Jacquinot, Mount (The name as it would appear in a gazetteer)
Mount Jacquinot (The name as it would appear on a map)
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Feature type: Mountain
This name originates from United Kingdom. It is part of the Gazetteer of the British Antarctic Territory and the SCAR Composite Gazetteer of Antarctica.
Names that other countries have for this feature:
rising to 475m S of Cape Legoupil, Trinity Peninsula, was very roughly mapped by Bransfield in February-February 1820 (Bransfield, chart, [1820b]); further mapped by FAE, 1837-40, on 27 January 1838 and named Mont Jacquinot after Lieut. de Vaisseau Charles-Hector Jacquinot (b.1796), of the French Navy, commanding the FAE ship Zélée (Zélée Rocks, q.v.) (d'Urville, 1838, map following p.1170; 1842, p.150). Mount Jacq. (BA chart 1238, 7.ix.1839). Mount Jacqueminot [sic] (BA chart 1238, 7.ix.1844). Monte Jacquinot (Spain. DH chart 458, 1861; Pierrou, 1970, p. 445; Chile. IHA, 1974, p.163). Jacquinot Berg (Friederichsen, 1895, Tafel 7 facing p.304). Mount Jacquinot (BA chart 3205, 1.vi.1901; 2.ix.1938; APC, 1955, p.12; BAS 250 sheet SP 21-22/13, 1-DOS 1974). Cerro Jacquinot (Riso Patron S., 1908, p.13). Jacquinot Fj. (HA chart, 1928). The feature was surveyed by FIDS from "Hope Bay" in 1946. Nevado General H. Carmona Vial or Nevado Mitty (Rosa Mackmann [sic] de González Videla) or Nevado Mitty (Senora Rosa Marckmann de González Videla) (Chile. IGM, 1948a, sketch panoramas following p.56; photograph p.85). Cerro Mity (Chile. DNH chart 503, 1951). The feature was photographed from the air by FIDASE, 1956-57, and further surveyed from the ground by FIDS from "Hope Bay", 1959-60. "Refugio Infantería Argentina", referring to Argentina refuge to S of the mountain (Argentina. MD, 1978, letter I).
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