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The North-West passage, and the plans for the search for Sir John Franklin

a review with maps

by John Brown

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Published by E. Stanford in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby John Brown
SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 47997, CIHM/ICMH microfiche series -- no. 47997
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination7 microfiches (300 fr.)
Number of Pages300
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24639311M
ISBN 100665479972

  The doomed voyage of Sir John Franklin to the Northwest Arctic Passage was one of the greatest disasters of British polar history, ending in the deaths of : Eleanor Langford.   John Franklin (pictured) was a British Royal Navy officer and explorer of the Arctic. He led the expedition to search for the fabled Northwest Passage, which ended in disaster.

The steamer sailed from Southampton in and headed for the North West Passage. The young party of sailors were put together by Sir Allen Young in the hope that the yacht would be able to break through the ice-bound North West Passage in one season and maybe uncover further details of the fate of Captain Franklin, who had died there in   In , the British officer Sir John Franklin tried to sail the route that the CCGS Amundsen plans to take in the coming days. Franklin was frozen near today’s Queen Maud Gulf, whose shallow.

The North-West Passage and the Plans for the Search for Sir John Franklin; A Review with Maps, &C: ISBN () Softcover, General Books LLC, Sixty Years' Gleanings From Life's Harvest: A Genuine Autobiography (). The North-West Passage, and the Plans for the Search for Sir John Franklin () by BROWN‎ (4 F) The Polar Sea () ‎ (26 F) The romance of polar exploration () ‎ (33 F).


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Brown, John, North-west passage and the plans for the search for Sir John Franklin. London, E. Stanford, (OCoLC) Named Person: John Franklin; John Franklin: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: John Brown.

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Stanford, Preview this book The North-West Passage and the Plans for the Search for Sir John Franklin John Brown Limited preview - Lost in the ice of the Arctic only to reappear again in open ocean in Septthe HMS Resolute would first venture to America, then returned to the Royal Navy, and again back to the Arctic.

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Inthe Franklin expedition’s two ships, H.M.S. Erebus and H.M.S. Terror, disappeared with all their crew while searching for the Northwest Passage. Their fate. A statue of Franklin in his home town bears the inscription "Sir John Franklin – Discoverer of the North West Passage", and statues of Franklin outside the Athenaeum in London and in Tasmania bear similar inscriptions.

Although the expedition's fate, including the possibility of cannibalism, was widely reported and debated, Franklin's. The Northwest Passage (NWP) is the sea route to the Pacific Ocean through the Arctic Ocean, along the northern coast of North America via waterways through the Canadian Arctic Archipelago.

The eastern route along the Arctic coasts of Norway and Siberia is accordingly called the Northeast Passage (NEP). The various islands of the archipelago are separated from one.

Buy The North-West Passage, and the Plans for the Search for Sir John Franklin. a Review. with Maps. by John Brown, John Franklin from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: For centuries the Northwest Passage seemed little more than a mirage.

John Cabot urged his ships into the unknown in and to find it, but. Popular hero Sir John Franklin leads an expedition to find the fabled North West Passage route from Europe to the Orient. The chances of success are greater than they have ever been. Letters arrive home in England brought by a supply ship that accompanied the two expedition ships to Greenland before returning.

The long-lost ship of British polar explorer Sir John Franklin, HMS Terror, has been found in pristine condition at the bottom of an Arctic bay, researchers have said, in a discovery that.

InSir John Franklin set out with two ships to chart the Northwest Passage. He and his crew were never heard from again. Until their belongings began turning up on the Canadian : LEANNE SHAPTON.

Sir John Ross CB (24 June – 30 August ) was a British Royal Navy officer and Polar explorer. He was the uncle of Sir James Clark Ross, who explored the Arctic with him, and later led expeditions to Antarctica. Naval career.

Arctic expeditions. First Arctic expedition. Second Arctic : Order of the Bath, Order of the Polar Star. Now, having finally located it, he tells Robin McKie what the find may reveal about the doomed expedition to discover the North West Passage Robin McKie Sat 1 Nov EDT Last modified on.

Winding your way through the icy channels of the legendary Northwest Passage is history brought to life. On this compelling day journey aboard our game-changing new vessel Ultramarine, passengers retrace the steps of the intrepid Franklin Expedition, which left the shores of England in in search of the last unexplored section of the Northwest Passage—only to become.

Join us on an expedition to the northernmost parts of the world on a Northwest Passage cruise. Enjoy the unique & comfortable accommodations aboard small cruise ships with hardened hulls like the Ocean Endeavor, Kapitan Khlebnikov or the luxurious Le Soleal, Le Boreal, or L'Austral that boldly push through the frigid waters connecting the Atlantic and Pacific s: The North-West Passage and the Plans for the Search of Sir John Franklin () McClintock reports finding the Cairn and Bodies () The North-West Passage and () Amundsen's Claim in the North-West Passage ().

There is a great irony in the relationship between John Rae and Sir John Franklin. Their names will forever remain synonymous with the history of Arctic exploration, but Ken McGoogan’s new book Fatal Passage attempts to set the record straight.

Both men were explorers, Rae with the Hudson’s Bay Company and Franklin with the Royal Navy. Sir John Franklin and the Arctic regions, a narrative showing the progress of British enterprise for the discovery of the North-west passage during the nineteenth century: Author: Peter Lund Simmonds: Edition: 9: Published: Original from: Oxford University: Digitized: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.By April24 men were dead, including Franklin himself.

The rest had abandoned the ships. In a terse statement stuffed into a cairn on King William Island, the expedition’s new commander, Francis Crozier, noted that he and others were heading out on foot for the Back River, perhaps to find better hunting, or possibly hoping to reach a fur-trading outpost more than miles away.John Brown, F.R.G.S.

(), The North-West Passage and the Plans for the Search for Sir John Franklin: A Review with maps, &c., Second Edition with a Sequel Including the Voyage of the Fox, London, E. Stanford, Berton, Pierre (). The Arctic Grail: The Quest for the Northwest Passage and The North Pole, – Toronto: McLelland Mort: 11 de juny de (als 61 anys), prop de .