Excerpt from Report on the Geology and Physical Character of the Nastapoka Islands, Hudson Bay
Langland river, or, from N. Lat. 56° to N. Lat. 57° a distance of one hundred and twenty miles.
From their southern end to \vhite Whale point in N. Lat. The general directi... on of the coast and islands is due north, while beyond that to the head of the chain the general direction is north-northwest. The islands form a chain roughly parallel to the coast and, with the exception of the distance between the two most northerly islands (which are nineteen miles apart) lie close together, the distance between island and island rarely exceeding a mile and usually being much less.
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