The Underwater Heritage of Friendly Cove (1997)

The Underwater Heritage of Friendly Cove (1997)
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Explorer Captain James Cook arrived at Nootka Sound on March 29 1778, becoming the first European to set foot on the West Coast of Vancouver Island. The first nation village site of Friendly Cove (Yuquot) became a rendezvous location for the fur traders that followed. In 1790 the Spanish built a fort there, almost causing a war between Britain and Spain. Several other notable events happened at Friendly Cove, including the taking of the trading ship Boston. This UASBC report represents a complete submerged cultural resources survey of historic Friendly Cove. 1997, 8.5" x 11", 40 pages

The Underwater Heritage of Friendly Cove (1997)