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Marooned in the Arctic

Richard Pearce

Marooned in the Arctic

diary of the Dominion Explorers" Expedition to the Arctic, August to December, 1929

by Richard Pearce

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  • 36 Currently reading

Published by s.n. in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • MacAlpine expedition,
  • Prospecting,
  • Discovery and exploration,
  • Canadian

  • Edition Notes

    94 01 21

    Statementwritten and compiled by Richard Pearce
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsFC 3963 P35 1931
    The Physical Object
    Pagination71 p. :
    Number of Pages71
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26556959M

    Marooned in the Arctic: The True Story of Ada Blackjack, the "Female Robinson Crusoe": Caravantes, Peggy: Books - (4). Marooned is a science fiction thriller novel by Martin Caidin, about a manned spacecraft stranded in earth orbit, oxygen running out, and only an experimental craft available to attempt a rescue.A film based on the novel led Caidin to prepare a revised version of it in The film was released in , four months after the Apollo 11 mission, with the revised novel hitting book stores Author: Martin Caidin.

      Being marooned in the icy brutality of the Arctic has rendered Ananov's mind a gelid mass of fear and uncertainty. He does not want to be devoured and digested by a . When travel writer Lawrence Millman and his Inuit companions set out for an uncharted island off the coast of the Canadian Arctic, their engine on their boat dies and they find themselves marooned. So Millman does what every self-respecting adventurer would do - he sets out to explore. Here, in this short-form book, is his dramatic story of.

    Beyond MAROONED IN THE ARCTIC's pedestrian opening sentence ("Ada Delutuk was born on , in the remote settlement of Spruce Creek, eight miles from the small village of Solomon, Alaska") awaits all the bravery, bravado, and tragedy of arctic exploration's Heroic Age. By the second page, Ada has already led her tubercular son, Bennett, on a mile trek across Alaska's backcountry. Cover title: Marooned in the Arctic, the diary of the MacAlpine Aerial Expedition, Description: 71 pages, 6 leaves of plates: illustrations, map ; 24 cm: Other Titles: Diary of the Dominion Explorers' Expedition to the Arctic, August to December Diary of .


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