Arctic Explorers

by Elbert Hubbard

Publisher: Kessinger Publishing

Written in English
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The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages48
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11862692M
ISBN 101425341500
ISBN 109781425341503

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  A year later, British explorer Wally Herbert became the first, confirmed person to walk to the pole as part of an epic, 3,mile crossing of the Arctic Ocean.

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Books shelved as polar-exploration: The Worst Journey in the World by Apsley Cherry-Garrard, Endurance: Shackleton's Incredible Voyage by Alfred Lansing. This is the conclusion David H. Stam reaches with “Adventures in Polar Reading,” a collection of academic papers about the books explorers took with them when diving deep into Arctic.

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As a History Presenter and Assistant Expedition Leader with Quark Expeditions, I’ve read endless books on the Polar Regions—especially books about the heroic individuals who explored the Arctic and Antarctic so long ago. Here, in descending order, are my Top 10 Best Books about Polar Explorers. ‎The stories of the first explorers of the Arctic and the North Pole have always been somewhat overshadowed by the famous and tragic race for the South Pole a decade later.

In truth the story is no less riveting to the reader, in terms of bravery, resilience and determination. What is mor. Many 19th century explorers, whalers and sealers knew about Antarctica, but due to it’s remoteness and the dangers of the surrounding Antarctic Ocean, it was largely ignored.

James Clark Ross thought the land was worth exploring and, between andhe took two ships, the HMS Erebus and the HMS Terror, farther south than any man had.

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Bound in sturdy finely woven gray cloth stamped brightly in silver and black on the front boards and on the spine. With a drawing of explorers on ice floes at the top of the front boards. With heavy flecking to the boards and wear to the top and bottom of the spine ends.

Polar explorers were the superstars of the “heroic age” of exploration, a period spanning the Victorian and Edwardian eras.

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The tables are turned on this episode as radio host Kevin Fox interviews Michael Robinson about the history of American Arctic exploration. The disappearance of the Franklin Expedition in turned the Arctic into an object of fascination.

By the end of the century, it had become an “Arctic Fever”—and the explorers gods among men. John Huston: Polar explorer, motivational speaker, consultant, & guide. First American expedition to reach the North Pole unsupported. InExplorers Set Sail To Solve Arctic Mystery, Once And For All In the Kingdom of Ice tells the story of a "grand and terrible" 19th-century expedition into uncharted Arctic the.

Fridtjof Nansen, (born OctoStore-Frøen, near Kristiania [now Oslo], Norway—diedLysaker, near Oslo), Norwegian explorer, oceanographer, statesman, and humanitarian who led a number of expeditions to the Arctic (,–96) and oceanographic expeditions in the North Atlantic (, –14).In Philosophy for Polar Explorers, Erling Kagge, renowned explorer and acclaimed author of Silence and Walking, provides a thoughtful and eloquent meditation on adventure and discovery.

Erling Kagge is one of the world’s most accomplished explorers. He was the first to conquer all three poles on foot, by climbing Mount Everest and walking to the North and South Poles.

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