Cape Stallworthy (originally Svartevaeg) is a peninsula in Qikiqtaaluk Region, Nunavut, Canada. It is located at the northern point of Axel Heiberg Island. Frederick Cook began his 1908 North Pole journey from the cape. The cape is sometimes confused with Cape Thomas Hubbard on the opposite side of Eetookashoo Bay. Originally named Svartevaeg ("black wall") by Harald Sverdrup, it was later renamed in honor of Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer Harry Stallworthy, an Arctic explorer.
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