3 edition of The Arctic dispatches containing an account of the discovery of the Northwest Passage. found in the catalog.
The Arctic dispatches containing an account of the discovery of the Northwest Passage.
Sir Robert McClure
|Statement||By Captain Robert MacClure ; with a narrative of proceedings of H.M.S. Resolute, Capt. Kellet, C.B. ; and the dispatches of Capt. Sir Edward Belcher, C.B., Capt. Inglefield, and Commr. Pullen ...|
|Series||Western Americana, 1550-1900 -- reel 340, no. 3361.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 leaves, 111 p. :|
|Number of Pages||111|
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[Robert John Le Mesurier McClure, Sir]. Full text of " The Arctic dispatches: containing an account of the discovery of the North-West Passage " See other formats Cornell University Library The original of this book is in the. The Arctic dispatches: containing an account of the discovery of the North-West Passage / By Sir Robert John Le Mesurier McClure.
Abstract. Reprinted from the Nautical vation of access: Internet. First published inThe Discovery of a Northwest Passage is comprised of McClure’s logs and journals from his time in the Arctic from to What began as a joint venture between commanding captain Richard Collinson of the Enterprise and Captain McClure, as his subordinate on the Investigator, became a solitary expedition.
Supplement to the appendix of Captain Parry's voyage for the discovery of a north-west passage in the years containing an account of the subjects of natural history. Related Titles. Series: CIHM/ICMH microfiche series ; no. The Arctic dispatches: containing an account of the discovery of the North-West passage / by Robert Maclure McClure, Robert John Le Mesurier Sir, [ Book, Microform: ] View online (access conditions) At 2 libraries.
Arctic - Arctic - The Northwest Passage: The search for the Northwest Passage may be said to have begun with the European discovery of America, for the voyages of Jacques Cartier and his successors to the St. Lawrence and John Cabot and the brothers Gaspar and Miguel Corte-Real to Newfoundland and Labrador were all undertaken with the aim of finding the passage.
PPME Block 5 The Arctic. Terms in this set (19) ______________ made the discovery of a Northwest Passage a priority for early explorers. Until the mid-______________ century, virtually all of the Arctic's population was limited to settlements of indigenous people; today it is only around 10 percent.
Sir John Franklin led an expedition to discover a Northwest Passage ______________. with two ships that used the latest technical innovations. As the highest level international forum on the Arctic, the Arctic Council's highest mandate is to settle military matters and to enforce cooperative security initiatives.
Page - There appeared to have been an abundant stock of ammunition, as the powder was emptied in a heap on the ground by the natives out of the kegs or cases containing it ; and a quantity of ball and shot was found below high-water mark, having probably been left on the ice close to the beach.
Stein’s book is effectively a counterpart for the Investigator to William Barr’s similarly groundbreaking account of the Enterprise’s voyage, Arctic Hell Ship (University of Alberta Press, ).
Both authors have been faced with the same problem in writing about two exceptionally acrimonious voyages: a conundrum of : Russell Potter. Resolute: The Epic Search for the Northwest Passage and John Franklin, and the Discovery of the Queen's Ghost Ship gives a good overview of the history of exploration in the Arctic.
Many were certain there was an open sea at the top of the world, just a matter of finding it.4/5. The literature of Arctic exploration teems with exciting stories of hardship, valor, conflict and mystery. There are three distinct periods of exploration: the quest for the Northwest Passage by the British Navy, the year search for the lost Franklin Expedition and the attempts to /5(69).
The song tells the story of Mr. Rogers longing to take the Northwest Passage (a route that started in Canada's section of the Arctic Ocean, went through the Pacific Ocean and ended in Asia). This was apparently a perilous journey that many men search and died for until it was finally Northwest Passage is a 12 x 9 hardcover children's book that is illustrated by Matt James/5.
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Arctic Spectacles: The Frozen North in Visual Culture. Seattle: University of Washington Press. ISBN CS1 maint: ref=harv ; Sandler, Martin (). Resolute: The Epic Search for the Northwest Passage and John Franklin, and the Discovery of the Queen's Ghost Ship. New York: Sterling Publishing Co.
ISBN Arctic Dispatches: Containing an Account of the Discovery of the North-West Passage [?]. Lieutenant S. Gurney Cresswell (Verne: ‘Creswel’) (–), author of Series of Eight Sketches in Colour (together with a Chart of the Route) during the Discovery of the North-West Passage ().
McClure, Cresswell, and their crew were the ﬁrst to. The Englishman Martin Frobisher made three voyages in search of the Northwest Passage in the late s. He didn’t find it. “He discovered some straits, pretended to find a lot more,” Fowler. A supplement to the appendix of Captain Parry's voyage for the discovery of a north-west passage, in the years containing an account of the subjects of natural history.
First published inThe Discovery of a Northwest Passage is comprised of McClure’s logs and journals from his time in the Arctic from to What began as a joint venture between commanding captain Richard Collinson of the Enterprise and Captain McClure, as his subordinate on the Investigator, became a solitary : Touchwood Editions.
Journal of a Voyage for the Discovery of a North-west Passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific: Performed in the Yearsin His Majesty's Ships Hecla and Griper, Under the Orders of William Edward Parry ; with an Appendix, Containing the Scientific and.
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Quark Expeditions Guide Phil Wickens shares why travelers want to go to the Northwest Passage. Learn more about our Northwest Passage voyages ⇨ Early voyages for the Northwest Passage include three by the Elizabethan, Martin Frobisher.
But after the harrowing experiences of Luke Foxe and Thomas James in the s, the search for a passage would not begin again for nearly years.
The search for a Northwest Passage began in the late 15th. Granted, it was more than 40 years ago -- but the voyage of the leviathan oil tanker Manhattan through the Northwest Passage in launched the American rush to Arctic resources.
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Since then, more people have stood on the summit of Everest than have traversed the passage by water. Although Arctic ice is retreating, transits remain at the whim of capricious weather, legal permits and glaciers that formed millennia ago.
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Hello there. The man who made four trips to the Arctic to find the Northwest Passage and instead found North America's largest bay was The man who made four trips to the Arctic to find the Northwest Passage and instead found North America's largest bay was "Henry Hudson".Answer: Henry Hudson.
This copy of the first account of Frobisher's three voyages is by George Best, who sailed with him, is extremely rare in that it contains the two maps. These maps were published in Best’s A True Discourse of the Late Voyages of Discoverie ().
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"A supplement to the appendix, containing an account of the subjects of natural history, was published in London in "--Hill coll., p. UC San Diego. Hill Coll. Englishman William Edward Parry's journal of his voyage for the discovery of a North-west passage through the Canadian Arctic in the years '20 aboard the ships Hecla and Griper.
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R. M'Clure, Robert John Le Mesurier Sir McClure.Discovery locations of human remains found on King William Island and Adelaide Peninsula attributed to the Franklin northwest passage expedition; Fig.
2. Locations of two graves found by the Schwatka expedition at Two Grave Bay in July Number ‘6’ is Le Vesconte Point. (Library and Archives Canada, Acc.
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