Jago River
90 miles (145 km) long, the Jago gets its name from a Lt. Jago who sailed on the ship HMS Enterprise captained by Richard Collinson of the Royal Navy. Collinson's voyage between 1850 and 1855 was one of the last to be made in search of the lost expedition of Sir John Franklin, who set out in the vessels Erebus and Terror looking for the Northwest Passage in 1845 and was never again heard from.
 

Subhankar Banerjee, "Snow Geese over the Jago River Coastal Plain" Subhankar Banerjee, "Jago River and Romanzof Mountains" James Behlke, "Jago River" James Behlke, "Jago Valley"

Subhankar Banerjee
Snow Geese over the Jago River Coastal Plain
2002

Subhankar Banerjee
Jago River and Romanzof Mountains
2002

James Behlke
Jago River
Acrylic on canvas
James Behlke
Jago Valley
Watercolor
James Behlke, "Stream & Jago River" Bill Brody, "Falcon Valley" Bill Brody, "Hillside"  
James Behlke
Stream & Jago River
Watercolor
Bill Brody
Falcon Valley
Oil on canvas
72 x 44 in
July, 1995
Bill Brody
Hillside
Woodcut on acrylic on fabric
60 x 30 in
July, 1995