Watercolour, unsigned, by Frederick William Beechey.
Original of engraving by W. Westall of The crews of H.M.S. Hecla and griper cutting into Winter harbour. Sep. 26th 1819 used in parry's book. Reproduced in W.E.Parry: 'Journal of a voyage for the discovery of a north-West Passage 1819-20' London, 1821 facing p.97"
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Melville Island, Inuvik, Unorganized, Northwest Territories, Canada
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British explorer, Sir William Parry, in 1819 was forced to spend the winter at what is now called "Winter Harbour,"Melville Island, until 1 August 1820, owing to freeze-up of the sea(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melville_Island_(Northwest_Territories_and_Nunavut)