5 edition of The first book of the Antarctic found in the catalog.
The first book of the Antarctic
Joseph Bryan Icenhower
Describes the geography, wildlife, and exploration of Antarctica and the way of life of scientists conducting research on that icy continent.
|Statement||by Joseph B. Icenhower.|
|LC Classifications||G860 .I25 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||66|
|LC Control Number||78162310|
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This is widely regarded as being the best Antarctic book ever written, and by some - the best travel book ever written. Never out of print since first published in 'Cherry' was the 2nd youngest and one of the bravest on Captain Scott's famously fatal expedition of to be the first to reach the South Pole.
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Book is published by Franklin Watts Inc. in the USA. Writing publication page indicates a 7th printing book. The book has 67 paginated pages. The book includes: Illustrations Index dir="ltr">The cover has wear and edgewear especially at corners. Book has been Rating: % positive. The book brings together for the first time all of Mawson’s descriptive writings while in the Antarctic, including his refusal to join the ill-fated Scott expedition in.
Get this from a library. The first book of the Antarctic. [Joseph Bryan Icenhower; Rus Anderson] -- A member of a Navy expedition to the Anarctic writes of the climate, animal life, and scientific value of the region.
Quarto, bound in full (Heart of the Antarctic) and half (Antarctic Book) vellum, top edges gilt. First and only edition of The Antarctic Book, with the signatures of every member of the party, including Ernest Shackleton.
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First and only edition of The Antarctic Book, with the signatures of every member of the shore party, including Shackleton. With 16 mounted color plates, photographic frontispieces, and over additional illustrations, including drawings and photographic plates.
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It was the first I read from Kim Stanley Robinson, and I think this was the third time I have read it. The book mixes a lot of historical facts about Antarctica with very believable fictional plot and group of characters-very well done.
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Aurora Australis was written during the British Imperial Antarctic Expedition or the Nimrod Expedition (–09) led by Ernest ed entirely by members of the expedition, the book was edited by Shackleton, illustrated with lithographs and etchings by George Marston, printed by Ernest Joyce and Frank Wild, and bound by Bernard Day.
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When the sunny days arrive, a burst of new life begins. A mother Weddell seal finds a safe spot on the surface of the ice to have her baby.
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