William H. Dall - Field Notes, 1880
About the Project
The field book documents the survey work of William H. Dall along the southwestern coast of British Columbia and Alaska during the early summer of 1880. A naturalist and prominent malacologist in the second half of the 19th century, Dall was often called upon for a variety of other scientific work. In this field book, Dall describes terrain, travel progression, descriptions of rock observed, then includes survey data and calculations for Port Althorp and bearings from deck of the schooner, bearings from Glacier Spit.
Please help us transcribe this, one of Dall's smaller field books.