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No. 1037.

TYPICAL VIEWS OF THE TOPOGRAPHY OF THE LABRADOR COAST FROM PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN BY Dr. REGINALD A. DALY.


I.
VIEWS OF THE TORNGAT MOUNTAINS SEEN FROM OPEN ATLANTIC JUST SOUTH AND NORTH OF ENTRANCE TO NACHVAK BAY.

1.—Razorback Ridge 2500 feet, just north of entrance to Nachvak Bay.

2.—Mountain 2000 feet, 4 miles north of the entrance to Nachvak Bay.

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3.—2000 foot mountain ridge near mouth of Nachvak Bay.

4.—Looking north-east at north side of entrance to Nachvak Bay. Mountains about 2500 feet high.

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5.—Looking south-east at south side of entrance to Nachvak Bay. Mountains 1500 to 2000 feet.

6.—Bight just north-west of Gulch Cape, near entrance to Nachvak Bay. Mountains 2500 to 3000 feet high.

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II.
VIEWS IN NACHVAK BAY OF TORNGAT MOUNTAINS.

7.—South side of Nachvak Bay looking south by west. Mountains up to 3500 feet high.

8.—Nachvak Bay (fiord) looking up north-west arm.

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9.—General view of Torngat Mountains from top of Ford Mountain, 3700 feet above the sea, Nachvak Bay.

10.—Looking north from top of Ford Mountain.

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