Hearne's account of the Bloody Falls massacre was allowed to survive as a whole, but its continued persistence in the Quablunaat world is artfully compared by Cameron to the Inuit and Dene views of Hearne's foray to the mouth of the Coppermine
and the Bloody Falls massacre.
In 1907, breeding was noted during the Alexander Expedition within Glacier Bay at the Beardslee Group, Coppermine
Cove, and South Marble Island (Grinnell and others 1909).
In 1994, I accepted a job as a teacher education instructor in a community-based program in Coppermine
, Northwest Territories (now Kugluktuk, Nunavut), offered by Nunavut Arctic College and accredited through McGill University.
He travelled a long and difficult journey from Fort Prince of Wales (near present-day Churchill, Manitoba, on Hudson Bay) to the mouth of the Coppermine
River, establishing that there was no Northwest Passage at lower latitudes.
Recruited by Getty Oil straight out of the University of Toronto, armed with a geography degree, Strapp missed graduation because he was performing geophysics work in the Northwest Territories on the Coppermine
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Two exceptional musk oxen were taken by Jim Shockey in 2006 near the Coppermine
River in Nunavut, Canada.
For instance, in Fraser's exhaustive and sometimes exhausting account of a long-ago canoe trip she, a then healthy Dave and two other paddlers took along the Coppermine
River in the Canadian Arctic, we get dictionary definitions of geographical features, snippets of history from earlier expeditions and even a camping-equipment-catalogue-style description of "a small Eureka expedition tent with a tension-sprung dome and a porch, side pockets, a little window in the roof, and a net bag that hung down between us to hold precious things.
I'll bet you Coppermine
against Ned's secret, one heat of one mile.
40pm when the blue BMW left the road near to The Coppermine
40pm when the blue BMW careered off the road near the Coppermine
Of these, the most well-documented is by Samuel Hearne (1958:128-129) during his famous trek from the Hudson Bay post to the Coppermine
River and back.