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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. 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).
Get this from a library. Arctic expedition. Journals and proceedings: of the Arctic expedition [George S Nares; Great Britain. Admiralty.]. 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.
Start your review of The Great Frozen Sea: A Personal Narrative of the Voyage of the Alert During the Arctic Expedition of 6 Write a review Laura marked it as to-read4/5. Excerpt from The Great Frozen Sea: A Personal Narrative of the Voyage, of the "Alert," During the Arctic Expedition of The History of the Arctic Expedition ofand the record of its results, will be found in the work of Sir George Nares.
My object in publishing the present volume is to furnish a popular narrative of memorable 5/5(1). – East Greenland expedition, also known as the Pan Am expedition, a four-man expedition to continue the work of the British Arctic Air Route Expedition Russian steamship SS Chelyuskin managed to get through most of the Northern Route before it was caught in the ice in September.
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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.
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Fortey. 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. Item # Sir Albert Hastings Markham (), naval officer for 50 years and an Arctic explorer.
He gained Arctic experience as a second mate on a whaler while on leave from the Navy. He was appointed to command the H.M.S. Alert on the British Arctic Expedition under the Book Edition: First Edition. 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.
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. The expedition had reached a farthest north, a considerable portion of the north Greenland coast had been mapped and some significant scientific data had been gathered.
Despite this, the expedition would mark the end of the Admiralty's interest in Arctic exploration' (British Arctic Expedition ).
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. 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.
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. 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 ]: London: Harrison & Sons, . Shores of the Polar Sea: A Narrative of the Arctic Expedition ofby Edward L.
Moss (Gutenberg ebook) L'expédition de la Jeannette au pôle Nord, racontée par tous les membres de l'expédition - volume 2: ouvrage composé des documents reçus par le 'New-York Herald' de à (in French), ed. by Jules Geslin (Gutenberg ebook).
Arctic Expedition, Reports of Proceedings of Captain Stephenson (When Detached) / Stephenson, Henry Frederick. Dr Moss’s book recounting the expedition can be found online, as can that by Captain Nares. The book ‘Resurrecting Dr Moss’ by Paul Appleton is a recent biography of the donor.
References. Moss, E.L. Shores of the Polar Sea. A Narrative of the Arctic Expedition of London: Marcus Ward & Co. Belfast: Ulster Royal Works.
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British Arctic Expedition, Matthew R. MILLER (engineer on the Discovery).Autograph manuscript journal signed, 15 April - 30 Novembera 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.
Arctic Expedition, –6. Journals and proceedings of the Arctic expedition –6, under the command of Captain Sir George S. Nares. Presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of Her Majesty.
London: Harrison & Sons (Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons. Sessional papers. Accounts and papers C).Cited by: 6. Journals and Proceedings of the Arctic Expedition, Report on the Proceedings of the United States Expedition to Lady Franklin Bay, Grinnell Land, Adolphus Greely.
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Written by expedition commander George Nares, this two-volume journal recounts the –6 British Arctic expedition's attempt to reach the North Pole. Volume 2 describes the perilous return journey. It includes extensive appendices, giving details of the expedition's scientific discoveries, and features a cumulative index.5/5(1).
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An active and influential member of the Hakluyt Society and Royal Geographical Society, Markham was instrumental in gathering support for this Arctic expedition. He gives a clear account of the funding, planning and aims, the execution of Author: Sir Clements Robert Markham. Hall's work in Ellesmere Island was followed by the British Arctic Expedition of under George Nares.
In the vessel Alert he rounded the north tip of Ellesmere Island, halting at Floeberg Beach (° N) as the sea began to : $ Preliminary notes on new fishes collected in Japan during the expedition of H.
'Challenger.' Vol Page LVII.—Report on the Echinodermata collected during the Arctic Expedition, –6. This is a study of the nature and role of science in the exploration of the Canadian Arctic.
It covers the century that began with the British Royal Naval expeditions of and ends with the Canadian Arctic Expedition of Professor Levere focuses on the imperialistic dimensions and Price: $ Notable materials include one of twelve extant sets of photographs taken during the Nares Expedition (), the records of both the Arctic Club of America and the Peary Arctic Club, African dispatches from Henry Morton Stanley, and more than lantern slides.
I have the distinct privilege of preserving and sharing these Collections. The items in this case indicate some of the ways that general and scholarly audiences learned about the Arctic and Antarctic. The photographs produced during the Challenger voyage appear in the fifty-volume report of the expedition’s findings as collotypes, a variety of photomechanical print well suited to the printing press, alongside more economical wood engravings and colorful.
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