Lady Parry Island

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Lady Parry Island
Geography
Location Gulf of Boothia
Coordinates 70°11′N 090°45′W / 70.183°N 90.750°W / 70.183; -90.750 (Lady Parry Island)Coordinates: 70°11′N 090°45′W / 70.183°N 90.750°W / 70.183; -90.750 (Lady Parry Island)
Archipelago Canadian Arctic Archipelago
Country
Territory  Nunavut
Region Kitikmeot
Demographics
Population Uninhabited

Lady Parry Island is an uninhabited island in Nunavut, Canada. It is located within the Kitikmeot Region's side of the Gulf of Boothia. It is east of the mainland's Boothia Peninsula, northwest of Hecla and Fury Islands.

It is named after Isabella Louisa Stanley, of Alderly, wife of Arctic explorer, Sir William Edward Parry.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Stuart, L.; Home, J.A. (1903). Letters of Lady Louisa Stuart to Miss Louisa Clinton: 2d Series. Edinburgh: D. Douglas. p. 33. OCLC 507768.