Toronto: Stewart Derbishire & George Desbarats [and] John Lovell, 1858.
Hardcover. Very good. Two works bound together: 1) Hind, Henry Youle. Report of a Topographical and Geological Exploration of the Canoe Route between Fort William, Lake Superior and Fort Garry, Red Rver; and also of the Valley of Red River, North of the 49th Parallel, during the Summer of 1857. Toronto: Stewart Derbishire & Geo. Desbarats,1858.  pp. Peel 198. Bound with 2) Report on the Exploration of the Country between Lake Superior and the Red River Settlement. Toronto: Printed by order of the Legislative Assembly, by John Lovell, 1858. pp ,  (Table of Heights and Distances of the Different Breaks which occur in the Hudson’s Bay Canoe Route), ,  (Levels of the Kaministoquoia and Winipeg Rivers), , with two folding maps: “Plan Shewing The Proposed Route From Lake Superior To Red River Settlement” and “Map of Part of the Valley of Red River North of the 49th Parallel.” The former measures approximately 38 x 63 inches and is based on surveys by Simon James Dawson and William Napier. The expedition surveyed and explored the country between Lake Superior and the Red River and from Lake Winnipeg to the Saskatchewan River.