With Byrd at the Bottom of the World: The South Pole Expedition of 1928-1930

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Stackpole Books, 1990 - History - 196 pages
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The author recounts his experiences as a sled dog handler on Byrd's first expedition to Antarctica, detailing the dangers and the historic moments.

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With Byrd at the bottom of the world: the South Pole expedition of 1928-1930

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A fascinating account of a Harvard dropout who became dog handler on Byrd's 1928-30 expedition to Antarctica. Vaughan has many interesting anecdotes of a life that has been full and varied, as ... Read full review

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I was fascinated by the accounts of their expedition to explore the South Pole. Admiral Byrd even named a Mountain after Norman, Mt Vaughan. I was swept away to anothera time and place! Read full review

Contents

Prologue
1
Three Musketeers
13
The Black Gang
21
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

D. Randy Garrison is a professor and director of the Teaching & Learning Centre at the University of Calgary.

Norman D. Vaughan is an instructor and coordinator of the blended learning support program at the University of Calgary.

Cecil Murphey is the author of articles in Writer's Digest, Christianity Today, Charisma, Ministry, and These Days, among others, and author of the Dictionary of Christian Marriage, Dictionary of Biblical Literacy, and Gifted hands.

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