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0000 0000 8632 8971
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Davidson, G.
Davidson, Geo
Davidson, George
Davidson, George ((geographer))
Dates: 
1825-1911
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Alden, James
Armstrong, Robert (1792-1854)
Bache, A. D. (1806-1867)
Benham, Henry Washington
Lambert, John (fl. 1853-1858)
P.S. Duval & Co
Siebert, Selmar
U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey
United States Coast Survey
Young, J.
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Cape Flattery and Neé-Ah Harbour Washington
discovery of san francisco bay, the
Explanation of an Indian map of the rivers, lakes, trails and mountains from the Chilkaht to the Yukon
Field catalogue of 983 transit stars : mean places for 1870.0
Flattery (Estados Unidos) (Washington) (Cabo)
Glaciers of alaska that are shown on russian charts or mentioned in older narratives
Identification of Francis Drake's anchorage on the coast of California in the year 1579, 1890:
In memoriam Thomas Edwards Slevin
Map Showing the Distribution of the Tribes of Alaska and Adjoining Territory
Mechanical defects in micrometers [by George Davidson]
Merkatorskai︠a︡ karta Proliva Kuprei︠a︡nova : nakhodi︠a︡shchagosi︠a︡ mezhdu ostrovami Kadʹi︠a︡kom i Afognakom
Methods and results : field catalogue of time and circumpolar stars for 1885
origin and meaning of the name california
Pacific coast coast pilot of Alaska, first part, from southern boundary to Cook's Inlet
Pacific coast coast pilot of California, Oregon, and Washington Territory
Reconnaisance of False Dungeness Harbor : Washington : (K. Nʿ 5)
Report of the Board of Comissioners on the Irrigation of the San Joaquin, Tulare, and Sacramento Valleys of the State of California
San Diego Entrance and approaches : California : (J. nʿ 4)
star-factors A,B,C, for reducing transit-observations, The
Tracks and landfalls of bering and chirikof on the northwest coast of america from the point of their separation in latitude 491̊0ʹ, longitude 1764̊0ʹ west, to their return to the same meridian june, july, august, september, october, 1741
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