upright ; The present condition of the Montagnais Indians ; A brief history and geographical description of the Labrador Peninsula ; The Labradorians ; The Roman Catholic missions of the Labrador Peninsula ; General description of the North shore of the Gulf of St. Lawrence and of the coast of Labrador ; Church of England missions on the Gulf and Labrador coasts. Moravian missions ; The seal fishery ; The political and commercial importance of the fisheries of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, Labrador, and Newfoundland ; Appendix I: Distances (shore, not sailing) from Quebec to Blanc Sablon, the Eastern boundary of Canada ; Appendix II: Reflections in 1857 on the future of British America / by the Hon. W.H. Seward, Secretary of State, after visiting the coast of Labrador and parts of Canada ; Appendix III: The Indians of the Youcon / by the Rev. W.W. Kirkby ; Appendix IV: The Esquimaux of Anderson's River ; Appendix V: Census of the population of Mackenzie's River District, June 1, 1858 / from the report of James Anderson, Esq., Chief Factor ; Appendix VI: Indian races to the North of the Cree hunting-grounds ; Appendix VII: The Moravian missions in Labrador / by Brother L.T. Reichel ; Appendix VIII: Statistics of the North shore of the River and Gulf of St. Lawrence, from Port Neuf to L'Anse aux Blancs Sablons, 540 miles of sea-shore, in 1861, within the boundaries of Canada.