Dixon Entrance

DIXON ENTRANCE is the broad (65 km wide) passage north of the QUEEN CHARLOTTE ISLANDS leading from the open Pacific into HECATE STRAIT and the INSIDE PASSAGE. It was named for Capt George DIXON, one of James COOK's crew and the first European to trade with the HAIDA during a visit to the Charlottes in 1787.

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