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[INDIAN ARM, NORTH VANCOUVER]
[Original Unsigned Watercolour Titled:] No. Vancouver.
May 28th 1892. Watercolour mounted on period card ca. 17x24 cm (6 ˝ x 9 ˝ in). The watercolour is recently matted. Overall a very good watercolour. Early interesting watercolour looking up Indian Arm by Deep Cove, North Vancouver. "Burrard Inlet and the opening of Indian Arm was mapped by Captain George Vancouver and fully explored days later by Dionisio Alcalá Galiano in June 1792.., Deep Cove, or Deepwater as it was first known, is located in the traditional clamming and fishing area of the Squamish Salish native nation who lived for thousands of years and still live in the area." (Wikipedia).