ARCTIC AND ANTARCTIC EXPLORERS

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George Back
George Back
George Back

George Back

7 Pins
Arctic explorer and Nobel Laureate Fridtjof Nansen
Fridtjof Nansen. Norwegian Arctic explorer, gentleman and creator of the "Nansen passport". His work repatriating refugees is inspiring.
Fridjotf Nansen

Fridtjof Nansen

4 Pins
Francis Leopold McClintock

Leopold McClintock

9 Pins
Dr John Richardson
Dr. John RIchardson
Dr John RIchardson

John Richardson

4 Pins
James Clark Ross
Trade card James Clark Ross

James Clark Ross

17 Pins

William Edward Parry

17 Pins
John Ross
John Ross
John Ross

John Ross

12 Pins
John Rae
This creative nonfiction biography of the celebrated Arctic explorer Dr. John Rae begins in 1854 when, on a mapping expedition to the Boothia Peninsula, Rae discovers the missing link in the Northwest Passage. On the same trip, a chance encounter with an Inuit hunter leads him to uncover the tragic fate that befell the officers and crew of the long-missing Franklin Expedition when, starving on the ice, they resorted to cannibalism. When the Scottish-born scientist and Hudson’s Bay Company Chief

John Rae

30 Pins
Arctic Explorers, Messages, Antarctic, Arctic, Explore
an old black and white photo of a man
Richard Collinson
an old black and white photo of a man
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an old black and white photo of a man with a beard
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an old black and white photo of men with hats on sitting in front of a rock formation
1881-92 Peary polar party
an old black and white photo of a man in a suit with the caption dr john rae
an old drawing of a man in uniform with his arms crossed and looking at the camera
an old drawing of a man in uniform with his arms crossed and looking at the camera
an old black and white photo of a native american woman with fur on her shoulders
inuit
los que habitan el hielo
an old black and white photo of a man with glasses on his face wearing a fur coat
NOTE DE L'HOTEL
snow goggles
an old black and white photo of a man in a suit
Joseph Dalton Hooker: Biography of British Botanist - Supported by Netticasinot
This image is believed to be the last photograph ever taken of Sir J.D. Hooker, June 3rd 1911. (© The Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.).