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Arctic expedition, 1875-6
Great Britain. Parliament.
|Other titles||Journals and proceedings of the Arctic expedition, 1875-6, under the command of Captain Sir George S. Nares, R.N., K.C.B., [in continuation of Parliamentary papers C 1153 of 1875, and C 1560 of 1876]|
|Series||CIHM/ICMH Digital series = CIHM/ICMH collection numérisée -- no. 9_01409, Command papers / Great Britain. Parliament -- C. 1636.|
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This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. The Great Frozen Sea; A Personal Narrative of the Voyage of the 'Alert' During the Arctic Expedition of By: Markham, Albert Hastings. Price: $ Quantity: 1 available. Book Condition: Very Good.
Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Pagination: v. 1: xl, p.,  leaves of plates (1 folded); v. 2: viii, p.,  leaves of plates (1 folded) Six plates consist of 6 . British Arctic Expedition, Matthew R. MILLER (engineer on the Discovery).Autograph manuscript journal signed, 15 April - 30 November , a number of passages scratched out or cut out, apparently by the author, the volumes including a fold-out table of 'The extreme temperatures also the weekly means of the maxima and minima temperatures', a photograph .
This book reproduces the text of the original edition. The content and language reflect the beliefs, practices and terminology of their time, and have not been updated. Cambridge University Press wishes to make clear that the book, unless originally published by Cambridge, is not being republished by, in association or collaboration with, or. BRITISH ARCTIC EXPEDITION Illustrated autograph journal kept by Capt. Albert Hastings Markham. was a moving force behind the expedition (travelling with it as far as with a printing-press, and an officer and seaman had been instructed in its use' (p. ). The book reproduces examples in Chapters XIV (ʻThe Royal Arctic.
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Arctic Expedition, journals and proceedings of the Arctic Expedition,under the command of Captain Sir George S. Nares, R.N., K.C.B.: (in continuation of parliamentary papers C ofand C of ).
Nares, George S. The British Arctic Expedition of –, led by Sir George Strong Nares, was sent by the British Admiralty to attempt to reach the North Pole via Smith ships, HMS Alert and HMS Discovery—captained by Henry Frederick Stephenson—sailed from Portsmouth on 29 May Although the expedition failed to reach the North Pole, the coasts of Greenland and Ellesmere Island.
Published inthis is the first of several editions of Markham's fascinating first-hand account of the British Arctic expedition of It describes the first passage through Nares Strait, named after the expedition's leader George Nares, and the intrepid dog-sled journey,led by Markham, that took the party further north than any 5/5(1).
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[Great Britain. Parliament.]. The great frozen sea: a personal narrative of the voyage of the "Alert" during the Arctic expedition The British Arctic Expedition of –6 was the first major British naval expedition to the high Arctic where science was almost as important as geographical exploration.
There were hopes that the expedition might find the hypothetical open polar sea and with it the longed-for Northwest Passage, and it did reach the highest northern latitude.
Sir George Nares took command of the British Arctic expedition of that hoped to reach the North Pole. Nares' popular two-volume account of the journey was published in Volume 1 describes the journey north, and covers the discovery of the channel later called Nares Strait, and the remarkable dog-sled expedition of second-in-command, Albert Markham, that set a new record for the.
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Trilobites collected by H.W. Feilden (except where stated otherwise) on the Nares Arctic Expedition, up the Nares Strait between Ellesmere Island and Greenland, and donated to the Natural History Museum by the Lords of the Treasury in The registration numbers are all Author: Diana Clements, Richard A.
Fortey. - The great frozen sea: a personal narrative of the voyage of the "Alert" during the Arctic expedition ofby Albert Hastings Markham. ondon: Daldy, Isbister, After a varied early career and the successful Challenger scientific expedition in the Atlantic, he took command of the British Arctic expedition of –6.
The expedition's attempt, led by second-in-command, Albert Markham, to reach the North Pole by dog-sled set a new record for farthest distance north achieved. This book, the second of Author: George Nares, H.
Feilden. A Narrative of the Arctic Expedition of London: Marcus Ward, Although his preface disclaims a narrative intent for the book and places his emphasis on pictorial efforts, the book still provides a substantial and engaging account of the Nares .Results derived from the Arctic Expedition, I.
Physical observations by George Nares and [H.W.] Feilden II. Medical report on the Eskimo dog disease, by B. Ninnis by Great Britain. Arctic Expedition ; Great Britain. Arctic Expedition ; London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.British Arctic Expedition Browse all items ( available); Gallery showing all items; How to order copies of these images for: commercial use or private use.
When the two vessels and officers and men of the Franklin Expedition disappeared without trace in whilst searching for the north-west passage, official Arctic exploration was virtually shelved by the British government.