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The harbour is well sheltered and can accommodate ships of 20 feet draught.
- Issenman, Betty. Sinews of Survival: The living legacy of Inuit clothing. UBC Press, 1997. pp252-254
- The DEW LINE Sites in Canada, Alaska & Greenland
- Canada. Dept. of the Interior. Northwest Territories and Yukon Branch, Lachan Taylor Burwash (1931). Canada's western Arctic: Report on investigations in 1925-26, 1928-29, and 1930 (Digitized May 30, 2007 ed.). F.A. Acland. p. 13.
- Layberry, Ross A.; Peter W. Hall; J. Donald Lafontaine (1998). The butterflies of Canada. Reference, Information and Interdisciplinary Subjects Series. University of Toronto Press. p. 108. ISBN 0-8020-7881-8.
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