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Derrotero de las Islas Malvinas

Citation: Sulivan, Bartholomew James (1882) Derrotero de las Islas Malvinas. Imprenta Nacional, Santiago. (Unpublished)


Creative Commons: Attribution 3.0


Creative Commons: Attribution 3.0

Information on the Falkland Islands, in four chapters. Chapter One includes general information about the islands, their history, statistical details, imports and exports, ports, tides, currents, weather, climate, flora, fauna and geology. Chapter Two covers the eastern island, and includes details of various settlements including Eddystone Rock, Cape Dolphin, Cape Bougainville, Port Saviour, Rock Uranie, Berkeley Bay and Port Johnson. Chapter Three covers the Falkland channel, and includes details of, amongst others, Port St. Charles, Newhaven Ruggles bay, White Rock Bay and Port Howard. Chapter Four includes details of various settlements on the western island, including Pebble Channel, Port Egmont, Carcass Island, Byron Bay, Christmas Bay and Beaver Harbour. Followed by 'Correspondencia de nomenclaturas en las cartas inglesas i españolas'. Signed 'B. J. Sulivan, Capitan de la marina inglesa'

Additional Information: Translated from the English by M. De Coriolis, and from the French by La Oficina Hidrográfica
Creators: Sulivan, Bartholomew James and
Subjects: Politics
Latin American Studies
Keywords: Item type: Memorandum, Countries: Argentina, Latin America, Themes: Political Culture, Economic Policy, Development and Ideas, Other keywords: Domestic Commerce, International Commerce, Intellectual Culture, Navigation, Infrastructure,
Divisions: Institute of Latin American Studies
Collections: Liberalism in the Americas Digital Archive
  • 1882 (completed)
References: Project Record ID: A00434; Folder: CUP_405_E_8; BL Catalogue number: CUP_405_E_8;


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