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" I propose that the expedition should leave the ship in the course of the month of April, when the ice would present one hard and unbroken surface, over which, as I confidently believe, it would not be difficult to make good thirty miles per day without... "
The Arctic Problem and Narrative of the Peary Relief Expedition of the ... - Página 51
por Angelo Heilprin - 1893 - 165 páginas
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Voyages of Discovery & Research Within the Arctic Regions, from the Year ...

Sir John Barrow - 1846 - 359 páginas
...well as in magnetic, astronomical, and meteorological observations of high interest in that latitude. I propose that the expedition should leave the ship...might form a part of the plan to push out supplies previously, to the distance of one hundred miles, to be taken up on the way, 'so as to commence the...
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Sir John Franklin and The Arctic Regions

P.L. Simmonds - 1852
...well as in magnetic, astronomical, and meteorological observations, of high interest in that latitude. I propose that the expedition should leave the ship...without any exposure to wet, and probably without snow blindness. At this season, too, the ice would probably be stationary, and thus the two great difficulties...
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A Collection of Documents of Spitzbergen & Greenland

Adam White - 1855 - 288 páginas
...well as in magnetic, astronomical, and meteorological observations of high interest in that latitude. I propose that the expedition should leave the ship...might form a part of the plan to push out supplies previously to the distance of a hundred miles, to be taken up on the way, so as to commence the journey...
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The Arctic regions. To which is added, the recovery of the Resolute. With ...

Peter Lund Simmonds - 1860
...well as in magnetic, astronomical, and meteorological observations, of high interest in that latitude. I propose that the expedition should leave the ship...without any exposure to wet, and probably without snow blindness. At this season, too, the ice would probably be stationary, and thus the two great difficulties...
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The Arctic Regions, and Polar Discoveries During the Nineteenth Century ...

Peter Lund Simmonds - 1860 - 294 páginas
...observations, of high interest in that latitude. I propose that the expedition should leave the shipin the course of the month of April, when the ice would...without any exposure to wet, and probably without snow blindness. At this season, too, the ice would probably be stationary, and thus the two great difficulties...
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The Arctic regions. To which is added, the recovery of the Resolute. With an ...

Peter Lund Simmonds - 1875
...leave the ship in the course of the month of April, when the ice vrould present one hard and nnbroken surface, over which, as I confidently believe, it...without any exposure to wet, and probably without snow blindness. At this season, too, the ice would probably be stationary, and thus the two great difficulties...
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Educational News, Volumen10

Albert Newton Raub - 1894
...the course of the month of April, when the ice would present one hard, unbroken surface, over which it would not be difficult to make good thirty miles per day. At this season the ice would probably be stationary. The intention would be to complete the enterprise...
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Arctic Explorations and Discoveries During the Nineteenth Century: Being ...

Samuel Mosheim Smucker - 1886 - 640 páginas
...well as in magnetic, astronomical, and meteorological observations, of high interest in that latitude. I propose that the expedition should leave the ship...without any exposure to wet, and probably without snow blindness. At this season, too, the ice would probably be stationary, and thus the two great difficulties...
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McClure's Magazine

1894
...the course of the month of April, when the ice would present one hard, unbroken surface, over which it would not be difficult to make good thirty miles per day. At this season the ice would probably be stationary. The intention would be to complete the enterprise...
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The Search for the North Pole

Evelyn Briggs Baldwin - 1896 - 520 páginas
...interest in that latitude. I propose that the expedition should leave the ship in the course of the mouth of April, when the ice would present one hard and...might form a part of the plan to push out supplies previously, to the distance of 100 miles, to be taken up on the way, so as to commence the journey...
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