|Statement||by Elisha Kent Kane ; illustrated by upwards of three hundred engravings, from sketches by the author, the steel plates executed under the superintendence of J.M. Butler, the wood engravings by Van Ingen & Snyder.|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Microfiche series -- no. 35373|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||6 microfiches (273 fr.)|
|Number of Pages||273|
Arctic Explorations book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. ARCTIC EXPLORATIONS: THE SECOND GRINNELL EXPEDITION IN SEARCH OF SIR J /5. of over 2, results for Books: "arctic exploration books" Skip to main search results Amazon Prime. Eligible for Free Shipping. A History of Arctic Exploration: Discovery, Adventure and Endurance at the Top of the World. by Juha Nurminen and Matti Lainema | Feb 2, Online shopping for Antarctica & Arctic History Books in the Books Store. Online shopping for Antarctica & Arctic History Books in the Books Store. Skip to main content The Greatest Survival Story in the History of Exploration Mar 3, by David Roberts. Paperback. $ $ 29 $ FREE Shipping on eligible orders. More Buying. Aug 12, · Capturing a crucial moment in the history of exploration—the mid-nineteenth century romance with the Arctic—Andrea Barrett’s compelling novel tells the story of a fateful expedition. Through the eyes of the ship’s scholar-naturalist, Erasmus Darwin Wells, we encounter the Narwhal ‘s crew, its commander, and the far-north culture of the Esquimaux.
Your first book is The First Crossing of Greenland, by Nobel Peace Prize winner Fridtjof Nansen.. The reason I chose this book is that it was the beginning of modern polar exploration. Nansen devised a technique using skis, and – by devising specialised equipment – particularly the broad-runnered sledge. Chet Ross Rare Books specializes in first person narratives and scientific research related to exploration of the Polar Regions. Arctic First person narratives and ephemera related to expeditions into the Arctic and sub-Arctic regions. This list of Arctic expeditions is a timeline of historic Arctic exploration and explorers of the Arctic 15th century. Didrik Pining and Hans Pothorst mark the first of the cartographic expeditions to Greenland Arctic Mission of two 15m sailboats led by Pen Hadow made it to 80° 10' N, sailing from and returning to Nome, Alaska. Feb 27, · The period of Arctic exploration covers almost years, starting with the Greek, Pytheas of Massalia (Marseilles) in B.C. who made a voyage to a land north of Britain that he called 'Thule.' Unfortunately, his writings have been lost and there is much speculation as to whether Pytheas voyaged to Iceland, the Shetlands, or possibly northern Norway/5(8).
Want an Arctic Book or Antarctic Book? You are in the right place. We have rare antiquarian and secondhand books, scientific papers, reports, photographs, maps and ephemera on Antarctica, the Arctic, the Polar regions including Greenland and Iceland as well as on exploration. Arctic Explorations By Elisha Kent Kane. Elisha Kent Kane (February 28, - February 16, ) was an American explorer, and a medical officer in the United States Navy during the first half of the 19th century. He was a member of two Arctic expeditions to rescue the explorer Sir John Author: Elisha Kent Kane. Arctic exploration is the physical exploration of the Arctic region of the Earth. It refers to the historical period during which mankind has explored the region north of the Arctic Circle. Historical records suggest that humankind have explored the northern extremes since BC, when the ancient Greek sailor Pytheas reached a frozen sea while attempting to find a source of the metal tin. Dangerous . This book is about courage, misery, starvation, heroism, exploration, discovery, and friendship. It vividly illustrates the demands of science and the rigours of travel. It is a record of the coldest darkest days that can be found on our planet.