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Pacific Ocean Collection

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Map of Japan in Provinces in time of Iyeyasu, 1903. Creator: Unknown

Map of Japan in Provinces in time of Iyeyasu, 1903. Creator: Unknown
Map of Japan in Provinces in time of Iyeyasu, 1903. Tokugawa Ieyasu (1543-1616) first shogun of the Tokugawa shogunate which ruled Japan from 1600-1868 and is known as the Edo period

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: British battleship HMS King George V, Sydney, Australia, 1945

British battleship HMS King George V, Sydney, Australia, 1945. King George V after arriving from Tokyo where she had been present at the surrender of Japan

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Feudal Map of Japan in 1615, (1903). Creator: Unknown

Feudal Map of Japan in 1615, (1903). Creator: Unknown
Feudal Map of Japan in 1615, (1903). The feudal period of Japanese history was a time when powerful families (daimyo) and military warlords (shogun) ruled Japan

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Inhabitants of Ounalacheka with their canoes (Aleutian Islands), 19th century

Inhabitants of Ounalacheka with their canoes (Aleutian Islands), 19th century. One of 65 lithographs that were included in the volume of maps published after the round-the-world voyage of

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Feudal Map of Japan between 1564 -73, (1903). Creator: Unknown

Feudal Map of Japan between 1564 -73, (1903). Creator: Unknown
Feudal Map of Japan between 1564 -73, (1903). The feudal period of Japanese history was a time when powerful families (daimyo) and military warlords (shogun) ruled Japan

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Feudal Map of Japan before Sekigahara, 1903. Creator: Unknown

Feudal Map of Japan before Sekigahara, 1903. Creator: Unknown
Feudal Map of Japan before Sekigahara, 1903. The feudal period of Japanese history was a time when powerful families (daimyo) and military warlords (shogun) ruled Japan

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Map of the South Pacific Ocean

Map of the South Pacific Ocean. Map showing the Philippines, Indonesia, Papua New Guinea, Australia and New Zealand, and Pacific islands. Plate 102 from The Times Atlas

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: The Spanish iron-clad frigate Numancia in the harbour of Callao, 1865. Creator: Unknown

The Spanish iron-clad frigate Numancia in the harbour of Callao, 1865. Creator: Unknown
The Spanish iron-clad frigate Numancia in the harbour of Callao, 1865. Engraving of a drawing by Clement Penny of H.M.S. Leander

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: The Railway Station, Arica, Peru, 1865. Creator: Unknown

The Railway Station, Arica, Peru, 1865. Creator: Unknown
The Railway Station, Arica, Peru, 1865. View from a sketch by Mr. J. N. Dutton '...of H.M.S. Shearwater, when lying in that harbour of the Pacific coast

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: View of Arica, Peru, 1865. Creator: Unknown

View of Arica, Peru, 1865. Creator: Unknown
View of Arica, Peru, 1865. 'As the seaport town of Arica, near the southern extremity of Peru, was lately the head-quarters

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: The Great Britain among icebergs near Cape Horn, 1864. Creator: Unknown

The Great Britain among icebergs near Cape Horn, 1864. Creator: Unknown
The Great Britain among icebergs near Cape Horn, 1864. The screw-steamer Great Britain, which arrived at Liverpool...having made the passage from Melbourne in the short period of sixty-one days

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: General view of the Chincha Islands, lately seized by the Spaniards, 1864. Creator: Unknown

General view of the Chincha Islands, lately seized by the Spaniards, 1864. Creator: Unknown
General view of the Chincha Islands, lately seized by the Spaniards, 1864. Engraving from a sketch by Oswald Younghusband

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Vladivostok. Ussuri Bay, 1904-1917. Creator: Unknown

Vladivostok. Ussuri Bay, 1904-1917. Creator: Unknown
Vladivostok. Ussuri Bay, 1904-1917. National Library of Russia

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Vladivostok. Commercial marina, 1904. Creator: Unknown

Vladivostok. Commercial marina, 1904. Creator: Unknown
Vladivostok. Commercial marina, 1904. National Library of Russia

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Vladivostok. View from the sea, 1904. Creator: Unknown

Vladivostok. View from the sea, 1904. Creator: Unknown
Vladivostok. View from the sea, 1904. National Library of Russia

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Vladivostok, 1904. Creator: Unknown

Vladivostok, 1904. Creator: Unknown
Vladivostok, 1904. National Library of Russia

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Vladivostok, 1904. Creator: Unknown

Vladivostok, 1904. Creator: Unknown
Vladivostok, 1904. National Library of Russia

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Vladivostok, 1904. Creator: Unknown

Vladivostok, 1904. Creator: Unknown
Vladivostok, 1904. National Library of Russia

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Vladivostok, 1904. Creator: Unknown

Vladivostok, 1904. Creator: Unknown
Vladivostok, 1904. National Library of Russia

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Vladivostok. Monument to Admiral Nevelsky, 1904-1917. Creator: Unknown

Vladivostok. Monument to Admiral Nevelsky, 1904-1917. Creator: Unknown
Vladivostok. Monument to Admiral Nevelsky, 1904-1917. National Library of Russia

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Vladivostok, 1904-1909. Creator: Unknown

Vladivostok, 1904-1909. Creator: Unknown
Vladivostok, 1904-1909. National Library of Russia

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Vladivostok, 1904. Creator: Unknown

Vladivostok, 1904. Creator: Unknown
Vladivostok, 1904. National Library of Russia

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Vladivostok. Golden Horn, 1904. Creator: Unknown

Vladivostok. Golden Horn, 1904. Creator: Unknown
Vladivostok. Golden Horn, 1904. National Library of Russia

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: In the Vladivostok port, 1929. Creator: Unknown

In the Vladivostok port, 1929. Creator: Unknown
In the Vladivostok port, 1929. In the early part of the Stalin era, the Kremlin established a new administrative territory in the Soviet Far East--the Jewish Autonomous Region--to serve as a Jewish

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Sketches from H.M.S. Challenger, by Mr. J. J. Wild: the Challenger in Cumberland Bay, ...1876

Sketches from H.M.S. Challenger, by Mr. J. J. Wild: the Challenger in Cumberland Bay, ...1876. Creator: John Greenaway
Sketches from H.M.S. Challenger, by Mr. J. J. Wild: the Challenger in Cumberland Bay, Juan Fernandez, 1876....the Island of Juan Fernandez

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Blind Man and His Daughter, Vaiala, Samoa, 1890. Creator: John La Farge

Blind Man and His Daughter, Vaiala, Samoa, 1890. Creator: John La Farge
Blind Man and His Daughter, Vaiala, Samoa, 1890

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Northwest Coast, c.1927. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis

Northwest Coast, c.1927. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis
Northwest Coast, c.1927. Man standing next to shelter of Northwest Coast Indians. From The North American Indian by Edward S. Curtis

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Northwest Coast, c.1927. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis

Northwest Coast, c.1927. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis
Northwest Coast, c.1927. Indians in boat

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Northwest Coast, c.1927. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis

Northwest Coast, c.1927. Creator: Edward Sheriff Curtis
Northwest Coast, c.1927. Indians launching a boat

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Pitcairn's Island - sketched from H.M.S. 'Amphitheatre', 1856. Creator: Unknown

Pitcairn's Island - sketched from H.M.S. "Amphitheatre", 1856. Creator: Unknown
Pitcairn's Island - sketched from H.M.S. "Amphitheatre", 1856. Visit to an island in the Pacific Ocean inhabited by descendants of the Bounty mutineers

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Map of Central America shewing the Proposed Routes of Communication between the Atlantic & Pacific

Map of Central America shewing the Proposed Routes of Communication between the Atlantic & Pacific O Creator
Map of Central America shewing the Proposed Routes of Communication between the Atlantic & Pacific Oceans, 1856....and the Disputed Territories of British Honduras (Belize)

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Wreck of the Chilian Steamer 'Cazador', 1856. Creator: Smyth. Wreck of the Chilian Steamer

Wreck of the Chilian Steamer "Cazador", 1856. Creator: Smyth. Wreck of the Chilian Steamer
Wreck of the Chilian Steamer "Cazador", 1856. Disaster off the coast of Chile. The vessel left Talcahuano with a smooth sea

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Une vue des cotes coralliennes de l'Australie; Les Terres Du Pacifique, 1914. Creator: Unknown

Une vue des cotes coralliennes de l'Australie; Les Terres Du Pacifique, 1914. Creator: Unknown
Une vue des cotes coralliennes de l'Australie; Les Terres Du Pacifique, 1914. From "Grande Geographie Bong Illustree", 1914

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: View of the Fort of Acapulco, Mexico, 1854. Creator: Unknown

View of the Fort of Acapulco, Mexico, 1854. Creator: Unknown
View of the Fort of Acapulco, Mexico, 1854. From "Cassells Illustrated Family Paper; London Weekly 31/12/1853 - 30/12/1854"

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: The Opening of the New Route to India by the Canadian Pacific Railway, 1891. Creator: Unknown

The Opening of the New Route to India by the Canadian Pacific Railway, 1891. Creator: Unknown
The Opening of the New Route to India by the Canadian Pacific Railway; showing the "Empress of India" passing through "Lions Gate, " Vancouver, 1891, 1891. From "The Graphic

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Valparaiso, Chile, from the Hills South-East of the City, 1891. Creator: Unknown

Valparaiso, Chile, from the Hills South-East of the City, 1891. Creator: Unknown
Valparaiso, Chile, from the Hills South-East of the City, 1891. From "The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper", Volume 44. July to December, 1891

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Naval Attack on the Russian Fort of Petropaulovski, 1854. Creator: Unknown

Naval Attack on the Russian Fort of Petropaulovski, 1854. Creator: Unknown
Naval Attack on the Russian Fort of Petropaulovski, [Kamchatka], 1854. Crimean War. French and English warships: L'Obligator; Virago; Eurydice

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: San Francisco - General View, 1850. Creator: Unknown

San Francisco - General View, 1850. Creator: Unknown
San Francisco - General View, 1850. Engraving from a Daguerreotype, showing...the Bay of San Francisco [which is] is of difficult navigation, on account of the winds, and fogs and adverse currents

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: San Francisco, from the south-west, 1850. Creator: Unknown

San Francisco, from the south-west, 1850. Creator: Unknown
San Francisco, from the south-west, 1850. Growth of the town of San Francisco, USA, during the Gold Rush: We have taken a room here...for which we pay fifty dollars a month (£10)

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Tigre Island, 1850. Creator: Unknown

Tigre Island, 1850. Creator: Unknown
Tigre Island, [now in Honduras], 1850. From "Illustrated London News", 1850. Sketch by "a Traveller in Central America"...of...the interior of the island

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: The Northernmost Chincha (Guano) Island, 1850. Creator: Unknown

The Northernmost Chincha (Guano) Island, 1850. Creator: Unknown
The Northernmost Chincha (Guano) Island, [Peru], 1850. Sketch by "a Traveller in Central America". In 1840 attention was first drawn to guano for the purposes of agriculture in Europe

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Near Half Moon Bay, California coast, 1938. Creator: Dorothea Lange

Near Half Moon Bay, California coast, 1938. Creator: Dorothea Lange
Near Half Moon Bay, California coast. Artichokes are grown along here

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Artichokes are grown along here, near Half Moon Bay, California coast, 1938. Creator: Dorothea Lange

Artichokes are grown along here, near Half Moon Bay, California coast, 1938. Creator: Dorothea Lange
Near Half Moon Bay, California coast. Artichokes are grown along here

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Artichoke farms reach to the water's edge, near Half Moon Bay, California coast, 1938

Artichoke farms reach to the water's edge, near Half Moon Bay, California coast, 1938. Creator: Dorothea Lange
Near Half Moon Bay, California coast. Artichoke farms reach to the water's edge

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Near Half Moon Bay, California coast, 1938. Creator: Dorothea Lange

Near Half Moon Bay, California coast, 1938. Creator: Dorothea Lange
Near Half Moon Bay, California coast. Artichoke farms reach to the water's edge

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Artichoke ranch, near Half Moon Bay, California, November 14, 1938. Creator: Dorothea Lange

Artichoke ranch, near Half Moon Bay, California, November 14, 1938. Creator: Dorothea Lange
November 14, 1938. Near Half Moon Bay, California. Artichoke ranch

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Feudal Map of Japan between 1573 -83, (1903). Creator: Unknown

Feudal Map of Japan between 1573 -83, (1903). Creator: Unknown
Feudal Map of Japan between 1573 -83, (1903). The feudal period of Japanese history was a time when powerful families (daimyo) and military warlords (shogun) ruled Japan

Background imagePacific Ocean Collection: Political map of the Japanese Empire, early 20th century

Political map of the Japanese Empire, early 20th century. Korea was under Japanese rule from 1910-1945. Japanese forces invaded and occupied Sakhalin during the Russo-Japanese War in 1905



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