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Title:   Into the Frozen South
Author:   Marr, 1902; Shaw, Frank H., Frank Hubert, B. 1878
Publisher:   London; Cassell
Language:   English
Date:   1923
Subjects:   Shackleton, Ernest Henry, Sir, 1874-1922, Quest (Ship), Antarctica
Collections:   Canadian Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000883514
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...Wind 16. South Georgia Again 17. A Spell on Tristan da Cunha 18. Among the Islands . 19. AsAiL FOR Home Index I 6 z8 33 44 55 71 93 102 106 117 131 14... ...eam grew into reality. Together with Scout Norman E. Mooney, of the Orkney Islands, I was selected as one of the crew of that famous Quest which, driv... ...s, and to explore not only those icy wastes, but also certain little-known islands in the sub-Antarctic seas. Imagine how my heart leaped when the new... ... at sea. Consequently we «7 Into the Frozen South were supplied with meat sandwiches on deck, which we ate as best we could, and counted ourselves lu... ... this honour had been bestowed on all Scoutdom, and I was glad. Cape Verde Islands greeted my sight this morning, looming dimly into view. By noon we ... ...round Green, whom nothing could daunt on shipboard, served out substantial sandwiches to the satisfaction of all hands, and these we ate whilst collec... ... man who called himself the engineer. Fortified by strong coffee and noble sandwiches, we set off in good spirits, despite the considerable breeze tha... ...ry 20 we reached the island of Zavodovski, the most northerly of the South Sandwich group. Just before sighting this outlier we saw several big bergs ... ...inistration of, loi typical weather of, 102, 106, 109, 184, 188, 193 South Sandwich Islands, 118 et seq. Southern Isles, 190 Spanish bull-fights, 37 S...
 
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Title:   Into the Frozen South
Author:   Marr, J. W. S; Shaw, Frank H., 1878
Publisher:   New York; Funk & Wagnalls Co., Publishers
Language:   English
Date:   1900
Subjects:   Shackleton, Ernest Henry, Sir, 1874-1922, Quest. (Ship), Antarctica
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000879402
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... GEORGIA AGAIN 186 17. A SPELL ON TRISTAN DA CUNHA . . . 198 18. AMONG THE ISLANDS 213 19. ASAIL FOR HOME 224 INDEX 241 LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS Raising... ...eam grew into reality. Together with Scout Norman E. Mooney, of the Orkney Islands, I was selected as one of the crew of that famous Quest which, driv... ...s, and to explore not only those icy wastes, but also certain little-known islands in the sub-Antarctic seas. Imagine how my heart leaped when the new... ... at sea. Consequently we 27 Into the Frozen South were supplied with meat sandwiches on deck, which we ate as best we could, and counted ourselves lu... ... this honour had been bestowed on all Scoutdom, and I was glad. Cape Verde Islands greeted my sight this morning, looming dimly into view. By noon we ... ...ound Green, whom nothing could daunt on shipboa-rd, served out substantial sandwiches to the satisfaction of all hands, and these we ate whilst collec... ... man who called himself the engineer. Fortified by strong coffee and noble sandwiches, we set off in good spirits, despite the considerable breeze tha... ...ry 20 we reached the island of Zavodovski, the most northerly of the South Sandwich group. Just before sighting this outlier we saw several big bergs ... ...inistration of, 101 typical weather of, 102, 106, 109, 184, 188, 193 South Sandwich Islands, 118 et seq. Southern Isles, 190 Spanish bull-fights, 37 S...
 
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Title:   Report of the Scientific Results of the Voyage of S. Y. Scotia during the Years 1902, 1903, And 1904, Under the Leadership of William S. Bruce : Volume 3
Author:   Scottish National Antarctic Expedition, 1902-1904; Bruce, William S. (William Speirs), 1867-1921
Publisher:   Edinburgh; The Scottish Oceanographical Laboratory
Volume:  Vol. 3
Language:   English
Date:   1907
Subjects:   Scotia (Ship), Antarctica, History
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001207630
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...cottish National Antarctic Expedition deal principally with the South Orkney Islands and with l>ifgo Alvarez orGougli Island. From neither of these is... ...ed waters, not to speak of the collections made from Madeira to the Falkland Islands, and from Cape Town to the Azores. The Report on the Phytoplankto... ...asionally reach Graham Land and the adjacent South Shetland and South Orkney Islands is more than probable, considering the prevalence of winds from t... ...le, though far less likely, that wind-carried seeds from Kerguelen and Heard Islands occasionally alight on parts of the coasts of Wilkes Land. Most i... ..., but South Georgia is sub-antarctic, and so in all probability is the South Sandwich group. The flora of the Antarctic regions as thus defined contai... ...helm Land from Kerguelen and Heard Island, while South Georgia and the South Sandwich group may I Hi: I'Kor.l I M- OK ANTARCTIC PLANT LIKE. 15 have c... ...lands includes the following : Fuegia, the Falk- lands, South Georgia, South Sandwich group, Tristan da Cunha with Gough Island, 1'ioiivct Island, Pri... ...me South Atlantic, which were discovered and named by Cook in 1775 the South Sandwich group, are probably the most neglected spot in all sub-antarctic... ... xxi. p. 430 et seq. 1 An account of some zoological collections made at the Sandwich group by Captain Larsen and Dr F. Lahille of Buenos Aires has re...
 
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Title:   Narrative of the United States exploring expedition, during the years 1838, 1839, 1840, 1841, 1842; Volume: 3
Author:   Wilkes, Charles, 1798-1877
Publisher:   Philadelphia; Lea and Blanchard
Volume:  Volume: 3
Language:   English
Date:   1845
Subjects:   United States Exploring Expedition (1838-1842), Antarctica, South America -- Description and travel
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Book Id:   WPLBN0002196002
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...MAHAA SPORT OF RAT- CATCHING-FEEJEE WARRIOR COUNCIL OF WAR-POPULATION OF THE ISLANDS- MISSIONARY OPERATIONS FEATS OF THE TONGESE IN SWIMMING GEOLOGICA... ...E THE PORPOISE DETACHED TO OVOLAU-VATULELE-KANTAVU-ONO-PASSED MIDSHIP- MEN'S ISLANDS-ASTROLABE REEF-ARRIVAL OF THE FLYING-FISH AT OVOLAU - I.EVDKA DEP... ... AT HONOLULU SEPARATE OPERATIONS OF THE TENDER KIE FRIENDLY RECEPTION AT THE SANDWICH ISLANDS-PLANS FOR THE FUTURE OPERATIONS OF THE SQUADRON RESHIPME... ...ULU SEPARATE OPERATIONS OF THE TENDER KIE FRIENDLY RECEPTION AT THE SANDWICH ISLANDS-PLANS FOR THE FUTURE OPERATIONS OF THE SQUADRON RESHIPMENT OF THE... ...AHAA SPORT OF RAT-CATCH- ING FEEJEE WARRIOR COUNCIL OF WAR POPULATION OF THE ISLANDS MIS- SIONARY OPERATIONS FEATS OF THE TONGESE IN SWIMMING GEOLOGIC... ...ome medicine. In this house eight of the men were employed, of whom two were Sandwich Islanders. The captain was preparing to go ashore with the medic... ...request the king made to Captain Hudson was, that hisown barber, Oahu Sam (a Sandwich Islander), might accompany Vendovi. This was readily assented to... ... side of Oneata is a mass of lava, somewhat resem- bling the clinkers of the Sandwich Islands, to be spoken of hereafter. This rock is comparatively r... ...ame of a new launch o.f the iron-wood (Casuarina) ; but subsequently, at the Sandwich Islands, we found that it was ill-adapted for that purpose, and ...
 
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Title:   Narrative of the United States Exploring Expedition, During the Years 1838, 1839, 1840, 1841, 1842 : Volume 3
Author:   Wilkes, Charles, 1798-1877
Publisher:   Philadelphia; Lea and Blanchard
Volume:  Vol. 3
Language:   English
Date:   1845
Subjects:   United States Exploring Expedition (1838-1842), Antarctica, Hawaii -- Description and travel
Collections:   Canadian Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001042896
Format Type:   PDF (eBook)
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...MAHAA SPORT OF RAT- CATCHING-FEEJEE WARRIOR COUNCIL OF WAR-POPULATION OF THE ISLANDS- MISSIONARY OPERATIONS FEATS OF THE TONGESE IN SWIMMING GEOLOGICA... ...E THE PORPOISE DETACHED TO OVOLAU-VATULELE-KANTAVU-ONO-PASSED MIDSHIP- MEN'S ISLANDS-ASTROLABE REEF-ARRIVAL OF THE FLYING-FISH AT OVOLAU - I.EVDKA DEP... ... AT HONOLULU SEPARATE OPERATIONS OF THE TENDER KIE FRIENDLY RECEPTION AT THE SANDWICH ISLANDS-PLANS FOR THE FUTURE OPERATIONS OF THE SQUADRON RESHIPME... ...ULU SEPARATE OPERATIONS OF THE TENDER KIE FRIENDLY RECEPTION AT THE SANDWICH ISLANDS-PLANS FOR THE FUTURE OPERATIONS OF THE SQUADRON RESHIPMENT OF THE... ...AHAA SPORT OF RAT-CATCH- ING FEEJEE WARRIOR COUNCIL OF WAR POPULATION OF THE ISLANDS MIS- SIONARY OPERATIONS FEATS OF THE TONGESE IN SWIMMING GEOLOGIC... ...ome medicine. In this house eight of the men were employed, of whom two were Sandwich Islanders. The captain was preparing to go ashore with the medic... ...request the king made to Captain Hudson was, that hisown barber, Oahu Sam (a Sandwich Islander), might accompany Vendovi. This was readily assented to... ... side of Oneata is a mass of lava, somewhat resem- bling the clinkers of the Sandwich Islands, to be spoken of hereafter. This rock is comparatively r... ...ame of a new launch o.f the iron-wood (Casuarina) ; but subsequently, at the Sandwich Islands, we found that it was ill-adapted for that purpose, and ...
 
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Title:   Narrative of the United States exploring expedition, during the years 1838, 1839, 1840, 1841, 1842; Volume: 4
Author:   Wilkes, Charles, 1798-1877
Publisher:   Philadelphia; Lea and Blanchard
Volume:  Volume: 4
Language:   English
Date:   1845
Subjects:   United States Exploring Expedition (1838-1842), Antarctica, South America -- Description and travel
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Book Id:   WPLBN0002196003
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...EW WITH THE NATIVES- RETURN TO ARATICA RESULTS OF THE BORING THEORY OF CORAL ISLANDS TIDAL OBSERVATIONS INHABITANTS OF ARATICA CANOE SPOKEN ARRIVAL AT... ... DEPARTURE FROM OAHU SICKNESS OF THE CREW OF THE PORPOISE-SEARCH FOR UNKNOWN ISLANDS-CAPE DISAPPOINTMENT BAR OF THE COLUMBIA RIVER DE- TERMINATION TO ... ...APTER X. DEPARTURE FROM VANCOUVER BANKS OF THE WILLAMETTE BOAT-BUILDERS- OAK ISLANDS FALLS OF THE WILLAMETTE MISSIONARIES SALMON FISHERY- INDIAN VILLA... ...nds a favourable impression of the intelligence of the royal family of these islands. One thing was certain, namely, that, in regard to personal size,... ...very indifferent foliage. The manufacture of indigo is not understood in the Sandwich Islands, although the plant flourishes so well there that it has... ...me : it may be called a lesser shampooing, and consists, as practised in the Sandwich Islands, of a gentle kneading of the limbs, which has a great te... ...to make the ascent of Mauna Kea. They were furnished with guides, among them Sandwich Jack, our bullock-driver, whose true name I believe was Dawson, ... ...ation, and scrofula. The opinion generally prevails, that the natives of the Sandwich Islands have an abundance of food, and are not exposed to any ha... ... was found to be incor- rectly placed on the charts. On the 29th, one of the Sandwich Islanders died of a severe attack of dysentery, and in the after...
 
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Title:   Narrative of the United States Exploring Expedition, During the Years 1838, 1839, 1840, 1841, 1842 : Volume 4
Author:   Wilkes, Charles, 1798-1877
Publisher:   Philadelphia; Lea and Blanchard
Volume:  Vol. 4
Language:   English
Date:   1845
Subjects:   United States Exploring Expedition (1838-1842), Antarctica, Hawaii -- Description and travel
Collections:   Canadian Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001042897
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...EW WITH THE NATIVES- RETURN TO ARATICA RESULTS OF THE BORING THEORY OF CORAL ISLANDS TIDAL OBSERVATIONS INHABITANTS OF ARATICA CANOE SPOKEN ARRIVAL AT... ... DEPARTURE FROM OAHU SICKNESS OF THE CREW OF THE PORPOISE-SEARCH FOR UNKNOWN ISLANDS-CAPE DISAPPOINTMENT BAR OF THE COLUMBIA RIVER DE- TERMINATION TO ... ...APTER X. DEPARTURE FROM VANCOUVER BANKS OF THE WILLAMETTE BOAT-BUILDERS- OAK ISLANDS FALLS OF THE WILLAMETTE MISSIONARIES SALMON FISHERY- INDIAN VILLA... ...nds a favourable impression of the intelligence of the royal family of these islands. One thing was certain, namely, that, in regard to personal size,... ...very indifferent foliage. The manufacture of indigo is not understood in the Sandwich Islands, although the plant flourishes so well there that it has... ...me : it may be called a lesser shampooing, and consists, as practised in the Sandwich Islands, of a gentle kneading of the limbs, which has a great te... ...to make the ascent of Mauna Kea. They were furnished with guides, among them Sandwich Jack, our bullock-driver, whose true name I believe was Dawson, ... ...ation, and scrofula. The opinion generally prevails, that the natives of the Sandwich Islands have an abundance of food, and are not exposed to any ha... ... was found to be incor- rectly placed on the charts. On the 29th, one of the Sandwich Islanders died of a severe attack of dysentery, and in the after...
 
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Title:   Polar Exploration
Author:   Bruce, William S. (William Speirs), 1867-1921
Publisher:   London; Williams & Norgate
Language:   English
Date:   1911
Subjects:   Arctic regions, Antarctica, Cold regions
Collections:   Canadian Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001157025
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...ON 236 INDEX 255 SOOTH POLAR CHART by W.S.Bruce, LL.D. British Miles _ ** Sandwich S.Georg* "'.Group r t, A N T 1 C res onChartrefer totanter Quarter... ...es south-eastward of Cape Horn, in the neighbourhood of the South Shetland Islands. My impressions of the circumstances are as vivid to-day as then, a... ...ring that and subsequent voyages. Sailing south-eastward from the Falkland Islands across the breezy southern ocean, we came into weather, although it... ...e about 80 miles north-east of the South 15 16 POLAR EXPLORATION Shetland Islands, the fog divided, opening up a vista at the far end of which a glea... ...am Land and Wilkes Land. It also includesmostofthe reallytypical Antarctic islands, such as South Georgia, the Sandwich Group, South Orkney or Powell ... ...ludesmostofthe reallytypical Antarctic islands, such as South Georgia, the Sandwich Group, South Orkney or Powell Islands, South Shetlands, Bouvet Isl... ...w bergs which were fringed with pale brown streaks, like a vein apparently sandwiched in their main mass," and I believe that this coloration was due ... ... a curve from Madagas- car to Bouvet Island, and from Bouvet Island to the Sandwich Group, where there is a forked connection through the South Orkney... ...filled up with coal and provisions. Her next course would be for the South Sandwich Group, and an arrange- 250 POLAR EXPLORATION ment should be made ...
 
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Title:   Report of the Scientific Results of the Voyage of S. Y. Scotia during the Years 1902, 1903, And 1904, Under the Leadership of William S. Bruce : Volume 4 : 02
Author:   Scottish National Antarctic Expedition, 1902-1904; Bruce, William S. (William Speirs), 1867-1921
Publisher:   Edinburgh; The Scottish Oceanographical Laboratory
Volume:  Vol. 4:02
Language:   English
Date:   1907
Subjects:   Scotia (Ship), Antarctica, History
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001207634
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...eddell Sea," and Mr THEODOEE E. SALVESEN'S " Whale Fisheries of the Falkland Islands and Dependencies," are published directly by the Scottish Oceanog... ...ed separately April 30, 1914.) PART XIX. THE WHALE FISHERIES OF THE FALKLAND ISLANDS AND DEPENDENCIES. By THEODORE K. SALVBSBN, F.B.8.E., Leith. (With... ...al details with the Challenger specimens from shallow water off the Falkland Islands. MICHAELSKN has suggested that this species and Paramolgula gigan... ...figs. 10 and 11.) Locality. Station 118, on hulks, Stanley Harbour, Falkland Islands. I have very little doubt that this single large specimen (measur... ...ia, where it was once found in enormous numbers, it is extinct. At the South Sandwich group it may still rarely occur : it certainly was found there i... ... when some distance off Southern Tbule Island, the southernmost of the South Sandwich group, the edge of the pack was fortunately found to trend towar... ... much-desired south. During the run from the South Orkneys towards the South Sandwich Islands the following birds were either obtained or came under n... ...e South Orkneys in search of winter-quarters. The birds observed between the Sandwich group and the Antarctic Circle were Wilson's Petrels, " Blue Pet... ...adian waters, and were seen at sea during the easterly run towards the South Sandwich group in February 1 903. After- wards, when the Scotia was proce...
 
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Title:   Narrative of the United States exploring expedition, during the years 1838, 1839, 1840, 1841, 1842; Volume: 1
Author:   Wilkes, Charles, 1798-1877
Publisher:   Philadelphia; Lea and Blanchard
Volume:  Volume: 1
Language:   English
Date:   1845
Subjects:   United States Exploring Expedition (1838-1842), Antarctica, South America -- Description and travel
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Book Id:   WPLBN0002196000
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... WHALE-SHIP-HEIGHT OF WAVES-KING GEORGE'S IS- LAND O'BRIEN'S AND ASPLAND'S ISLANDS PALMER'S LAND ADVENTURE ISLETS- GALE SEA-GULL ORDERED TO RETURN - R... ... SAC DIFFI- CULTIES WITH NATIVES-LANDING-SERLE ISLAND HONDEN SURVEYS-CORAL ISLANDS VEGETATION-BIRDS, ETC.-DISAPPOINTMENT ISLANDS-INHABITANTS WYTOOHEE-... ...ED TO KING GEORGE'S GROUP VINCENNES AND PEACOCK DIS- COVER MANHII AND AHII ISLANDS SURVEY LANDING OBSERVATIONS NATIVES- DESERTER - ECLIPSE - PEACOCK D... ..., I am satisfied, will give a faithful representation of the countries and islands, during the period ofour visit. I received every facility for obtai... ...southern Antarctic, to the southward of Powell's Group, and between it and Sandwich Land, following the track of Weddell as closely as practicable, an... ...er end of March, 1840. From the Isle of Desolation you will proceed to the Sandwich Islands, by such route as you may judge best, from the information... ...tached at Rio. UNITED STATES SHIP RELIEF. SENT HOME FROM CALLAO, BY WAY OF SANDWICH ISLANDS AND SYDNEY. A. K. LONG, R. F. PlNKNEY, A. L. CASE, JOSEPH ... ... 1839. Ord'y Seaman. Joined at Oahu ; served the*cruise. Seaman. Joined at Sandwich Islands; served the cruise. Master-at-Arms. Joined in the United S... ...ned at Sydney ; run at Oahu. Joined at Oahu ; served the cruise. Joined at Sandwich Islands; served the cruise. Joined in the United States ; run at S...
 
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Title:   Narrative of the United States Exploring Expedition, During the Years 1838, 1839, 1840, 1841, 1842 : Volume 1
Author:   Wilkes, Charles, 1798-1877
Publisher:   Philadelphia; Lea and Blanchard
Volume:  Vol. 1
Language:   English
Date:   1845
Subjects:   United States Exploring Expedition (1838-1842), Antarctica, Hawaii -- Description and travel
Collections:   Canadian Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001042894
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... WHALE-SHIP-HEIGHT OF WAVES-KING GEORGE'S IS- LAND O'BRIEN'S AND ASPLAND'S ISLANDS PALMER'S LAND ADVENTURE ISLETS- GALE SEA-GULL ORDERED TO RETURN - R... ... SAC DIFFI- CULTIES WITH NATIVES-LANDING-SERLE ISLAND HONDEN SURVEYS-CORAL ISLANDS VEGETATION-BIRDS, ETC.-DISAPPOINTMENT ISLANDS-INHABITANTS WYTOOHEE-... ...ED TO KING GEORGE'S GROUP VINCENNES AND PEACOCK DIS- COVER MANHII AND AHII ISLANDS SURVEY LANDING OBSERVATIONS NATIVES- DESERTER - ECLIPSE - PEACOCK D... ..., I am satisfied, will give a faithful representation of the countries and islands, during the period ofour visit. I received every facility for obtai... ...southern Antarctic, to the southward of Powell's Group, and between it and Sandwich Land, following the track of Weddell as closely as practicable, an... ...er end of March, 1840. From the Isle of Desolation you will proceed to the Sandwich Islands, by such route as you may judge best, from the information... ...tached at Rio. UNITED STATES SHIP RELIEF. SENT HOME FROM CALLAO, BY WAY OF SANDWICH ISLANDS AND SYDNEY. A. K. LONG, R. F. PlNKNEY, A. L. CASE, JOSEPH ... ... 1839. Ord'y Seaman. Joined at Oahu ; served the*cruise. Seaman. Joined at Sandwich Islands; served the cruise. Master-at-Arms. Joined in the United S... ...ned at Sydney ; run at Oahu. Joined at Oahu ; served the cruise. Joined at Sandwich Islands; served the cruise. Joined in the United States ; run at S...
 
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Title:   Narrative of the United States exploring expedition, during the years 1838, 1839, 1840, 1841, 1842; Volume: 2
Author:   Wilkes, Charles, 1798-1877
Publisher:   Philadelphia; Lea and Blanchard
Volume:  Volume: 2
Language:   English
Date:   1845
Subjects:   United States Exploring Expedition (1838-1842), Antarctica, South America -- Description and travel
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Book Id:   WPLBN0002196001
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...THE SAMOAN GROUP ITS HARBOURS ITS TIDES AND CURRENTS-ITS CLIMATE SIZE OF THE ISLANDS SOIL AND PRODUCTIONS OF THE GROUP ITS CULTIVATION ITS QUADRUPEDS ... ...NATIVE MISSIONARIES SELECTION OF THEM FOR THE NEW HEBRIDES POPULATION OF THE ISLANDS RELIGION OF THE HEATHEN THEIR IDEA OF THE CREATION OF A FUTURE ST... ...COND OF JANUARY DIS- APPOINTMENT BAY WATERING ON THE ICE-DIAGRAMS OF THE ICE ISLANDS TIIF.IR UTILITY VIOLENT GALE AND SNOW-STORM NARROW ESCAPE FROM ST... ... HER CRUISE RETURN TO THE EASTWARD PORPOISE STANDS TO THE NORTHWARD AUCKLAND ISLANDS PORPOISE ARRIVES AT THE BAY OF ISLANDS-CRUISE OF THE FLYING-FISHL... ...SPECTS OP THE NATIVES NATIVE DANCES MUSIC CHATHAM ISLAND CHART OF THE BAY OF ISLANDS ME. COUTHOUY'S PASSAGE FROM SYDNEY HIS ACCOUNT OF MOUNT EGMONT-OF... ...ejee Group, in April, and after exami- ning those islands, to proceed to the Sandwich Islands for provisions early in July. I state this that you may ...
 
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Title:   Narrative of the United States Exploring Expedition, During the Years 1838, 1839, 1840, 1841, 1842 : Volume 2
Author:   Wilkes, Charles, 1798-1877
Publisher:   Philadelphia; Lea and Blanchard
Volume:  Vol. 2
Language:   English
Date:   1845
Subjects:   United States Exploring Expedition (1838-1842), Antarctica, Hawaii -- Description and travel
Collections:   Canadian Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001042895
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...THE SAMOAN GROUP ITS HARBOURS ITS TIDES AND CURRENTS-ITS CLIMATE SIZE OF THE ISLANDS SOIL AND PRODUCTIONS OF THE GROUP ITS CULTIVATION ITS QUADRUPEDS ... ...NATIVE MISSIONARIES SELECTION OF THEM FOR THE NEW HEBRIDES POPULATION OF THE ISLANDS RELIGION OF THE HEATHEN THEIR IDEA OF THE CREATION OF A FUTURE ST... ...COND OF JANUARY DIS- APPOINTMENT BAY WATERING ON THE ICE-DIAGRAMS OF THE ICE ISLANDS TIIF.IR UTILITY VIOLENT GALE AND SNOW-STORM NARROW ESCAPE FROM ST... ... HER CRUISE RETURN TO THE EASTWARD PORPOISE STANDS TO THE NORTHWARD AUCKLAND ISLANDS PORPOISE ARRIVES AT THE BAY OF ISLANDS-CRUISE OF THE FLYING-FISHL... ...SPECTS OP THE NATIVES NATIVE DANCES MUSIC CHATHAM ISLAND CHART OF THE BAY OF ISLANDS ME. COUTHOUY'S PASSAGE FROM SYDNEY HIS ACCOUNT OF MOUNT EGMONT-OF... ...ejee Group, in April, and after exami- ning those islands, to proceed to the Sandwich Islands for provisions early in July. I state this that you may ...
 
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Title:   Report of the Scientific Results of the Voyage of S. Y. Scotia during the Years 1902, 1903, And 1904, Under the Leadership of William S. Bruce : Volume 6
Author:   Scottish National Antarctic Expedition, 1902-1904; Bruce, William S. (William Speirs), 1867-1921
Publisher:   Edinburgh; The Scottish Oceanographical Laboratory
Volume:  Vol. 6
Language:   English
Date:   1907
Subjects:   Scotia (Ship), Antarctica, History
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001207632
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...es, although some of the most fruitful stations, Burdwood Bank, the Falkland Islands, and Gough Island, lay just beyond its boundary. Extracting the d... ...his southern stations. Thus specimens from tropical seas from the Cape Verde Islands, from Brazil, and from St Helena are recorded alongside specimens... ... 54 25' S., 57 32' W. Campanulina chilemis, Hartlaub. PORT STANLEY, FALKLAND ISLANDS. Perigonimus repens (11) (Wright). Plumularia curvata, Jaderholm.... ...IDS OF THE SCOTTISH NATIONAL ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION. 47 ST VINCENT, CAPE VBKDE ISLANDS. Eucopella crenata (?), Hartlaub. Sertularella fusiformis ('!), H... ...crusting Polyzoon, from seaweed found on the shore at Port Stanley, Falkland Islands. January 1903. Clytia johnstoni (Alder, 1857). Of this common Eur... ... 1911. LAMY, ED., "Sur quelques Mollusques de la Georgie du Sud, et des iles Sandwich du Sud," Hull. Mus. Paris, pp. 22-27. [Natica iiigromaculata, Jo... ... IB, p. 405, fig. 3), described another species, E. bouvieri, from the South Sandwich Islands, but in view of the variations in this species described... ...l. xxiii. pp. 145-285, pis. vi.-xx. 1911s. "Sur quelques Amphipodes des lies Sandwich du Sud," Anales Mus. Nacion. Buenos Ayres, vol. xxi. pp. 403-407...
 
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Title:   The Polar and Tropical Worlds: A Description of Man and Nature in the Polar and Equatorial Regions of the Globe. Two Volumes in One
Author:   Hartwig, Georg, 1813-1880; Guernsey, Alfred Hudson, 1824-1902
Publisher:   Guelph, Ont.; J. W. Lyon
Language:   English
Date:   1874
Subjects:   Tropics, Antarctica, Arctic regions
Collections:   Canadian Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001168274
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...e Tropical "World is Wallace's work on the INIahiy Archipelago, a group of islands sur- passing in extent all the inhabitable parts of Europe, and, al... ... Skeidara by Mr. Holland. — A Night's Bivouac 98 CHAPTER VHI. THE WEST.MAN ISLANDS. The Westmans. — Their extreme Difficult}' of Access. — How they be... ...enfeld HolmeandVare.—The Sea-eagle. — The Herring- fisheries. — TheLofoten Islands. — The Cod-fisheries. — Wretched Condition of the Fishermen. — Trom... ... — Discoveries in the Sea of Bering and in the Pacific Ocean. — The Lacbow Islands. — Fossil Ivory. — New Siberia. — The wooden Mountains. — The past ... ...HE RUSSIAN FUR COMPANY — ^THE ALEUTS. Bering Sea.—Unalaska. — The Pribilow Islands. — St. Matthew.—St. Laurence.- Bering's Straits.—The Russian Fur Co... ...rated of modern manners had found but a few desert islands (South Georgia, Sandwich's Land, Southern Thule) until Smith's casual rediscovery of New So... ...nimal or plant. The Laplander has his reindeer, the Esquimau his seal, the Sandwich Islander his taro-root ; and thus also we find the natives of a gr... ...ic plant, furnishes the large Taro roots which form tlie chief food of the Sandwich Islanders, and are extensively cultivated in many other groups of ... ... of the feathers of this bird, which are worn by the ladies of rank in the Sandwich Islands, are worth several hundred dollars. Idols or mantles of th...
 
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Title:   The Polar and Tropical Worlds: A Description of Man and Nature in the Polar and Equatorial Regions of the Globe. Two Volumes in One
Author:   Hartwig, Georg, 1813-1880; A. L. Bancroft & Company. (1871); Guernsey, Alfred H. (Alfred Hudson), 1818-1902
Publisher:   San Francisco; A. L. Bancroft & Co., Printers
Language:   English
Date:   1871
Subjects:   Tropics, Arctic regions, Antarctica
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001168275
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... the Tropical World is WALLACE'S work on the Malay Archipelago, a group of islands sur- passing in extent all the inhabitable parts of Europe, and, al... ...e Skeidara by Mr. Holland. A Night's Bivouac 98 CHAPTER VIII. THE \VESTMAN ISLANDS. The Westmans. Their extreme Difficulty of Access. How they became ... ...iffenfeldHolmeand Viire. The Sea-eagle. The Herring- fisheries. TheLofoten Islands. The Cod-fisheries. Wretched Condition of the Fishermen. Tromso. Al... ...row. Discoveries in the Sea of Bering and in the Pacific Ocean. The Lachow Islands. Fossil Ivory. New Siberia. The wooden Mountains. The past Ages of ... ...SEA THE RUSSIAN FUR COMPANY THE ALEUTS. Bering Sea. Unalaska. The Pribilow Islands. St. Matthew. St. Laurence. Bering's Straits. The Russian Fur Compa... ...ated of modern mariners had found but a few desert islands (South Georgia, Sandwich's Land, Southern Thule) until Smith's casual rediscovery of New So... ...nimal or plant. The Laplander has his reindeer, the Esquimau his seal, the Sandwich Islander his taro-root ; and thus also we find the natives of a gr... ...tic plant, furnishes the large Taro roots which form the chief food of the Sandwich Islanders, and are extensively cultivated in many other groups of ... ... of the feathers of this bird, which are worn by the ladies of rank in the Sandwich Islands, are worth several hundred dollars. Idols or mantles of th...
 
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Title:   The Polar World : A Popular Description of Man and Nature in the Arctic and Antarctic Regions of the Globe
Author:   Hartwig, Georg, 1813-1880
Publisher:   New York, Harper & Brothers, Publishers
Language:   English
Date:   1869
Subjects:   Arctic regions, Antarctica, Arctic peoples
Collections:   American Libraries Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0001157026
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...he Skeidara by Mr. Holland.—A Night's Bivouac 98 CHAPTER VIII. THE WESTMAN ISLANDS. The W^estmans.—Their extreme Difficulty of Access.—How they became... ...iffenfeldHolmeand Viire.—The Sea-eagle.—The Herring- fisheries.—TheLofoten Islands.—The Cod-fisheries.—W' retched Condition of the Fishermen.—Tromso. ... ...ow.—Discoveries in the Sea of Bering and in the Pacific Ocean.—The Liichow Islands. — Fossil Ivory.—New Siberia.—The wooden Mountains.—The past Ages o... ...A—THE RUSSIAN FUR COMPANY — ^THE ALEUTS. BeringSea.—Unalaska.—The Pribilow Islands.—St. Matthew.—St. Laurence.—Bering's Straits.—The Russian Fur Compa... ...gions.—Inferiority of Climate of the former.—Its Causes.—Tlie New Shetland Islands.—South Georgia.—The Peruvian Stream.—Sea-birds.—The Gi- ant Petrel.... ...ated of modern mariners had found but a few desert islands (South Georgia, Sandwich's Laud, Southern Thule) until Smith's casual rediscovery of 'New S...
 
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Title:   Scott's Last Expedition Volume I. Being the Journals of Captain R. F. Scott, R. N., C. V. O. Volume Ii. Being the Reports of the Journeys and the Scientific Work Undertaken by Dr. E. A. Wilson and the Surviving Members of the Expedition, Arranged by Leonard Huxley; With a Preface by Sir Clements R. Markham with Photogravure Frontispieces, 6 Original Sketches in Photogravure by Dr. E. A. Wilson, 18 Coloured Plates (16 from Drawings by Dr. Wilson), 260 Full Page and Smaller Illustrations from Photographs Taken by Herbert C. Ponting and Other Members of the Expedition, Panoramas and Maps : Volume 2
Author:   Scott, Robert Falcon, 1868-1912; Huxley, Leonard, 1860-1933
Publisher:   New York; Dodd, Mead & Co., Publishers
Volume:  Volume: 2
Language:   English
Date:   1913
Subjects:   Scientific expeditions, Antarctica, Explorers
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Book Id:   WPLBN0001255516
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...he Memorial Cross A Visit to Campbell's Igloo New Zealand Reached The Nimrod Islands Tribute to the Crew 246 UNIVERSITAS ANTARCTICA! The Barrier's Flo... ...vily glaciated, hardly a rock showing, except some high cliffs^and the Lyall Islands to the westward. Heavy pack lay to the west of us, so we had to w... ...e piedmont at various places, and no doubt these exposures will be points or islands at some near period in the future. Priestley collected specimens ... ...g, with bright sun. After breakfast we started away, steering for the Dailey Islands, but we were forced to make a detour to the west to avoid rotten ... ...d intruded through the granite base so that the rocks looked like a gigantic sandwich composed of alternating yellow, black and red layers. The lower ... ...' a mass of ice filled with mud and moraine material. Many of the * doubtful islands ' marked on Polar charts no doubt originated in the same way. i9...
 
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Title:   The South Pole; An Account of the Norwegian Antarctic Expedition in the Fram, 1910-1912 : Volume 1
Author:   Amundsen, Roald, 1872-1928; Chater, Arthur G.
Publisher:   London, J. Murray; New York, L. Keedick
Volume:  Volume: 1
Language:   English
Date:   1913
Subjects:   South Pole, Antarctica, Geography
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...He rounded Cape Horn and proved that Tierra del Fuego was a great group of islands and not part ofan Antarctic continent, as many had thought. The Dut... ...igh land covered with snow. This has been assumed to be the South Shetland Islands, but the account of the voyage is open to doubt. In the seventeenth... ...The Frenchman, Marion-Dufresne, discovered, in 1772, the Marion and Crozet Islands. In the same year Joseph de Kerguelen-Tremarec another Frenchman -r... ...k received news of the discovery of Kerguelen and of the Marion and Crozet Islands. In the course of his voyage to the south Cook passed CAPTAIN COOK... ... forced to return to the north. A course was laid for the newly discovered islands Kerguelen, Marion, and the Crozets and it was proved that they had ... ...these visits. They sometimes came in for an extra tit-bit in the form of a sandwich or something of the sort. Besides which, it was a little diversion...
 
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Title:   Deuxiéme Expedition Antarctique Francaise (1908-1910)
Author:   France. Ministère de L'Éducation Nationale; Expédition Antarctique Française (2nd; 1908-1910); Charcot, Jean, 1867-1936; Joubin, Louis, 1861-1935
Publisher:   Masson
Volume:  Pycnogonides, Ostracodes Phyllopodes Anostraces Infusoires, Copepodes Parasites, Dipteres
Language:   French
Date:   1913
Subjects:   Natural history -- Antarctica, Scientific expeditions -- Antarctica, Antarctica
Collections:   Biodiversity Heritage Library Collection
Book Id:   WPLBN0000335787
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...e L. minus Hodgson, qui est une espèce circumpolaire, car on le retrouve aux Sandwich du Sud (exemplaire connnuniqué par M. Lahille) et dans les parag... ...la zone subantarctique : M. Lahille, en effet, m'a soumis un Pycnogonide des Sandwichs du Sud (1911*, 414) qui appartient sûrement à cette espèce ; l'... ...1010, p. 345-355, 1911). 1911'!. Id. — Algunos animales marines de las Isias Sandwich. Pyenogonides [Ann. Museo A'ac. Buenos-Aijres, t. XXI, p. 413, 4... ...des of Latreille, discovered in the Sea along the shores of Ihe New Shetland Islands {Boston Journ. Nat. Hist., vol. I, p. 203-200, PI. VII, 1834-1837...
 
       
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