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narrative of Arctic discovery from the earliest period to the present time
John J. Shillinglaw
RBSC copy: With the crest and motto bookplate of John Barrow [Franks 1634]. Bound by W.H. Dalton (signed with inked pallet).
|Contributions||Barrow, John (bookplate), Dalton, W. H. (binder)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 348 p. port., map.|
|Number of Pages||348|
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A narrative of Arctic discovery, from the earliest period to the present time: with the details of the measures adopted by Her Majesty's government for the relief of the expedition under Sir John Franklin.
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Shillinglaw Published by William Shoberl, This edition has been rebound and does not come with the original two maps. To the Arctic contributes valuable information to this debate in its lively narrative of Arctic exploration from the time of the ancient Greeks to the mids.
Revealing stories of the many men who attempted to map the lands or search for means to live there, Mirsky describes the weather and resources they encountered, the temptations and Cited by: 3.
A narrative of Arctic discovery, from the earliest period to the present time with the details of the measures adopted by Her Majesty's government for the relief of the expedition under Sir John Franklin: Shillinglaw, John J.
Narrative of Discovery and Adventure in the Polar Seas and Regions, with Illustrations of Their Climate, Geology, and Natural History; And an book. Read 4/5. In this study, I have chosen to focus specifically on the Arctic as a sub-genre of nineteenth-century travel literature for primarily two reasons: 1) British Arctic expeditions were especially frequent in the time period, and as author Robert G.
David puts it “for most of the [nineteenth] century the Arctic was part of the collective imagination. Voyages of Discovery and Research Within the Arctic Regions, from the Year L8l8 to the Present Time: Under the Command of the Several Naval Officers Employed by Sea and Land in Search of a North-west Passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific; with Two Attempts to Reach the North Pole.
Abridged and Arranged from the Official Narratives, with Occasional Remarks. "Who Reached the North Pole First?" A recent article in the New York Times (Febru ) presented new evidence from the journals of Admiral Robert E.
Peary and Dr. Frederick A. Cook that sheds light on this long-argued debate. Questioning whether the journal entries are truthful, new theories indicate that neither explorer was first, despite their individual claims/5. Narrative of the Arctic Land Expedition to the Mouth of the Great Fish River and Along the Shores of the Arctic Ocean in the Years, London: John Murray, Thick octavo, period-style half brown calf gilt, original cloth spine label retained, marbled boards.
$ Number Year Author Title 1 Sir John Leslie and Hugh Murray: Discovery and Adventure in the Polar Seas and Regions: 2 Murray, Robert Jameson and James Wilson Narrative of Discovery and Adventure in Africa, from the Earliest Ages to the Present Time: with illustrations of the geology, mineralogy, and zoology.
Download book Download PDF Download All Download JPEG Download Text The romance of polar exploration ; interesting descriptions of Arctic and Antarctic adventure from the earliest time to the voyage of the "Discovery,".
It was the search for Franklin – and the Northwest Passage – that brought the US to the Arctic for the first time. The ensuing rush for whale oil off the Alaskan coast resulted in the purchase of Alaska from the Russians in for $ million. Its indigenous population was.
ARCTIC VOL. 47, NO. 1 (MARCH ) P. From Exploration to Publication: The Evolution of a 19th-Century Arctic Narrative I.S. MacLAREN’ (Received 8 March ; accepted in revised form 10 June ) ABSTRACT.Filed under: Mohawk Indians -- Social life and customs An Account of the Remarkable Occurrences in the Life and Travels of Col.
James Smith, During His Captivity With the Indians, in the Years'56, '57, '58 and '59 (Cincinnati: R. Clarke, ), by James Smith (multiple formats at ).Narrating the Arctic: A Cultural History of Nordic Scientific Practices Michael Bravo, Sverker Sörlin Science History Publications, - History - pages.