Exploration in the Far West, 18th, 19th Centuries



Between the 1740s and 1820s eastern explorers reached the Cordilleran mountain ranges. About 1800 they finally broke through to the Pacific Ocean at Bentinck Arm and at the mouths of the Fraser and Columbia Rivers. There they found signs of decades of coasting activity by British, Spanish and Russian mariners. More 

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