Lincoln Ellsworth Expedition to Alberta and British Columbia, 1914

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Description

In 1914, the United States Biological Survey conducted field investigations in Canada to secure information concerning the habits and distribution of large game mammals. Edmund Heller accompanied the Lincoln Ellsworth expedition to the Dease River-Telegraph Creek area of British Columbia and later to Alberta.

Date Range

1914 - 1914

Topic

Zoology

Place

  • Canada
  • Alberta
  • British Columbia
  • Cassiar
  • Telegraph Creek
  • Dease

Form/Genre

Expedition name