DOI:​10.1006/JHGE.2000.0233
Corpus ID: 159600513
The creation of imperial space in the Pacific Northwest
Daniel Clayton
Published 1 July 2000
History

Journal of Historical Geography
Abstract This paper discusses two diplomatic disputes that had a central bearing on the creation of imperial space in the Pacific Northwest: the Nootka Sound crisis (1790), which brought Britain and… 
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