Calton Point or Catton Point? A Misprinted Toponym on the Yukon Coast

@article{Burn2013CaltonPO,
  title={Calton Point or Catton Point? A Misprinted Toponym on the Yukon Coast},
  author={C. Burn},
  journal={Arctic},
  year={2013},
  volume={66},
  pages={459-462}
}
Capt. John Franklin’s account of his journey along the western Arctic coast of North America presents two spellings of the toponym he gave to the point at the eastern end of Workboat Passage, the strait between Herschel Island and the mainland. “Pt. Catton” is printed in the text, and “Pt. Calton” on the accompanying map compiled by Lt. E.N. Kendall. One of these must be a misprint. Catton Point and Calton Point have been used by the National Topographic System and on Canadian hydrographic… Expand
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