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by Otto Sverdrup,Fridtjof Nansen

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Otto Sverdrup,Fridtjof Nansen
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A smoke in the galley of the Fram250 Sunset off the North coast of Asia, North of the mouth of the Chatanga (September 12, 1893)232

Being the Record of a Voyage of Exploration of the Ship Fram 1893–96 and of a Fifteen Months’ Sleigh Journey by Dr. Nansen and Lieut. By Dr. Fridtjof Nansen. A smoke in the galley of the Fram250. The saloon was converted into a reading-room252. Scott-Hansen and Johansen inspecting the barometersFacing p. 254. Dr. Blessing in his cabin257. I let loose some of the dogs263. Sunset off the North coast of Asia, North of the mouth of the Chatanga (September 12, 1893)232. IV. Off the edge of the ic. Gathering storm (September 14, 1893)290. V. Evening among the drift-ice (September 22, 1893)304.

TY - BOOK TI - Farthest north . expand v. 1 (1897) view volume.

TY - BOOK TI - Farthest north; being the record of a voyage of exploration of the ship "Fram" 1893-96, and of a fifteen months' sleigh journey by Dr.

Nansen, Fridtjof, 1861-1930. Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of California and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Translation of: Fram over Polhavet Appendix: Report of Captain Otto Sverdrup. on the drifting of the "Fram" from March 14, 1895 Special Collection copy part of: Ferdinand Bach Collection of Native American Materials. MoreLess Show More Show Less.

Nansen was quite eloquent and seemed a bit of a romantic as well.

by Dr. Fridtjof Nansen (Author). Nansen was quite eloquent and seemed a bit of a romantic as well. What a great book, recommended for the advanced polar reader. The great explorer Fridtjof Nansen left Norway in 1893 on the Fram, a ship especially designed to withstand the pressure of the frozen northern sea. Nansen's intention was to drift, locked in the ice, to the North Pole. Eventually, he determines that his theory of drifting to his destination will not be possible, so he and another crewman leave the ship and continue towards the Pole by dogsled.

Fram' 1893-1896 Vo. Fridtjof Nansen With an Appendix by Otto Sverdrup Captain of the Fram. This ice is of a wonderful nature.

Fram' 1893-1896 Vol. . The strength of our people now dwindled away, and centuries elapsed before explorers once more sought the northern seas.

Fridtjof Nansen made early contributions to neuron doctrine and was the discoverer of.Nansens history of polar exploration is certainly a great read.

Fridtjof Nansen made early contributions to neuron doctrine and was the discoverer of "dead water. He won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1922 for his work as a high commissioner of the League of Nations. This is history, not a novel.

Johansen (1897) (14595409019). DescriptionFarthest north; being the record of a voyage of exploration of the ship "Fram" 1893-96, and of a fifteen months' sleigh journey by Dr. Johansen (1897) (14595409019). Text Appearing Before Image: Th£ Edmburgt. GeograpHcaT Institule Johfl ^^X^yip^rrmen^ &.

English translation of "Fram over polhavet, den norske polarfaerd 1893-96," the narrative based on Nansen's investigation of the polar basin north of Eurasia by drifting in the ice currents from the New Siberian Islands.

English translation of "Fram over polhavet, den norske polarfaerd 1893-96," the narrative based on Nansen's investigation of the polar basin north of Eurasia by drifting in the ice currents from the New Siberian Islands northwest toward the Pole; "every detail. was worked out by Nansen himself and went absolutely according to plan" (PMM 384). Arctic Bibliography 11983.

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